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Does the Romney Campaign Need a Reboot?

cwa Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 6:39 PM
If Romney does not win the presidency it will be the end of the Republican Party. I like most Tea Party conservatives I will vote for Romney, campaign for him and put his signs on my car and in my yard. Romney and the national GOP have separated themselves from the TEA Party and distanced themself from conservative Republicans. If Romney doesn’t win they will get their wish. They will be able to retire to their country clubs in the Hampton’s and never have to deal with the embarrassment of conservatives again. I and most of the conservatives like me will be in a new party.
Shoppin Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 11:19 PM
And that new party will fail because there are not enough conservatives and tea party members to even get a conservative nominated let alone elected. It's the VOTER, people.
Dave M Wrote: Aug 11, 2012 3:00 AM
Changed your nom-de-plume again I see.
Lars795 Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 10:04 PM
Actually, if Romney does not win the presidency it will be the end of the United States as we have known it, that is those of us born before the '70's. Most after that time were raised on the all for me line.

The Obama campaign has released a new ad that channels the Senate Majority Leader's tax conspiracy rhetoric.  They don't quite go the full Reid ("ten year tax evader!"), but they're riffing on his basic charge to sow doubts about Romney's tax compliance:
 


 

The ad shows footage from a Romney interview with ABC News in which the Republican presidential candidate was asked if he had ever paid a lower tax rate than 13.9 percent. The narrator asks, “Did Romney pay 10...