I am a co-host of a Boston talk radio show "Pundit Review Radio." My co-author, Paul, is a thirty year Boston journalist.
We recently authored a Townhall.com article on an Evangelical theologian who endorsed Mr. Romney and how historically unprecedented that endorsement was. Hundreds of angry people responded to that article- many of whom called us "bigots."
As long as Mitt Romney keeps America focused on his religion, he may win the upcoming January primaries.
But as soon as Americans are able to penetrate the religion smokescreen and see his governor's record, voters may think twice.
The media – liberal and conservative – have been a willing co-conspirator in keeping Mitt's governing record a secret. Am I suggesting the Romney campaign deliberately focused America on his being a Mormon to hide his record as governor? You decide.
For your edification, here's the real Mitt Romney.
1. Mitt is a liberal. How do you think he got elected to the most left wing state in America? He was as pro-abortion, pro-gay agenda, pro-gun control as Ted Kennedy when elected governor. He was pro-choice when he was elected and pro-abortion when he left the governor's office. When he was elected governor, the Baked Bean State did not have gay marriage. When he left, it did. When he was elected, Massachusetts had a Republican governor for nearly two decades. When he left, it didn't. What it had was a Hillary disciple who is now transforming the Cradle of Liberty into an amalgam of the Soviet Union, Sodom and Las Vegas. Imagine what Mitt could do as president.
2. He's that liberal?! He gave Massachusetts a socialist government health care plan entitled "Commonwealth Care" that some call Hillarycare as he was walking out the door. And, apparently he didn't know it included abortion as a health benefit. Because by then, he had discovered abortion was "wrong."
Gregg Jackson is a radio talk show host on WRKO in Boston and author of "Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies: Issue By Issue Responses to the Most Common Claims of the Left from A to Z."
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