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Mitt Romney for President, National Review Online
Our guiding principle has always been to select the most conservative viable candidate. In our judgment, that candidate is Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts. Unlike some other candidates in the race, Romney is a full-spectrum conservative: a supporter of free-market economics and limited government, moral causes such as the right to life and the preservation of marriage, and a foreign policy based on the national interest. While he has not talked much about the importance of resisting ethnic balkanization — none of the major candidates has — he supports enforcing the immigration laws and opposes amnesty. Those are important steps in the right direction.
Candidate profile: Romney 'relentlessly upbeat' (By Dan Gearino - Quad City Times)
DES MOINES — In the summer of 2006, the Republican governor of Massachusetts was in northwest Iowa, and he wanted to know if the local state senator had time to talk.
Mitt Romney and Sen. Dave Mulder met for an hour at a bank in Orange City.
Mulder, who represents the most socially conservative part of the state, later summed up what he liked about Romney in one word: sincerity.
"When I look at him, I think what you see is what you get," Mulder said.
Friday, December 14, 2007
Governor Mitt Romney Holds a Carroll County "Strategy for a Stronger America: Enforcing our Immigration Laws" Ask Mitt Anything
Carroll Country Club
20069 Olympic Avenue
Governor Romney Holds a Sac County Meet and Greet
112 Highway 71
Governor Mitt Romney Holds a Buena Vista County "Strategy for a Stronger America: Enforcing our Immigration Laws" Ask Mitt Anything
Buena Vista University, Dows Conference Center
610 West 4th Street
Storm Lake, IA
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Governor Romney Holds a Humboldt County "Strategy for a Stronger America: Enforcing our Immigration Laws" Ask Mitt Anything
716 Sumner Avenue
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