Time to Donate to Romney’s Campaign

From MittRomney.com:

Now It’s Up to You, America

Today, the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare. But regardless of what the Court said about the constitutionality of the law, Obamacare is bad medicine, it is bad policy, and when Mitt Romney is president, the bad news of Obamacare will be over.

This November it’s all on the line. The stakes couldn’t be higher.

Donate $10 or more to put a stop to the policies of Barack Obama and help Mitt Romney in November.


Update: As of 1:30PM ET, already $1,000,000 has been donated to the Romney campaign since the Supreme Court’s ruling announcement.

Update: Watch Romney’s reaction to the ruling (with transcript) here.

Update: Romney’s New Ad: Day One, Job One: #FullRepeal

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3 Responses to Time to Donate to Romney’s Campaign

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  2. SHIRLEY NAGY says:

    Governor Romney – I believe you would have a winning campaign argument if you stressed VOCATIONAL TRAINING for young folks and adults. Get ahead of Obama and emphasize how this training would allow those who have left the job market can become employees again in fields of necessity – air conditioning repair/auto repair/electrical/plumbing – the list could go on and on. No more senseless college degrees resulting in no jobs but plenty of money being spent.

    Schools used to offer all kinds of classes on these subjects and they should do so again.

    Obama can talk JOBS to death and produce no results but a real effort at talking this up in your campaign can have real results for the jobless and benefits to the entire country.

    Thank you.

  3. Eleanor Atnip says:

    Awsome video! what a Hippocrates on taxes.