Romney DESTROYED GOP Rivals in Primary But Rebukes PAC Attacks on Obama

Mitt Romney repudiates attack ads linking Obama to his mentor, Reverend Wright.

Well this is certainly disappointing.
Mitt Romney was notorious for destroying his Republican rivals in the primaries this year. Romney spent $14 million in his assault on Newt Gingrich in Florida alone.

But that was the old Mitt.
Meet the new Mitt. Kinder. Gentler.
Mitt Romney denounced the planned PAC attacks against Barack Obama today.
Townhall reported:
In an exclusive interview with Townhall, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney rebuked a conservative group that is reportedly planning to assail President Obama over his 20-year relationship with controversial Chicago pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright:

I repudiate the effort by that PAC to promote an ad strategy of the nature they’ve described. I would like to see this campaign focus on the economy, on getting people back to work, on seeing rising incomes and growing prosperity — particularly for those in the middle class of America. And I think what we’ve seen so far from the Obama campaign is a campaign of character assassination. I hope that isn’t the course of this campaign. So in regards to that PAC, I repudiate what they’re thinking about … It’s interesting that we’re talking about some Republican PAC that wants to go after the president [on Wright]; I hope people also are looking at what he’s doing, and saying ‘why is he running an attack campaign? Why isn’t he talking about his record?'”

UPDATE: Mark Levin slammed Mitt Romney for savaging Newt yet pulling back against Obama with Rev. Wright – Levin is livid over the fact that Romney repudiated anything to do with bringing up Rev. Wright in this campaign even though in the primaries he went full throttle against Newt Gingrich, even with false attack ads.

Get news like this in your Facebook News Feed,
Gateway Pundit

Commenting Policy

Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned. As a privately owned website, we reserve the right to remove any comment and ban any user at any time.

Comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal or abusive attacks on other users may be removed and result in a ban.

Facebook Comments

Disqus Comments

  • FurryGuy

    Hey, lookie there! McCain II.

  • Dan C

    Romney only smears conservatives!!!! Didnt you all know that?

    Yet another reason why I am staying home in November. If this is what the party wants, a liberal statist who smears conservatives, and protects Obama’s radical ties, then the party is not for me. Call me when an actual conservative reformer is nominated.

  • Redwine

    Insane. Being nice to Comrade Barry Hussein is mainly what killed off the McCain candidacy. Mitt needs to stop being nice to the thug tyrant in the WH and support the PAC.

  • bg


    flashback to 2004: George W. Bush.. the last
    American President chosen by “we the people”..


  • Redwine

    Dan @2 – So you want to re-elect the commie bastard to finish his destruction of America. Brilliant.

    Romney wasn’t my choice either, but he’s not a pro-Islamist Marxist and isn’t hell-bent on destroying the country. If you sit out the election, you are joining those who want to ensure that destruction.

  • chewydog

    I would like to see this campaign focus on the economy, on getting people back to work, on seeing rising incomes and growing prosperity — particularly for those in the middle class of America.

    Nice list. But one would have to get elected first to accomplish it.

  • Jenny

    Romney sucks – McCain redux. A pox on both of these first class wimps.

  • luckyone

    He better start setting his hair on fire.

  • Patty

    Romney can rebuke and not be on board. But the Super Pac can do whatever they want.

    He did attack others and I thought it was because they attacked him. Now, to be wishy washy is one thing. But I will bet when the Obama Machine is running on full throttle, then will we see how Romney thinks.

    THIS IS THE BIGGEST ELECTION IN OUR LIFETIME. We don’t want the prescription for medicine that will eventually kill us. We have learned from on of the most self-serving administration in our life.

    Economy is not on high speed, our nation’s rating has been downgrade. Green energy is not working and even though Romney will drill and will eliminated the failures under Obama, Obama is still the incumbent and has more money to attack worse than Romney did in Primaries.

    I don’t wish for another McCain. Nice want get it when you are being attacked by Obama.

