M&M for Romney: Mitch Daniels & Mitch McConnell say “It’s Mmmitt!”

M&M.

Sound sweet? It is!

Signaling further party consolidation, both big name GOP Mitch-es say “It’s Mmmitt!”

Governor Daniels from Indiana and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) have endorsed Governor Romney:

Governor Mitch Daniels

Announcing his support, Governor Mitch Daniels said, “Mitt Romney has earned our party’s nomination and now deserves the support of every American still committed to government that serves the people rather than rules over them. The ruinous debts and anti-enterprise policies of today threaten more than our near-term economy; unaddressed soon, they will end the promise of upward mobility that our nation has always offered to its young and its poor. And they will end the U.S. leadership which has promoted peace and progress around the world for so many decades. Mitt Romney has proven that he understands what is at stake and is prepared to summon Americans to the changes that will restore the American Dream and our national greatness. I’ll do whatever I’m asked to help him.”

Governor Daniels’ leadership and service in Indiana should be an example to public officials across the country,” said Mitt Romney. “Governor Daniels shares my background in business, and he has used the principles of the private sector in government. Indiana has been served well by his leadership based on fiscal discipline, smaller government, and a friendly environment for job creators. I am honored to have his support and look forward to working with him to fix our economy and get our country on the right track.”

Background On Governor Daniels:
Governor Daniels was elected as the 49th Governor of Indiana in 2004. Governor Daniels was reelected in 2008 and received the most votes for a statewide official in Indiana history. Prior to his election, Governor Daniels served as the Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President George W. Bush, CEO of the Hudson Institute, President of Eli Lilly and Company’s North American Pharmaceutical Operations, Chief of Staff to Senator Dick Lugar, and Senior Advisor to President Ronald Reagan.

Self-deprecating Daniels appeared on FOX & Friends this morning to make his announcement. Here’s a portion of the interview (if full video becomes available, it will be posted):


Daniels continued on to state his solid commitment to help The Gov in any way possible.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
April 17, 2012

Joining other top Republican officials, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., endorsed former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney for president on Tuesday, saying the GOP is united behind the presumptive nominee.

Earlier this month, McConnell avoided giving Romney the nod because the Kentucky primary was approaching. But with former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum dropping out of the race—and basement candidates Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul barely campaigning—the pathway for Romney to gain the nomination against President Obama is much clearer.
[...]
I support Governor Romney for President of the United States and he is going to be the nominee,” he told reporters. “If you’ve noticed, the party is in the process of unifying behind him. And I think it’s going to be an incredibly close, hard fought race.”


“I think it’s going to be a very, very competitive election. We’re all behind him [Romney] and looking forward to the fall campaign, which is actually already under way.” ~ Mitch McConnell

Thank you Mitch and Mitch!

It’s getting sweeter day by day.

► Jayde Wyatt

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2 Responses to M&M for Romney: Mitch Daniels & Mitch McConnell say “It’s Mmmitt!”

  1. Shane Ownbey says:

    My MittRomneyCentral chat box name is Romney2012. I tried to get on last night and It said that “banned”. This is not cool. Can someone tell me why or remove my ban.

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    Shane
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  2. Jim Tills says:

    Mitch and Mitch for Mitt, my that has a nice rhythm to it. We will definitely need persons of influence and popular support like them to back Mitt—for several reasons, one of which follows:

    There is one huge glaring problem that someone who has the authority and ability to check out and correct needs to do. Michael Savage has cracked the story that our vote tallies for the General Election are going to be handled by a Spanish Company which is not overseen by any United States entity responsible for election coverage. He maintains that this is how Obama plans to steal the election—even if Mitt wins by a little or a landslide.

    A notable political figure has said in the past, “I don’t care how the people vote; I only care who counts the vote.” That truth is ominous for us all if the Spanish Company story is legitimate.

    Mitch McConnell should be able to discern the truth of the story; I am glad he is now backing Mitt for the General Election.