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Tagg Romney: I'm Not Running for MA Senate

Dan_NV Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 9:01 PM
Not to worry, Karl Rove knows best; he will tell Massachusetts Republicans who he will choose to run for that seat. I mean, what business is it of the Republicans in Massachusetts? Rove and the GOP establishment will determine who is qualified to represent their views, forget a bunch of independent thought. Karl Rove, once the scourge of the left is turning out to be their BFF!
charlesthehammer Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 4:46 PM
When was Rove the scourge of the left? The democrats had candidates as weak as the usual republican candidates running against Bush. Bush should have won both elections in landslides, instead he squeaked by. Rove succeeded in giving us a milquetoast candidate named Romney. With hundreds and hundreds of debatable subjects to shame Obama with, the elites decided, once again, to be nice. This doesn't work against loud mouth, lying democrats. Will they never learn..........
Carlos_7 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:35 PM
“We should sink Todd Akin," Rove told top GOP donors at a an exclusive breakfast in Tampa, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. "If he’s found mysteriously murdered, don’t look for my whereabouts!"

Todd, a Christian, later accepted Rove's apology.

The search for a viable Republican candidate for now-Secretary of State John Kerry's former Senate seat continues, as Tagg Romney ended speculation that he's considering a run for the position. Mitt Romney's eldest son stated that he will not seek the seat, citing a desire to spend time with his family and continue growing his business -- as well as his father's dismal performance there in November's election.

In an e mail to ABC News, Tagg Romney says he is not running for U.S. Senate.

"I have been humbled by the outreach I received this weekend...