Romney made abortion easier in Massachusettes. Promised to advocate for Homosexuals.

The Mitt Romney Deception

February 4, 2008

Mitt Romney is an attractive candidate who has a seemingly endless supply of money. He is an articulate, clean-cut Republican with a respectable track record in business and executive experience. To top it all off, he stands for lower taxes and tighter broader security, while claiming to be pro-life and pro-family. He claims to have led the charge against homosexual marriage while governor of Massachusetts. Best of all, he evokes the name of Ronald Reagan whenever he get the chance. What is not to like about this guy?

Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Brian Camenker of MassResistance. Brian explains for us there much to dislike concerning Mitt Romney. Camenker, a pro-family advocate in the former governor’s state, begins to unravel the Romney deception. When the facts are unveiled, you will see a man who made access to abortion easier in Massachusetts, who promised to be a better advocate for homosexual rights than Ted Kennedy, and who actually made homosexual marriage a legal reality. Ronald Reagan must be turning in his grave each time his name is mentioned in the same breath as Romney.

Listen to this podcast and you will see that any true conservative will run, not walk away, from the Mitt Romney campaign.

Download the mp3 or listen to the streaming audio.

Kevin Thompson is an Assistant Pastor in MA, a former candidate for the US House of representatives, as well as a member of the Constitution Party of Massachusetts state committee. You can read his blog at http://kevinjthompson.wordpress.com

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I am not anti-gay. AT ALL. I am only showing you more of the Romney flip flops.

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ACTIVE MORMON CHURCH MEMBER MAKES THE CASE AGAINST ROMNEY

This is a very thoughtful pdf document from a LDS church member.

http://files.meetup.com/596725/Ron%20Paul%202008%20Brochure%20-%20Active%20LDS%20Opposing%20Mitt%20Romney.pdf

BEFORE YOU GO AND READ THIS GOOD PIECE – PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT ALL CHURCHES TEACH HIGH PRINCIPALS AND THE TEACHINGS OF PEACE AND LOVE. BUT, THE LEADERS OF THESE CHURCHES…..NEARLY ALL OF THEM……ARE THE FIRST ONES TO SUPPORT POLITICIANS WHO WANT WAR.  THEY CAN TALK ALL THEY WANT, BUT ACTION IS WHAT COUNTS. DESPTE ROMNEY’S STANCE ON TORTURE, GORDON B. HINCKLEY WAS HIS BIGGEST FAN.  —- SQUARE THAT.

Temple going LDS Member opposes Mitt Romney. Here’s why.

This is a vey thoughtful 2 page pdf document.  If you are LDS, or someone on the fence, take a look.

http://files.meetup.com/596725/Ron%20Paul%202008%20Brochure%20-%20Active%20LDS%20Opposing%20Mitt%20Romney.pdf

HUCKABEE TO MITT: “This old Arkansas boy is not for sale. He doesn’t have enough money to buy me. I’m not some troubled company that he can buy, sell off the assets and send us home.”

Mike Huckabee: be careful….you are almost winning me over ! Takin on the Mitt Meister and Looking Good while doing it. I like your style.

See the video.

http://baratunde.com/blog/

50% REPUBLICANS SURVEYED SAID THEY WOULD BE ANGRY/UPSET IF ROMNEY IS NOMINATED.

Angry More about Romney than his Mormon Faith

As Republican Mitt Romney struggles for political traction Super Tuesday, he may find a new Harris Interactive survey troubling.

The Internet survey of 2302 adults used a novel approach to try to determine what really bugs potential voters about the top candidates. Is it the candidate? Or is it race, gender or religion? Half the Republicans responding to the survey said the thought of Mitt Romney in the White House made them angry or upset. When asked to imagine an un-named Mormon as President, the anger and upset dropped to a third of the GOP respondents.

The survey was conducted January 15-22, long after Romney seemed to push the religion issue out of the campaign, at least as a regular focus of news stories. The coverage since Romney’s December speech about faith has largely been about issues and strategy.

SEE THE STUDY : 

Check out the study and its methods for yourself at:
http://www.harrisinteractive.com/harris_poll/index.asp?PID=864

Keep in mind that there are likely NO democrats that would support a Mitt Romney Presidency. But all of his republican mormons will vote for him likely. There are probably some that are fence sitters. And many who won’t vote. The numbers suddenly look like about less than 20% republican support – at best, if you don’t count Mormons, who would vote for him, without even knowing who he is. Recall that nearly 100% of Nevada republican mormons, voted for Romney.

BRAVE ISRAELI SOLDIERS BREAK THEIR SILENCE ON THE ISSUE OF ZIONISM

Special thanks to the BLOGGER here at Word Press who brought these videos to our attention. Every American should see them. Be prepared to make some tough decisions about what has gone on, and what will get worse, should the wrong person be elected. See the videos and share with others please.

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John McCain will be the republican nominee. Here’s why.

CBS/New York Times GOP National Primary

  • John McCain 46% (33%)
  • Mitt Romney 23% (8%)
  • Mike Huckabee 12% (18%)

Most Electable: McCain 65, Romney 17, Paul 3, Huckabee 2

Best on Immigration: McCain 38, Romney 22, Paul 10, Huckabee 9

Best on the Economy: McCain 39, Romney 30%, Huckabee 9, Paul 8

Most likely to lower taxes: McCain 25, Romney 20, Paul 15, Huckabee 13

Says What He Believes: McCain 56, Romney 35, Huckabee 42

Says Just What People Want to Hear: Romney 43, McCain 31, Huckabee 28

This poll was conducted among a random sample of 432 Republican likely voters nationwide, interviewed by telephone January 30-Feb 2, 2008. Error for Republican Primary voters could be plus or minus six points. 

http://race42008.com/2008/02/03/poll-watch-cbsnew-york-times-gop-national-primary-3/