    Romney wants to keep focusing on Economy and Jobs, nice, but Romney is going to be crushed by Obama machine. And if we lose, I feel Romney did it to himself but he is saying this because he doesn’t want to be connected with these attacks. That’s is funny.

  • Gary

    Come on. That’s the Romney m.o. You should recognize it by now.
    Remember the attack ads on Gingrich. He called on them to drop their ads in the debate. But you know he was aware of the ads before they ran.

    It’s not McCain. He’s going to do all the dirty fighting through the PAC and then rise above it in his personal campaigning. Nothing new about this.

    Anyway, Romney’s up in the polls, Obama’s down. Everything they’ve thrown at our side in the last couple months has backfired miserably from Sandra Fluke to War on Women to Romney’s dog to Romney the bully to Romney the homophobe. In case anybody hasn’t heard, the DNC is having their convention in Charlotte, NC, my home state, where gay marriage was just voted down in a referendum the very week that Obama endorsed it.

    Just calm down. We’re going to win this thing.

  • Sam Stone

    Thats a good move, plausible deniability.

  • Patty

    Nice won’t get it not want get it


  • I’m perhaps the lone dissenter here, or perhaps in the minority — I’m glad he’s staying out of it. Let the new media and pacs get the dirt out while he hammers obama on his record. In the end, I don’t see him backing off the dirt that is dug up, but he’s just not entering into the fray right now.

    Ya’ll need to calm down.

  • Gary

    Sam 11, Lady 13


  • Skinner

    Oh please – this is all part of the campaign strategy – the Romney team knows how to play very well and having Mitt publicly state this is simple and powerful messaging.

    Romney didn’t “attack” the PAC ads, he used it as an opportunity to craft the economic and jobs message.

    Romney is McCain? Nonsense!

    How will Obama’s handlers reply to this? They have to commend Romney!

    Landslide defeat of Obama on the horizon.

  • StrangernFiction


    “I think [Obama] is great.” — Matt Romney

  • Patty

    Pac ads are going to run over and over. Americans do need to be aware of Obama and his friends. We were denied this during the 2008 elections. Cover ups and Media tingles.

    We have learned that we won’t be deprived from getting our voices heard. And Super Pacs are doing this for those of us who have wanted this information to come out. And come out it will. Romney is not president yet.

    Hopefully, he want use Obama has an example and be some dictator or his this the first evidence of it. I certainly hope not, he can be Mr. Nice guy but sorry, Super Pac doesn’t care they will do this with or without Romney Approval.

  • Redwine

    OT – “Republicans’ Capitol Hill offices being burgled: An inside job?”

  • Gary

    Skinner 15

  • Patty

    Again, WON’T NOT WANT


  • Jenny

    I hope I’m wrong about Romney, but he’s not done anything yet to raise my tepid confidence in him.

  • listingstarboard

    So what happens when the Super PAC wimps out too, cuz you know they will. The reluctance of Republicans to shove it back in the face of Democrats is why I remain an Independent. Freaking wussies.

  • karenc

    Everyone is mad at Mitt. Stupid. There’s enough going around about this. Mitt doesn’t need to get his hands dirty. We already have a scumbag in the White house. I for one would like to see some class move back in. Do you think this would persuade people who will be voting for him to not vote for him… Please.

  • ploome


  • Gary

    Karen C

    Agreed. If nothing else, won’t it be nice to have a classy first lady again.
    I hope I never have to see this FLOTUS’s face again.

  • befuddled

    The High Road is littered with the corpses of Republicans.While on the Low Road, we conservatives keep getting our balls kicked in for supporting them.

  • Patty

    We have a while yet, you cannot tell me that Obama will not completely try to turn the Economy around in his favor.

    Unemployment numbers will be spun. It takes the mind of Axelrod and Plouffe. They have the advantages and they will lie through their teeth, like always.

