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VEEP MADNESS - Sweet 16!

Polls are now open for round 2 of our Veep Madness tournament and we are down to 16 candidates! In each contests vote for the candidate you would most like to see as a potential running-mate for Governor Romney.

Here’s the current bracket with Round 1 results included:
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Round 1 recap: Sixteen contests… sixteen non-upsets. All of the higher seeded candidates sailed through the first round with the sole competitive contest being between Mike Huckabee and Susana Martinez. Governor Martinez edges out the former Governor of Arkansas by 4 points and continues on to face Bob McDonnell in round two. Paul Ryan and Marco Rubio both pass their first round by an enormous 88-12 margin. Both candidates face tougher competitors in this phase.

Please note the following:
-This is not an official Mitt Romney website
-We know Romney hasn’t completely sealed the nomination
-This poll is simply for fun and has no bearing on the real selection
-We don’t seek to influence Governor Romney and his campaign with the outcome of our poll

Good luck candidates, and may the odds be ever in your favor. :)
~Nate Gunderson

Note: This round will run until Midnight on Monday.

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CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Interviews Mitt Romney (video)

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, host of ‘The Situation Room’, interviewed Mitt Romney this evening. Here are portions of the interview…

Romney - Stimulus hasn’t worked:

Romney on Israel and Iran:




► Jayde Wyatt

Romney vs Obama: Mitt on Top in Latest Zogby Poll


ROMNEY CLEANS OBAMA’S CLOCK — 44% to 38%

Romney vs Obama

Obama’s Job approval is freefalling:

“President Barack Obama’s job approval rating has dropped to the lowest point of his Presidency at 39%, and in potential match-ups with Republicans in 2012, he trails Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush and Newt Gingrich and is just one point ahead of Sarah Palin.”

How well does Mitt Romney do among Independents in a hypothetical match up against Obama?

“Among independents, match-ups between Obama and Republicans Romney, Gingrich, Palin and Bush are very close. Versus all of these hypothetical opponents except Bloomberg, Obama draws between 36% and 39% of independents. He beats Bloomberg among independents, 26%-12%, but 49% of independents would choose neither. Obama beats Trump with independents, 36%-29%.”

Mitt Romney also performs well among Republicans in a hypothetical match against Obama.

“Among Republicans, Gingrich leads with 79%, followed by Romney 77% and Palin 72%.  One-half of Republicans would choose Trump over Obama, but 43% want neither. Bloomberg would get only 19% of Republicans, with 74% not wanting either the New York City mayor or Obama.”

The reason why Mitt Romney is will be a formidable opponent for Republicans in the primaries and for Obama in the general election in 2012 is that he appeals to more than just his base.  Not only do Republicans like Romney but Independents do too.

Go Mitt 2012!!

~ Jared A.

Mitt Romney Endorses Nikki Haley for South Carolina Governor and Ties President Obama in 2012 Poll

On March 16th, Gov. Romney endorsed Representative Nikki Haley for Governor of South Carolina.

Ann and I got to know Nikki Haley during my campaign for president and came away enormously impressed with her as a person of character and as the spokesperson for a new generation of leadership for South Carolina. She has a proven conservative record of fighting wasteful spending and advocating for smaller, more efficient government. I’m honored to call her my friend and prouder still to endorse her campaign for governor,” said Governor Romney.

The Free and Strong America PAC also announced it will send Representative Haley’s campaign a maximum $3,500 primary election contribution. Governor Romney will also participate in a campaign event with Representative Haley in South Carolina on April 1st. Nikki Haley has also been endorsed by Jenny Sanford and is a favorite among the Campaign for Liberty and Tea Party crowd in South Carolina.

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Considering the fact that President Obama couldn’t be any more well known and Mitt Romney is well known by much fewer Americans, Mitt is in a great position this early on in the PPP 2012 Presidential Survey. Look at the trends shown from past PPP polls in that link as well.

Also, once again, Mitt leads Max Twain’s 2012 Power Rankings

Mitt Romney says movement to repeal health care overhaul already under way, but we still must Get on the phones and send some e-mails!

In case you missed it, the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, and Publisher’s Weekly debuted ‘No Apology’ at #1!

Also, I just stumbled upon two interviews that I hadn’t seen posted anywhere else. Enjoy!

Mr. President, Here’s How to Lift Our Economy

On the eve of Obama’s jobs summit, Mitt Romney (who was irresponsibly uninvited) gives Obama a 10-point plan on how to lift the U.S. economy out of it’s deadly cycle of shrinking credit and hemorrhage of jobs.

Mr. President, Here’s How to Lift Our Economy

There’s more commentary by Mitt in the piece, but here is his 10-point plan:

•Repair the stimulus. Freeze the funds that haven’t yet been spent and redirect them to immediate, private sector job-creation priorities.

•Create tax incentives that promote business expansion and hiring. For example, install a robust investment tax credit, permit businesses to expense capital purchases made in 2010, and reduce payroll taxes. These will reignite construction, technology and a wide array of capital goods industries, and lead to expanded employment.

•Prove to the global investors that finance America’s debt that we are serious about reining in spending and becoming fiscally prudent by adopting limits on non-military discretionary spending and reforming our unsustainable, unfunded entitlements. These are key to strengthening the dollar, reducing the threat of rampant inflation and holding down interest rates.

•Close down any talk of carbon cap-and-trade. It will burden consumers and employers with billions in new costs. Instead, greatly expand our commitment to natural gas and nuclear, boosting jobs now and reducing the export of energy jobs and dollars later.

•Tell the unions that job-stifling “card check” legislation is off the table. Laying new burdens on small business will kill entrepreneurship and job creation.

•Don’t allow a massive tax increase to go into effect in 2011 with the expiration of the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts. The specter of more tax-fueled government spending and the reduction of capital available for small business will hinder investment and business expansion.

•New spending should be strictly limited to items that are critically needed and that we would have acquired in the future, such as new military equipment to support our troops abroad and essential infrastructure at home.

•Install dynamic regulations for the financial sector – rules that are up to date, efficient and not excessively burdensome. But do not so tie up the financial sector with red tape that we lose a vital component of our economic system.

•Open the doors to trade. Give important friends like Colombia favored trade status rather than bow to protectionist demands. Now is the time for aggressive pursuit of opportunities for new markets for American goods, not insular retrenchment.

•Stop frightening the private sector by continuing to hold GM stock, by imposing tighter and tighter controls on compensation, and by pursuing a public insurance plan to compete with private insurers. Government encroachment on free enterprise is depressing investment and job creation.