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Advice

Over on National Review, some of us were asked to offer one sentence recommendations to Gov. Romney on the day of his announcement.  Click over to read what I suggested!


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2 Responses to Advice for Gov. Romney

  1. Raymond says:

    I’m all for Romney being president but it’s really frustrating when Mitt Romney says things like he believes in man-made global warming. I can see how someone ten years ago could have gotten caught up in it, but now after climategate was exposed and the climate actually slightly cooling since then. It was so obvious not true that the earth was warming like they said it would that the opposition had to change the name to climate. Who are Mitt Romney’s Advisors? This is a major sticking point with conservatives and tea party people because we see this as an excuse for Government expansion and Mitt Romney is falling on the wrong side of the line. My advice, get some strong conservative advisors, because it makes him look clueless to the heart and minds of conservatives.

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