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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Liberals hate Romney and like McCain . . . Sounds OK to me!

The most annoying member of "The McLaughlin Group"--Eleanor Clift (a devoted and utterly predictable liberal), of Newsweek recently wrote a bash piece on Romney seen here. It's a piece bashing Romney's so-called "gay-bashing". She starts out by showing her communist stripes:

There ought to be a prohibition against opportunistic politicians messing around in state laws to further their presidential ambitions. With his days as governor of Massachusetts nearing an end, Mitt Romney is trying to reopen the issue of same-sex marriage in the only state where it is legal.


Romney's "trying to reopen the issue"???? What about the 170,000 Mass petition signers who are wanting the Legislature to get the issue on the ballot? Romney is speaking for them and supporting their "minority rights" because their elected legislators are ignoring the MA constitution and their oaths of office . . . No, Romney is being a leader when other so-called leaders are hiding under their desks.

She manages to turn her piece into a near "love-fest" with McCain. I'm convinced the liberal "mainstream" media will continue to push for McCain to be the GOP nominee since they realize he's not too far from them on most issue and wouldn't be "too bad" if they happen to lose the POTUS race in 2008.

3 comments:

murphy said...

Worse yet, the MSM and liberal base would continue the McCain love-fest right up until McCain wins the GOP primary.

If McCain wins the primary, all his liberal "friends" would turn on him like rabid dogs.

Yoda said...

Hmmmmm.... We can follow Eleanor Clift's line of thought on Mitt or Limbaugh's, Newt's, O'Reilly's and Coulter's....

Hmmm.... The Red Side of the Force, flows with the latter it does.....

DoorFrame said...

Because what the Republican party really needs is another politician who's a big fan of homophobia. I'm looking forward to the day when the party will recognize/remember that at its roots conservatism is about NOT forcing moral beliefs or government imposed legal differences on people because of what they choose to do at home. I'm going to start voting the log-cabin-Republican party line.