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Former Hillary Aide Endorses Romney

JaxJM Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 9:02 AM
It's a very gracious endorsement, and I believe we conservatives should be gracious in return. The answer is (2) - A genuine change of heart and belief in Mitt Romney's competent bipartisanship. It's Romney's genuine openness, and proven ability to working with the other side that will make him a spectacular President. On that, conservatives and all but the most diehard left-wingers will agree.
AmericanLiberal Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 9:10 AM
Hogwash about Romney's bipartisanship. The good people of the Bay State are contemptuous of the man. There is a reason why Romney did not run for re-election, although if he had some bipartisan bona fides, he would have. He vetoed hundreds of bills. He was a ridiculous and polarizing figure. He was a mess. He IS a mess.

You guys think bipartisanship means you sweeten the deal for a few Dems to peel them away. And to be sure, we Dems are an American-style political party, not a European-style party like you guys. But going forward, the definition of bipartisan is going to change, and you losers can kick and stamp and hold your breath until you turn blue all you want.
richard1088 Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 9:14 AM
Contemptuous in the Bay State?
And that's why they elected Romney governor? and Scott Brown US Senator?
As Doc Savage says, "Liberalism is a mental disorder."
Drifter33 Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 9:41 AM
"The good people of the Bay State are contemptuous"?

Having very recently passed through Mass. on a biz trip, I can assure you that all is not well for you there. I the heart of downtown Boston, I saw ZERO "new" Obama bumper stickers--not ONE. But I did see a faded 2008 Obama sticker, on a jalopy.

You are very certain of your own contempt for Romney, and nothing more. Anything taking place outside of your skull is unknown to you; you are blinded by your hate.


Mitt Romney has been making a pitch for bipartisanship in the closing days of the race, and this morning rolled out an endorsement from Hillary Clinton’s former Senate state director, Gigi Georges:  “For most of my life, I’ve been an active Democrat. I am proud to have worked for President Bill Clinton and then-Senator Hillary Clinton, and, during that time, I saw firsthand what can be accomplished by strong, bipartisan leadership. I know what it means to work across the aisle on issues that are important to the American people. And that’s why I...