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Thursday, January 03, 2008

The Speech: YouTube Version

Date altered above to keep this at the top of the blog (and the next two blog entries as well).

It's 20 minutes but well worth the time. Especially the last 3-4 minutes.

Loved it more the third time. Truly a great speech that he wrote himself. Very presidential delivery. This man is what American needs!!!


Nealie Ride said...

National Review Online endorsed Mitt!

Anonymous said...

Romney wins Disdorsement:

Coach said...
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Coach said...

You've gotta love a source that uses "disdorses" as a word. :-)

kenji said...


me and my family enjoy your site and enjoyed it for the past several months. we are a romney supporter and we wanted to be updated of the minute by minute news that is happening in iowa, aside from your site, where can we go, or can you provide us the rss or xml so we can read them in our mobile. Thank you. email at

Anonymous said...

Here’s a poem I wrote for you guys. I call it…

“Ode to Mitt”

The unfortunate state of Mitt nation
Is that, based on his prevarication;
Between words that he speaks
And the trust that he seeks
There appears an inverse correlation

It’s a self-caused integrity gap
For when Mitt merely opens his trap
The truth doesn’t jibe
With what one might describe
As a “Mittful” of eloquent crap

It’s deceit with superb elocution
By a handsome moral Lilliputian
For Mitt’s pimping the truth
You need no vice squad sleuth
To cite him for verbal prostitution

His dissembling seems un-presidential
I can’t fathom the near-reverential
Support or fixation
With a man whose relation
With the truth’s best described as tangential

Of course Bush raised the lie to an art
Mitt’s supporters are just playing their part
In the vast self deception
(Call it GOPerception)
Mitt and George have their interests at heart

It’s a little rough still, I’ll try to tune it up and possibly re-post the final version later. Let me know what you think.

Have a great day!


Anonymous said...

If the American people truly love and care about there country, like they claim they do. Then I urge those Americans to check out this website, to take an in-depth look at Mr. Romney.

kermit said...

Yes, Anonymous, I truly love and care about my country and the people in it. I did check out your site. Wow!! I am comletely convinced that the best candidate for the Oval Office is Mitt Romney; based on his business knowledge, foreign policy, illegal immigration status, etc. Yeah, he's my man. The only hope I can see! GO MITT!!!!

comMITTed said...

Jeff, you're right, this man IS what America needs. I know a great way for you and all your readers to continue to show your support for Romney. Go to this website,, where you can rank any candidate based on these 10 "fit factors." Spread the word to other Romney supporters, go Mitt!

Anonymous said...

I like Mitt, however, watch this video, then tell me what you think.

He's not running any negative ads. He just shows you who he is, and what he stands for. He says what he means and means what he says.

Anonymous said...

Messages for Mitt Romney from his supporters about not going on late night talk shows being struck by the WGA can be left for Tagg Romney (one of his sons) at the Romney Press Shop at 1-857-288-6390(they can get you an email address etc if you choose to go that route)

You will want to contact the Romney campaign about this *TODAY* because Romney and Huckabee are fighting it out at today's Iowa caucus and New Hampshire is just days behind them. Also note that it would be a terrible misstep on Romney's behalf and only bad things come from crossing picket lines especially ones as popular with the public (many of whom are voters) as the WGA's

Note the following video:

Title(s) of the AP video: Huckabee Crosses Picket Line or Huckabee Goes On Leno, Romney[sp] Criticizes