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EXCLUSIVE: Romney 'Repudiates' Conservative Group's Planned Rev. Wright Attacks

Solidspine Wrote: May 20, 2012 11:09 AM
Romney sure sounds like a democrat, I am afraid we have another McCain problem.
heren Wrote: May 22, 2012 8:52 AM
A thorough examination of Romney’s approach to judicial appts shows that he was;

committed to integrity of the process, focused on criminal prosecution, prudent in his judicial selections, and can be trusted to appoint Conservatives to the U-S-S-C.

Romney’s appts to Judiciary posts in 85%-Dem MA; 38%-Dems, 37%-Ind's, 25%-Reps, provides fodder to his critics to-hype-up, don't-bother-mentioning the-actual-why-how-reason that it worked out that way !

Romney was elected 70th Gov-MA, Rep, with an unenviable predicament, 12%-reg-Reps, 88%-reg-Dems-Inds, Dem-majs both chambers-MA-Legislature.

MA-Gov Judicial picks need approval by the Gov's Council, Dems held 8 of 9 seats !

Conservative U-S-S-C nominee Judge Robert Bork endorsed M-R 2008 !
heren Wrote: May 22, 2012 8:53 AM
Romney’s attempts to turn the MA courts right can be seen in his appt of Cons Chris Moore to chair the Judicial-Nom-Cmsn.

C-M's Federalist Society fights against judicial activism. As J-N-C he limited the selection of liberal activist judges who would legislate from the bench.

Romney praised S-C-Justices, Roberts, Alito.

M-R: "Nominating Sonia Sotomayor by Pres-Obama was “troubling.”

2004, W-S-J - M-R said: “Beware of activist Judges” it's the legislatures job not the court system to pass laws."

Judge Robert Bork endorsed M-R 2008 !

“No other candidate will do more to advance the Conservative Judicial Cause than Gov Mitt Romney.

He's committed to nominating Judges who take their oath of office seriously and respect the rule of law."

In an exclusive interview with Townhall, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney rebuked a conservative group that is reportedly planning to assail President Obama over his 20-year relationship with controversial Chicago pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright:

"I repudiate the effort by that PAC to promote an ad strategy of the nature they've described.  I would like to see this campaign focus on the economy, on getting people back to work, on seeing rising incomes and growing prosperity -- particularly for those in the middle class of America.  And I think what we've seen so far from...