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A Romney for Senate?

Dan_NV Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 10:25 AM
Romney? Any Romney? Really? In the Republican primaries of 2008, the Republican establishment trashed any and every candidate backed by conservatives and especially any supported by the Tea Party movement. Mitt Romney was the man they opined, the only one who could win against Obama. Well, we all know how that worked out for them, not to mention all of us not protected by the beltway umbrella. When Romney lost, the establishmentarians and the faux conservative punditocracy immediately turned on Romney and blamed him for being a poor standard bearer of their Oligarchy. Now, faced with no Oligarch on the bench, who do these hypocrites dredge up? Well, another Romney of course. They deserve the title, "The Stupid Party."
LCDR BUD/S USN Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 10:43 AM
First, it was 2012 when Romney lost to Obama.

Second, by your tone I'm guessing that YOU'RE one of the geniuses who stayed home and LET OBAMA WIN. Am I right??

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.

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