My conclusion -ANYONE but Romney

When pushed on the similarities between Romneycare and Obamacare in the previous debate by Rick Santorum, Governor Romney responded ?First of all, it’s not worth getting angry about.?

The longer the presidential nominating process has gone, the clearer it has become that anyone but Romney is better than Mitt Romney. I’ve never been anti Romney, but he’s pushing me strongly to that conclusion. It’s become apparent Romney is willing to do and say anything to become the nominee. His campaign is slanderous and missrepresents those he runs against from McCain, Thompson, Giuliani, Huckabee, Santorum, Gingrich or Rick Perry. Neither Santorum, Gingrich or Paul are perfect, but at their core they are conservatives. Romney is the opposite. He doesn’t have a core. He is a fraud who is willing to say anything he must to get elected. When he has to be, he’s in favor of universal health care, or abortion rights for minors without the need of parental consent. Mitt Romney is deliberately misleading voters, and at this point I am inclined to support ANYONE BUT MITT ROMNEY (or Obama) in the presidential election.

Our party is at one of those crossroads where we have to decide what kind of a party we will be. Either we will be a party of conviction and principle, or we will become a party that demonstrates exactly what is wrong with politics.

Take a moment and watch Senator Santorum deliver a compelling blow to Mitt Romney on his health care mandate.

Sen. Thune discusses RomneyCare

Mitt Romney, John Thune

Politico has a story about Senator John Thune’s visit with radio host Laura Ingram today. Ingram asked Senator Thune about the topic of the Massachusetts healthcare law and Mitt Romney’s position on the issue –

“Would you advise Mitt Romney to say something different today on RomneyCare  than he has?”

Senator Thune responded:

“Well, I think it would be great, I suppose if he would come out and, I mean I think there are a lot of people who over the years who have, since this thing passed in Massachusetts, have looked at it and said gosh I wish he would come out and then disown it or disavow it,” Thune said. “It doesn?t sound like he is going to do that.”

When Ingraham pressed, asking, “Should he?” Thune answered, “Well, frankly, I would like to see that, but I am not advising the campaign.”


You can listen to the full interview with Senator Thune or skip to 11:20 for the bit about the Massachusets health care law.