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Major Florida Newspaper Flips From 2008, Endorses Romney

Jimsd55 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 2:05 AM
Yet one major newspaper dares to ask the one question conservatives are afraid to find out the answer to ... The Salt Lake City Tribune endorses ... Obama! This is the Mitt Romney we knew, or thought we knew, as one of us. Sadly, it is not the only Romney, as his campaign for the White House has made abundantly clear, first in his servile courtship of the tea party in order to win the nomination, and now as the party's shape-shifting nominee. From his embrace of the party's radical right wing, to subsequent portrayals of himself as a moderate champion of the middle class, Romney has raised the most frequently asked question of the campaign: "Who is this guy, really, and what in the world does he truly believe?"
mburch Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 9:32 AM
yep, could say the same thing about Obama...who is this man,where did he come from,and what in the world does he believe in????all excellent questions....but one thing is for has a record that is a sure tell as to how effective and caring he really is.Maybe in years gone by a CEO was able to run his company from the golf course,as Obama is attempting to run our country by.But that stark reality is now adays any CEO that tried to do that....would be FIRED..BIG TIME...AS HOPEFULLY WILL HAPPEN TO OBAMA IN NOVEMBER
Nunya8 Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 5:50 PM
Yeah, Jim. Here we are, 4 years into Obamination and they still won't ask him a direct question. I wonder...were you as adamant about insisting the LSMs ask questions of O when he was campaigning? They were relentless in their attacks on Dana Perino as WHPS. When the O got in there they lobbed softballs.
Fluke the MSMs. Let the Flukers burn. This is the price they pay FOR PERVERTING TRUTH.

One of the largest and most influential newspapers in Central Florida has abandoned its 2008 support for Barack Obama and has announced its endorsement of Mitt Romney for president.  From the Orlando Sentinel's powerful editorial:

Economic growth, three years into the recovery, is anemic. Family incomes are down, poverty is up. Obama's Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, highlighted these and other hard truths in this week's second debate. Even the September jobless numbers deserve an asterisk, because more than 4 million Americans have given up looking for work since January 2009. And while the nation's economy...