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After a flurry of attacks this week on Mitt’s pro-life record, I responded today in NRO.  Mitt has an outstanding record on conscience issues.  Head over to NRO, read the article, and offer your own comments.


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4 Responses to Mitt Romney Defended Rights of Conscience in Massachusetts

  1. RC says:

    Excellent read David

    You were precise and to the point. Wow, people will do anything to spin the truth, won’t they! Thanks to you and your beautiful wife Nancy at EFM that there is fair and balanced reporting in the media. I really do appreciate you guys for what you have done over the last many years. I believe in your passion and conviction.

    Ok, let’s go Nevada – knock it out of the park. Go Maine – you can do it. Go Colorado – show ‘em who’s the best. And Minnesota – bring it home, bring it home.

  2. Terry says:

    Politics and Light Bulbs
    Wherein, the creator of this post offers up a few lame riddles in an attempt to lighten, somewhat, the current political insanity of the GOP race.

    Q: How many EFM’rs does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    A: None, actually. We can see perfectly well where we’re going, even in the dark.

    Q: How many Newt supporters does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    A1: No one knows. Newt claims that because of his sunny personality, they don’t need one.
    A2: They can’t. Newt claims that Mitt has stolen them all, and is lying as to their whereabouts.
    A3: Don’t know. The supply ship from earth to the new moon colony hasn’t arrived yet.
    A4: None. Newt would rather spend his time blaming Mitt for the demise of the last bulb.
    A5: What light bulb?

    Q: How many Obama supporters does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    A: None, actually. Obama says that there is nothing wrong with the last bulb he installed, and that, in fact, it is actually getting brighter.

    Q: How many Romney supporters does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    A: Normally just one, but the group decided that an Evangelical and a Mormon should join hands and do it together. (There was much applause afterwards.)

  3. Brandon from NJ says:

    It was great of David to bring up this article. Even more recent is the legal battle in my home state of New Jersey involving the current governor Christie, which does carry some parallels. I appreciate the fact that Romney was willing to contest notions in court, because there’s a great deal of precedent in doing that with today’s current events.

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