Nathan Burd from Americans for Mitt has informed us that there are now people signed on to the Americans for Mitt from all 50 states! Great work Nathan!
Texans for Mitt Romney keeps going strong with NINE different bloggers and some great entries like "Evangelicals Need Not Fear Romney" Parts One and Two, and "Romney is Articulate"
Washingtonians for Mitt also continues to keep going strong as well.
Nancy French is taking Evangelicals for Mitt in a whole different direction the last couple of days.
Sarcastic commentary is running strong at the Run Mitt Run Blog
Andru at South Carolinians for Romney had a great blog entry about the dangers of mixing religion and politics . . . it puts a new perspective about why Romney may not activly seek to discuss the details of his personal faith in a public setting. Also, there's a link to a piece claiming that Newt Gingrich is not going to be running for President, but is positioning himself to take over as the RNC chairman in 2008--could be (probably is) just speculation.
Jason at Illinoisians for Mitt has a couple of interesting blog entries recently. These two (here and here) are about him meeting Romney at the Chicago event (Cool shirt Jason . . . where have I heard of that before?). Also, he reports that Laura Ingraham was giving Mitt "some love" again (don't take that the wrong way) on her radio show and even seemed to bring Pat Buchanan along a bit. Jason also runs My Man Mitt.
Romney was on CNN's "The Situation Room" hosted by Wolf Blitzer last week and you can read the transcript here (scroll down about halfway). My favorit quote after Blitzer tried to grill Romney on the Gay marriage issue:
BLITZER: You know, Mary Cheney, when she was here -- and she is a lesbian...
BLITZER: ... she said that you -- she didn't know what your position was, but those who support what you -- you want a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage -- are on the wrong side of history, sort of like the old laws that would prevent African-Americans from marrying white people.
ROMNEY: I'm afraid that's not quite a good comparison.
It's not the wrong side of history, because, actually, in the whole history of the world, from the very beginning of recorded history, marriage has always meant a relationship between a man and a woman.
Look, if two people of the same gender want to live together and enter into a contract with each other, so be it. But don't pretend that it's marriage. And society, as a whole, will benefit by having its children, on the average, raised by moms and dads.
Blitzer, defeated, then changed the subject. Great stuff from Romney!