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Romney Doing the Job the Republican Establishment Won't Do

Ress Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 12:08 AM
I never had much good to say about Romney during the primaries, but now that it's over -- yes, it's over -- I have to admit he is looking better to me. He is hitting a lot of the right notes, e.g.: -- Economic freedom vs. big government -- Drill ANWR! (i.e., screw the environazis) -- Kill Obamacare You may doubt his sincerity, but he will enter office with a mandate to do these things. This could actually be the first time since Reagan I will be able to vote for the GOP nominee without holding my nose.
NOT-SYBIL Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 12:11 AM
Ress... but if elected (and I hope he is) willRomney have to ebdure a Congress laced with the element like of Dear Leader Nancy and doltish Debbie Washer-Womyn?
CardSenseJimmyBond Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 12:21 AM
Got to gain and keep a majority in both houses.
Ress Wrote: Apr 26, 2012 12:23 AM
There will always be a number of scumbags in Congress, but I expect Romney will have working majorities in both houses. Nancy and Debbie will be irrelevant blowhards like the rest.

I see Romney and the GOP running a much smarter and more aggressive campaign than we saw in 08, while the Obama regime is crumbling under the weight of its scandals and lies.

And one word to describe the trolls on TH is desperate.
The actual Republican Establishment –- political consultants, The Wall Street Journal, corporate America, former Bush advisers and television pundits -- are exhorting Mitt Romney to flip-flop on his very non-Establishment position on illegal immigration.

Both as governor of Massachusetts and as a presidential candidate, Romney has supported a fence on the border, E-Verify to ensure that employees are legal and allowing state police to arrest illegal aliens. He is the rare Republican who recognizes that in-state tuition, driver's licenses and amnesty are magnets for more illegal immigration.

These positions are totally at odds with Establishment Republicans who pander to...