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Condi on the VP Slot: Thanks, But No Thanks

Very good point, Anne 1. The Communists are now actively engaged in smearing any and all opponents so badly that decent and genuinely accomplished men will not enter the ring seeing as how they have boxing gloves on and their opponent has a machete and a Glock. They stand to lose everything and gain nothing. When we had an impartial and objective press, this could not happen, but now they not only allow it, but participate in it when it's a conservative republican running! This is the number one reason this republic is going down, Anne 1 - a press totally in the tank for socialists and Communists.
Summers Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 11:18 AM
I saw decent and genuinely accomplished men destroyed by a well-funded, lying scorched earth machine during the primary. So far the general election seems to be shaping up to prove what goes around comes around. As Romney told the victims of the smear, 'if you can't take the heat...'
Prison Stripes for The Kenyan Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 11:23 AM
Summers, thisw is why I so dislike Romney - what he had his PACs do to Bachmann, Perry and especially Newt. He's got it coming.
Summers Wrote: Jul 15, 2012 11:32 AM
Don't forget poor Rick Santorum, either. This weekend, while Willie is in the Mittness Protection Program, still hiding out in his lavish lakeside villa in New Hampshire, he has Rick Santorum out campaigning for him. How is that credible after all said about Santorum?

I dislike Romney due to his liberal record as governor, his sleazy business practices, his lack of sincerity, and the way he conducted himself in the primary. There is nothing I like about Romney other than that he is not Obama, though he doesn't seem hugely different from him.

After last week's speculation, it looks like Condi is still uninterested in being Mitt's running mate:

Despite the Drudge Report’s article Thursday night reporting that  Condoleezza Rice is the new frontrunner to be Mitt Romney’s running mate, a spokesperson for the former secretary of state tells ABC News she is still not interested in the job.