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A Romney for Senate?

anonymous6475 Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 9:30 AM
ann romney isn't the type of woman that the women of america look up to carlos. she doesn't support abortion, higher taxes, bigger government, hatred of men, the destruction of the institution of marriage and a dozen other feminist ideals. in short, she ain't no hillary.
MudontheTires Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 1:44 PM
"You are not fighting baby killers."

55 murdered babies call you a liar.

"You are not fighting people who hate men or hate marriage."

The policies of the dem party that have caused the wage earning father and husband to be replaced with the US Government Welfare Checvk call you a liar.

"You are simply disagreeing with people who see things more realistically than you, whose principles, unlike your own, are built from the laws of nature, not a house of cards."

Keep living in your fantasy world PatLib. Rome s burning and you idiots elected and re-elected Nero. Enjoy your Pyrrhic victory chump, because the bill is coming due.
AmericanLiberal Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 9:38 AM
whimper whimper whine whine. Here's the bottom line. You are not fighting baby killers. You are not fighting people who hate men or hate marriage. You are simply disagreeing with people who see things more realistically than you, whose principles, unlike your own, are built from the laws of nature, not a house of cards.
Carlos_7 Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 9:36 AM

After Scott Brown announced he would not be running for the open Massachusetts senate seat, many are trying to figure out who will take the plunge for the Republicans. The Boston Herald is reporting that many have been throwing the names of Ann and Tagg Romney for potential candidates.

Mrs. Romney is an interesting option as she showed her bright light under the lights at the Republican National Convention. Her survival of multiple sclerosis makes her a candidate that many could be inspired by. She became a popular figure during her husband’s run for president and she was especially...