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Tipsheet

McCain Plays the 'I-Can-Beat-Hillary' Card

On Florida radio now:
ANNCR: They say Mitt Romney likes numbers.

His campaign says he likes to look at data.

Well here are some numbers that should scare every Florida Republican.

400 million dollars.

That’s how much over budget the Romney health care debacle costs taxpayers in Massachusetts.

700 million.

A tax increase Romney stuck to the people of Massachusetts.

20 billion dollars – that’s what Romney promised Detroit. To bail out the auto industry on the back of taxpayers.

And here is the number that should scare Florida Republicans most.

16 points.

The Wall Street Journal says Hillary Clinton beats Mitt Romney by 16 points.

The bottom line. Mitt Romney loses to Hillary Clinton.

Republicans lose.

We can’t afford Mitt Romney.

John McCain. He’s the one Republican who can beat Hillary Clinton

JOHN MCCAIN: I’m John McCain and I approve this message.

ANNCR: Paid for by John McCain 2008.
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Meanwhile, conservatives will be thinking about this number: 3 possible SCOTUS appointments. Did McCain say he wouldn't appoint a judge like Alito?

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