    Just take a little and Rush said this months ago. EVERY SINGLE VOTER IN THIS COUNTRY MUST GET OUT AND VOTE. Will they and what will Romney have then. Can he be MR. NICE GUY. Will he even have a leg to stand on.

    This is what we are up against. Romney needs to make thing easier not harder.

  • Dale

    OH GOOD GRIEF MITT!!!!!!!????!!!!!! We’re all STUNNED here???!!! What gives?? This is NO way to beat Obama.

  • Patty

    Waiting for a National Debate. At this point we pray. Obama wins. TV GOES OFF.

  • Jerry C

    Romney won’t win because of Romney. He’ll win because he’s not LUITPOS. Seriously? This is the candidate the GOP is giving us?! America deserves it’s punishment. Boy! Are we getting punished!!

    Romney is LUITPOS-lite. You do not have a real choice. Go ahead, hold your nose, continue to vote the way you’re told. ABO. And you wonder why nothing changes.

    Let me make it crystal clear: Romney will “win” the election and continue down the same path LUITPOS has set. Already the “republicans” are working on keeping “some” parts of LUITPOS’ healthcare. America will combine with Canada & Mexico to become the North American Union. LUITPOS will go over to the United Nations and become the first king of the world. But go ahead and believe your vote actually matter. I’ll still vote for the candidate I believe is in the best interest of American and not the New World Order even though I doubt it’ll make difference. Besides, I’ve already prepared by hoarding buckets of beans & rice when the times come for the pyramid scheme to collapse. Got Jesus?

  • Hugh

    My first reaction: Wow–INCREDIBLY disappointing. The Wright-Obama relationship is relevant and should be exposed and examined. For Romney to let the left control the narrative on this is STUPID. REminder: This type of thing didn’t help McCain AT ALL.

    But #15 Skinner has a good point! I hope the PAC assails away–attack, attack, attack and Romney can rebuke away. Sounds good to me. Best of both worlds I suppose. Not a bad way to play it provided the PAC gets that.

  • donh

    Mitt Romney’s father George was very close to people like Reverand Wright….He advocated a lot of forced integration policies as HUD director under Nixon. Mitt is going to suffer from excessive white guilt that overcompsates for the racist past historical shames of the Mormon Church .

  • Hugh

    Spoke too soon–looks like the left’s outrage may have worked. From the DC:

  • bg
  • Patty

    ot SORT OF.

    Insight: Swing states: Could Europe decide the U.S. election?

    Advisers to Mitt Romney, Obama’s most likely challenger in November, argue that Obama’s poor stewardship of the U.S. economy has left the United States exposed to the euro zone crisis and limited the administration’s ability to respond.

    “We think the Obama administration has limited credibility in Europe because they so badly mismanaged our economy here,” said Kristen Silverberg, a former ambassador to the EU who advises the Romney campaign on European policy.

    In reply, Obama’s defenders argue that the recession in several European countries provides proof that his aggressive stimulus effort saved the United States from a deeper slump.

    “When President Obama says, ‘Look, we stabilized the financial system, we put in stimulus and the economy walked back from the brink of collapse’ … it’s very hard to do the counterfactual. But now, Europe is the counterfactual,” said Laura D’Andrea Tyson, a former economic adviser to President Bill Clinton who also served on Obama’s jobs council.

    Some say that argument will be too complicated to make on the campaign trail.

    “Most voters aren’t thinking about any of this,” said Paul Krugman, the Nobel Prize-winning economist who wants further big stimulus spending in the United States. “Voters have children, they have lives, they have jobs. They’re not interested in this stuff except insofar as they want to know if the economy’s getting better.”


  • listingstarboard

    The only thing repudiated with not running the ad is EVERYTHING Andrew Breitbart stood for–this is incomprehensible to me. Punch those dirty MF’ers back hard Mitt Romney, you coward.

  • Patty

    Voters were asked who is the more business minded. Of Course, the said Romney. It really is up to the voters. And the economy and jobs are #1 that is what Romney does have right.

