Mitt Romney Cuts Ads for Obama and Gingrich

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Fresh off his Florida triumph, Mitt Romney, a/k/a the Weathervane, decided to spend the day helping out his adversaries Obama and Gingrich.  The video above with Romney saying that he doesn’t care about the poor because they have a safety net can be played almost uncut in Democrat attack ads this fall if Romney is the nominee.  Then Romney finished the day by sending a slap across the face to economic conservatives:

Republican presidential contender Mitt  Romney renewed his support Wednesday for automatic increases in the federal  minimum wage to keep pace with inflation, a position sharply at odds with  traditional GOP business allies, conservatives and the party’s  senior lawmakers.

This man has all the political instincts of a stunned possum.  Hey GOP establishment, drop me a line when you wake up to the fact that Mitt Romney is the candidate most likely to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in November!

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  1. I bet he’s one of them racists that want to ban welfare card usage at liquor stores and strip clubs. Re: Congresswoman Moore (D Bedlam)

  2. Most other candidates could be afforded the benefit of the doubt. He badly expressed a sentiment that is not completely outrageous (though still problematic). However, this is a guy whose entire candidacy is based on electability. That is the singular quality that his supporters continue to harp on. Yet at every turn he continues to prove to be an inept, bungling candidate with mind-bogglingly poor political instincts. If you think that this is the kind of candidate to run in an election atmosphere like this, then you have completely taken leave of your senses.

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