It’s Obama’s Birthday. Wishes for him?

Today is Obama’s birthday.

Betcha CAN guess where he began his day…

Yup.

Taking whacks at a little white dimpled ball.

It’s his 104th round of golf. But, hey it’s his birthday, right?

The Republican National Committee thought the day was important enough to send a custom cake on over to the Oval Office.

Considering Obama asked Americans to forgo giving birthday and wedding presents to their loved ones in order to donate more to his reelection campaign, I think that was right decent of the RNC:

“Got a birthday, anniversary, or wedding coming up?” the campaign wrote in a blog post. “Let your friends know how important this election is to you—register with Obama 2012, and ask for a donation in lieu of a gift.”

“It’s a great way to support the President on your big day. Plus, it’s a gift that we can all appreciate—and goes a lot further than a gravy bowl,” the campaign wrote.

Give the baker a raise!

If you’d like to let Obama know what you think of his birthday, send a card here.

My wishes for the President on this special occasion:

A gravy bowl with a copy of the U.S. Constitution tucked inside, along with a hefty can of Pledge furniture polish to buff up that burgeoning Pinocchio schnoz of his. (Maybe he’ll share with Scary Harry Reid.)


What are your wishes for Obama?

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Mitt & Ann Romney interview with Diane Sawyer and Mitt on Kudlow Report

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Larry Kudlow April 18, 2012:

In my latest interview with former Governor Mitt Romney, he emphatically defends his own business success against Obama’s class warfare/Buffett Rule/Romney Rule attacks. Don’t look for Mitt to back off from his free enterprise vision.


See Mitt’s Breitbart interview below the fold. (more…)

CARTOON: Mitt's Birthday Wish Comes True - His Opponents Finally Tell the Truth!

UPDATE: Great news! Mitt Romney has won the Hot Air survey for the first time! We are about the wrap up this primary so we can focus on exposing the failed leadership of President Obama!

On the momentous occasion of Mitt’s 65th birthday comes another great cartoon from Sal Velluto at MittFitts.com. Be sure to pass this cartoon around on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter for Mitt’s big day. Also sign Mitt’s birthday card here.

Click here and donate $65 (or whatever you can afford) to the campaign in honor of Mitt’s 65th birthday.

Also, listen to Mitt on the radio from earlier today here.

Finally, watch Mitt’s interview with Neil Cavuto below the fold: (more…)

Happy 2nd Birthday MRC!!

Two years ago today we launched this site with hopes of it gaining traction and being a source of news and info - all with one purpose in mind: help Governor Romney become President of the United States. Thanks to dedicated writers, and a successful promotional push, and a little SEO magic, we’re very pleased today with the results and that it is indeed a valuable resource for Romney supporters and newcomers all over the country. We have received no outside funds to run or manage this site, and all our contributors are unpaid and uncompensated in any way. True devotion to the cause and very supportive readers are what has spurred us along.

It’s not often (enough) that I get to do this, but I want thank Jayde for her unwearyingness in keeping fresh content on the front page day in and day out. Due credit should also be given to Ross and Luke who have done much behind the scenes to promote and maintain the site, and also to Dave P. for his efforts in developing many of our static pages. And to our rag-tag group of writers past and present we greatly appreciate your efforts: David K., Thomas Alan, Vox Patriota, Bosman, Jared A., and Jeff Fuller.

Just for fun I looked-up on the internet archive what our site looked like 2 years ago. Below is a small screen-grab of the oldest version I could find, October 5th 2009, about one month after we began this site. Click here to see the whole page as it was nearly 2 years ago.

Romney’s team promised that his campaign would kick it up a few notches after Labor Day, and they have kept good on their promise. Things are going to get a lot busier here over the next few months leading into the primary, and will get even crazier when he wins it. Two years down, 14 months to go.

A big thanks to all of you!

~Nate G.

It’s Christmas 2010… May Yours be Very Merry! from Mitt Romney Central



“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given, and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” ~ Isaiah 9: 6

Welcome Christmas 2010!

We relish a reprieve from life’s rush and unpredictability as Christmas reaches out to wrap its beribboned arms around us - cloaking us in time-honored traditions and faith. It’s a wondrous time to reflect on the miracle of the birth of Jesus Christ and the glory of his life…

St. Luke, chapter 2 read by Claire Bloom:

When Love Was Born sung by Mark Schultz:

Sarah McLachlan sings Silent Night:

May you be refreshed and renewed during this holiday season. And, may the timeless message of Christmas fill your hearts and homes with joy and sustain you throughout the coming year.

Merry Christmas!




from Mitt Romney Central


► Jayde Wyatt

Happy Birthday Mitt Romney! Governor Romney turns 60 on Monday!

Also out today is the new book from Hugh Hewitt. Here’s a a quick review:

You don’t need a taste for politics to devour this tome. Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of inside baseball here - details to satisfy even the most politically addicted among us - but the layman will also appreciate this candid and fair examination of Governor Mitt Romney and his presidential aspirations.

From the meticulous picture of Romney’s Mother Lenore to the savvy analysis demonstrating the angst that many conservatives have towards John McCain, Hewitt weaves facts and insights in a way that is both sympathetic and honest. The picture that emerges is not the fainting, fawning, flush that some detractors predicted. Rather, the famous chiseled chin (which Hewitt admits will be used for and against Romney) comes even more clearly into relief; wrinkles and all. And, from the interviews in the book, this seems just fine with Mitt.

“Hang a lantern on your problems…” a maxim that Romney cites in the book seems a savvy approach to both business and politics. Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, calls it “facing the brutal facts.” No doubt this was something that Romney practiced in the private sector. It’s also something that Hewitt employs throughout the book. Whether detailing the failures of George Romney’s presidential bid or handicapping the Mormon issue for Romney 2.0, Hewitt pulls no punches pressing sons, associates and political pundits about Mitt’s advantages and disadvantages in the 2008 race.

Admittedly, I’m a fan of Romney, but the book provided me with numerous angles and views I hadn’t considered before. For example, in my mind Romney has always stood solidly in the spotlight, always providing the solo with some ragtag chorus as backup. Hewitt brought into the foreground the interesting characters of Peter Flaherty, Kevin Madden, Spencer Zwick, and many others. In truth, what Hewitt shows, is that Romney is the man who brings the “team of rivals” together, constantly looking for people to challenge his assumptions and forge new ideas.

Hugh also handles the Mormon question extremely well. He provides both the pro-Mormon doctrinal viewpoint (from noted Mormon lawyer Rex E. Lee) and the detractors’ stance (from Walter Martin). Hewitt wisely leaves this doctrinal debate to the professionals but elucidates the constitutional precedent for disposing of denominational litmus tests pretty handily. The book also does a masterful job of defining what bigotry against Mormons really looks like.

Hewitt’s ultimate warning is this: “if because of his faith, he lost the Republican primaries to a less able candidate and that in turn led to the election if Hillary, the defeat of Romney on the grounds of his religious beliefs would be a great tragedy.” [page16].

In short, “A Mormon in the White House” is great read about a tremendous subject and a boon to the conservative movement in this challenging election season.