    So, we will see, but more importantly EVERY single voter must come out. It isn’t just another election. This is the most important vote of our lifetime.

  • Redwine

    Patty @29 – This is one of the most problematic things looming on the horizon. The approaching debates will be dominated by the rad lib Hussein-buttkissing media who will softball the tyrant and spitball Mitt. Hussein will refuse any debate run by a conservative group (like the Heritage Foundation). Even Fox News is in the tank for Hussein (note that the latest Fox poll is the only one that puts Hussein well ahead). Mitt’s answers will be ridiculed mercilessly in true Alinsky style. Mitt has got to come out swinging hard, yet be dignified and principled.

  • This started out with an Axelrod tweet this morning and has been picked up by the hard left super-PACS and the MSM (but I repeat myself). To wit, Axelrod demanded that Romney disown attacks on Rev. Wright.

    Now I ordinarily wouldn’t want the GOP candidate dancing to the tune of the Democratic campaign manager.

    But in this case it’s fine. The American people already KNOW about Rev. Wright; they just need to be reminded here and there. That’s what a super-PAC is really good at. In the meantime Romney can say that his hands are clean, that of course he ‘repudiates’ such attacks, and oh by the way did you know that there’s no coordination whatsoever between a campaign and a super-PAC, such that the latter can do whatever they want to do?


    To the end, if I were Mitt Romney I’d ask super-PACs not to mention Rev. Wright. I’d ask daily. I’d also ask at frequent intervals for super-PACs not to mention Tony Rezko, Solyndra, General Motors, Jon Corzine, Obamacare, and the Stimulus.

    Remember, the Democrats always telegraph what they’re most afraid of.

  • Patty

    The Vetting – Exclusive – Obama’s Literary Agent in 1991 Booklet: ‘Born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia and Hawaii’

  • Patty



  • Smarty

    Don’t you know, the GOP has to take the high road, no matter what. Like the Jew helping keep other Jews neatly in line as they march to the gas chamber, don’t want to make trouble or appear undignified….

  • Patty
  • Pingback: Romney DESTROYED GOP Rivals in Primary But Rebukes PAC Attacks on Obama | Famous People The World Is Talking About Now()

  • bg



    Allegan, Michigan: Sharia 1, Free Speech 0

    Acting on a tip from the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR),
    police shut down a private event in a rented room that was promoting
    the American constitution and the “American Laws for American Courts”
    legislation initiative.

    Amid calls of “What about free speech?” the Allegan Police Department
    entered the room in the middle of the event and ordered it shut down.

    Police originally gave as their reason for the shut-down the appearance of
    Kamal Saleem, a former Muslim terrorist who converted to Christianity and
    who was a featured speaker at the event. However, the chief of police
    later admitted to a reporter that he was acting on no specific threat or
    danger being posed by the event.

    The event was located in the Allegan High School auditorium which had
    been rented by Willis Sage, an Allegan County commissioner. Sage is the
    author of “Constituting Michigan – Founding Principles Act,” which would
    require Michigan public schools to teach the history and constitution of
    the United States.

    okay, keep dumping on ALL Muslims, and go back to sleep until you
    get the opportunity to personally defend yourself from O’s Islamists..


  • Bill Mitchell


    This is a double win for Romney. Face it, people knew this sh*t about Obama in 2008 and they elected him anyway. No one cares.

    So, on the one hand, Romney gets to act like the adult in the room focusing on issues people DO care about while on the other hand, he KNOWS he can’t tell a PAC what to do by law. So he gets to be the better man and the PAC does it anyway.

  • Militant Conservative

    Lot of negative people here.

    Romney will win big.

  • WaitWutt?

    Etch-a-sketch moment. Frickin follow McCain’s lead is suicidal. What next, tell the campaign crowd that Obama is actually a nice guy? Buried stories are not off limits Mittens. #VetThePrez


    Sounds just like the last RINO that ran for President, and we all know how that ended up. So all I have ot say is prepare for another 4 years of Obama and pray that there will be enough conservatives in the GOP to stop Obama and his RINO pals as they both seek to destroy America.

