Wednesday, September 19, 2007


Thanks to the true-blue (or "red" as the case may be) Mittiots out there, Mitt is on fire in securing the leads in the EP States. As this Mittiot has said all along, Mitt sells himself. Lets face it, Mitt hasn't had the media attention of a former top-tier 2000 presidential candidate, nor the benefit of a Hollywood career, nor the pleasure of running a city which includes the New York Times, CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX all downtown and central. Mitt has had to earn his name recognition by personally publicizing his qualifications and successes. BUT, when people get to know Mitt they become, well, Mittiots.
Not "too bad" of article from the Boston Globe on Mitt's 67 page plan for America's Future. I say "not too bad," because you can't expect the media to glow over a conservative plan, but a Mittiot or two might appreciate the following quote:
"Lesperance said Romney appears to be trying to appeal to the GOP's conservative base by painting a stark picture of a very difficult world and presenting himself as the solution. Romney, he added, might have decided to issue the booklet just after Fred Thompson entered the race to shore up his own credentials among conservatives, whom Thompson is also courting. The depth and breadth of the document contrasts sharply with Thompson's stump speech, which has been panned by pundits as vague and underwhelming."
It's about time the GOP took serious the calls from the base to change their ways or become obsolete! Mitt is seeking to address the real reason Republicans lost in '06: Corruption, over-spending, failing to relinquish federal power back to the states. In the new ad slated to be broadcast in NH soon, our man Mitt conveys the following:
"If we're going to change Washington, Republicans have to put our own house in order," Romney says, speaking directly to the camera. "We can't be like Democrats a party of big spending. We can't pretend our borders are secure from illegal immigration. We can't have ethical standards that are a punch line for Jay Leno."
Allow me to say it again, "it is about time!" Your Mittiot hopes ALL national Republicans (not just Ted Stevens) take notice.
In two words (three if you'll allow me to throw in an expletive): HELL NO! That is propaganda waiting to happen! How 'bout this, Ahmadinejad, you get Syria to let a group of US soldiers "visit" the site where the Iranian Weapons Engineers died via that chemical scud-warhead accident and maybe we'll consider your photo-op request.
Your Mittiot's calling on all candidates - reps and dems - to stand firm on not letting that little jerk (and I'm being kind) desecrate that sacred ground. AND, by the by I suppose every democrat who drives a car is supporting Iran as well, DNC. Your comments of "disingenuous" ring hollow. . .
There's been much "to do" over candidate Thompson's given name, "Freddie." A wikipedia editing war has developed between the pro-"Fred" crowd and the pro-"Freddie" antagonists. Guys, guys, guys, a rose by any other name would still smell so sweet. . . how 'bout we focus on Mr. Thompson's "long on detail" policy positions. . . that might be easier to wikipidia edit.
~so sayeth the Mittiot.
PS. See you in Mackinac


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