    RINOs are worse than democraps, spineless and gutless. We are in a time when both spine and guts are needed to turn around this ship and Mittens just ain’t the man I’m afraid.

  • 1RedBeard

    Romney, by saying he doesn’t support attack ads regarding Wright, is actually getting the Wright issue out in the daylight again, while appearing to take the high road. Seems like a double win, not a negative.

  • EBL

    Mitt, we will do the heavy lifting. You can just not get in the way. M’kay!

  • Bill Mitchell

    See what’s happening here folks? Mitt goes after Obama on this and Obama says, “Look look a rich white guy picking on a poor black man instead of talking about the issues real Americans care about…blah, blah, blah”.

    Romney has plenty of long knives on the economy. He doesn’t need to get in the dirt. Let the PAC’s do that.

    P.S., Romney can also use this to say, “See, I don’t coordinate with the PAC’s – I tried to stop them and they ignored me!”

  • There’s no moral reason not to go after Obama like he did Gingrich, true fact

    BUT I think he just decided it wasn’t good politics… for all his faults, he IS results oriented for the most part, comes with his background of course

    As much as I want to see Obama exposed this time, Romney just wants to go after Obama on his record- and he may be right on that

  • its hard for mittens to criticize obama when he believes in most of the statist crap that obama does.

  • James


    1. Refuse to accept or be associated with.
    2. Deny the truth or validity of.

    He didn’t say he wanted them to stop running the ads did he?

  • Nelle

    If Our Hero, Ronald Reagan, was running this year, do you think he’d be digging into the mud for a lump of Rev.Wright or birth certificate to fling at Obama? I think he’d be doing exactly what Romney said–focus on the economy, getting people back to work, on seeing rising incomes and growing prosperity. You know, Morning in America stuff. Maybe, just maybe, Romney has a better grasp of what works to defeat a Carteresque President than some of us do. I hope so.

  • Pingback: Buzz Links | I'm a Man! I'm 41!()

  • lizzy84

    It’s already working:

    The Left will always tell you what they fear.

    {I’m no Romney fan, but think it is best if they run these ads w/out his ‘approval’….plausible deniability. But oBama in his own words? The Economy? Fast n Furious? Solyndra? etc, etc??
    Go after him…gloves off.}

  • Fuquay Steve

    Can’t we do both – seek the truth about the opponents character and focus on the economy. That, to me sounds more like a winning strategy than neglecting either one.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    When it comes to self-inflicted wounds, the GOP, and especially the RINOs, seem to be very adept at the practice.

  • Pingback: Romney DESTROYED GOP Rivals in Primary But Rebukes PAC Attacks on Obama | Born Conservative()

  • cloey

    Jeremiah Wright is old news. It’s not worth the grief of liberals going insane every day about this. There are alot of other things a PAC can attack Obama on.

  • Freddy

    Can anyone tell me what the Romney position on the Federal department of education is today?

  • Joanne

    Disgusting. I’d figuratively tear Obama limb from limb, leaving only a puddle of his bullshat in the gutter, after I had finished with him. There is no room to play nice guy with Obama, his cronies, and executioners. Mind you, the democrats and the leftard media put Romney where he is today, so what can anyone expect.

  • Gary

    Fuquay 59

    Sure we can do both.
    For going after Obama’s background and character, we have guys like Sean Hannity.
    Romney doesn’t want to be seen having the personal attacks coming out of his mouth. That’s all.

    As somebody said earlier, it was all dredged up in 2008 and he still got elected. Focus on the economy will win this election for us, not focus on Obama’s shady past.
    Again, if that’s what you want, watch Hannity.

    Romney has to appear presidential and above the fray. The left is desperate to paint him as another red-faced Santorum. He can’t give them the ammunition.

    Like MC said, Romney’s going to win big in this election.

  • owl

    I watched him and thought surely he didn’t say that. My ears started ringing with the ‘No madam, you do not need to be afraid of Obama’ and ‘I reputiate calling Obama, Hussein’.

    Those were lines that keep vibrating today. Mitt Romney, you better darn sure not be a McCain or I swear, I will type you up every day for the rest of my life. Yeah, you can take that typing threat to the bank.

    I sure hope #15 is right but I do not want to see a lot of this crap from Romney. I do not see it as a good plan for today. He needs all the help he can get. No high roads please.

  • owl


  • Practical Jane

    Well, well, look who’s protecting Obama now!
    The GOP – the same people that protected him before.

  • Pleasance

    With Romney staying out of the mudslinging he is taking high ground.
    Obama will look even smaller then he is when he atttacks Romney for being a Mormon – and we know BHO shall.
    I think this is a very, very smart or clever move. But Romney is probably doing it because he is such a nice person and believes in the Golden Rule.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Jeremiah Wright is old news. It’s not worth the grief of liberals going insane every day about this. There are alot of other things a PAC can attack Obama on.

    Why not attack with it? After all, Democrats seem to have no problem with employing the race angle any time they feel it would work to their advantage, so why not hit them on the side of the head with their own weapon?

  • Sasja

    Romney needs to continue what he has been doing. Focusing on the economy, our overwhelming debt, eliminating job-killing regulations, etc. This story, while interesting, is not what matters. The Super Pacs, Hannity, Rush, Mark Levin, et al, can talk about this and about where Zero was born til the cows come home, but Romney should just stay out of it. It could also be why all this is coming out now. To try to get Romney off message (where Zero is most vulnerable).

  • Sasja

    Even if it could be proven Zero was born on Mars to a Martian woman and a moonbeam, it would not matter. No one in the House or Senate has the will do anything about it. Our only hope is to get his skinny butt out of Washington by defeating him in November.

  • Right Wing Conservative

    High ground my butt! He’s a big ole’ CHICKEN TURD.

  • attagirl

    You do not even have to run the ads. The fact that it is being talked about, is generating the
    necessary questions and curiosity. Quote… We know they are awful, nasty horrible attacks, and
    we will not give it any coverage, as the conversations about them continues. So, the MSM,
    think the ads are vicious, however, they will bring it to everybody’s attention by not talking
    about it.

  • Sarah


  • Pingback: Romney DESTROYED GOP Rivals in Primary But Rebukes PAC Attacks on Obama()

  • Pingback: Thursday Afternoon News and Links | Darth Chipmunk()

  • EriK799

    Romney stays above the fray and operatives dig up and float lots of anti-Obama information. Why are some of us too myopic to see what is happening? It’s brilliant. And it will continue.

  • aprilnovember811

    Romney’s very condescending of the American people. He talks as though he’s so above telling the truth about this man. He talks down to the American people, as though he is here to take care of the little peasants. If he’s elected, he’s done in one term.

  • Pingback: Romney DESTROYED GOP Rivals in Primary But Rebukes PAC Attacks on Obama | Liberal Whoppers()

  • chilipalmer

    Romney and the establishment are oblivious to the fact that they destroyed this country, lifetimes of work and sacrifice, and turned the White House over to Soros, a convicted felon and sociopath. The future of this country is not the issue to them. Job #1 is to beat down and ridicule ordinary right of center Americans so that they have no voice ever again. Rush Limbaugh has said this many times.

  • throwemout

    Romney’s right on this, because there just isn’t any way to get to a definitive proof on Obama’s birthplace in time for it to matter in the election – and therefore, it’s just another Shiny Thing that detracts from the issues on which we have the best chance to toss out the POTUS who Makes Sh*t UP regularly.

  • Tim in Cali

    IMO,let Romney stay above the fray. Stay on point with issues and hammer Obama….Obama’s record is his own worst enemy now

    There’s plenty of Pac’s and bloggers to go after this…Let us take his knees out,while Romney goes for the head …Nobama 2012 is the main goal…

  • owl

    After a few hours of thinking on this one, I still hate it.

    Romney does not have to offer an opinion on where Obama was born, Wright, or a dozen other garbage piles………….but…………..he does not have to go so far as to make that little repudiating speech. It does not help him. He could have said he did not know those answers and it was not him promoting it. He did not have to trash it.

    If he does this McCain, it will not help him. It is a mistake. He can stay on target but no more of this crap. He can’t get any dirtier than Obama. Obama targets people by name. The only reason Romney is gaining so much is because the fight is being taken to them.

    He already has anyone with a brain. He needs to turn loose the dogs. He can talk jobs.

  • JohnMikal

    Mitt Romney, the shyster, the deceiver. The only way he was able to defeat Ron Paul was through dirty tricks, stealing votes and shutting down delegate conventions. You want this guy in the white house? You want the people who did this running the GOP?

    The democrats are no better. Both funded by the same people stealing you blind.

    Ron Paul is still running. He’s reshaping the party. Get out there are support someone with ethics. Strive to make life the way you really want it to be in your heart of hearts. The US doesn’t need to be a country ruled by the elites who are every day, stealing more of your life from you. Ever so exquisitely, just below the level that will make you rise up i arms to throw them out.

  • mg4us

    How is showing a video of Rev Wright wrong?

    How can it be negative. .it is called “full-disclosure”. . . and part of transparency. Did Obama sit in on and support Black Liberation Theology? Isn’t that at odd with the US Constitution?

    Mr. Romney demand Obama show his official US birth certificate and scholl transcripts.

    Sheriff Arpio found the birth certificate White House posted was a forgery. .which is against the law. . .

    Start acting on the behalf of America and Constitutional Principles. . .

  • mg4us

    So will Mittens be a kitten and pussy foot around Obama, his record, and who he really is. . or will he be a Lion and roar!

    He needs to roar the facts and issues that this administration is doing to pull the country down. . .
    It’s the Economy, Stupid. .jobs, income, prosperity
    It’s our Children’s future straddled with massive debts a lower credit rating for the US.
    It’s our freedom. . . in energy. . energy independence (drill here, drill now and get that pipeline moving)
    It’s our security with our allies and our servicemen, too many being killed in Afghanistan (rose dramatically under Obama)

    When folks go to vote they need to ask:
    “will our children be better off four years from now on the path we are on under Obama?”

    the answer is obvious. . . unless you are on the government dole. . .

    As for PACs, Romney needs to remind them not to bring up Obama’s deep relationship with Wright . .or Bill ayers or the Sorros boards and foundations he was associated with or Rezko or Blago or Davis. . .or his bisexual or gay lovers.

  • mg4us
  • MVH


  • Pingback: Mark Levin slams Romney for savaging Newt yet pulling back against Obama with Rev. Wright | Congressman Tom Tancredo()

  • You only had two choices,Obama or Paul.Let the Revolution Begin !!!!

  • bg
  • Pathetic links as per usual !!!!

  • Sandy

    The difference between now and 08 is that there are top Republicans out there ready, willing and able to out Obama. They don’t need Romney to be a pit bull. Good Cop, Bad Cop.

  • Pingback: Romney Refuses To Go After Reverend Wright « Tai-Chi Policy()

  • Pingback: 2012 Will Reveal Much About The Real Barack Obama()

  • Pingback: 2012 Will Reveal Much About The Real Barack Obama | CounterPsyOps()

  • Pingback: Watcher of Weasels » This Week’s Council Forum Question: “Jeremiah Wright: Fair Game In 2012, Or A Distraction Better Avoided?”()

  • Pingback: Trevor Loudon's New Zeal Blog()

  • Pingback: This Week’s Council Forum Question: ‘Jeremiah Wright: Fair Game In 2012, Or A Distraction Better Avoided?’ |