Monday, November 28, 2011

Romney allies rush to defense after new Democratic ad targets him in N.C.

Supporters of Republican Mitt Romney from around the country rushed to his defense today after the presidential candidate was targeted in a new TV ad that began in six markets including Raleigh-Durham.

The ad is taken from a new Democratic website called "Mitt v. Mitt." It shows the GOP presidential candidate making seemingly contradictory statements on issues such as abortion and health care while a narrator describes "two men trapped in one body."



The Obama campaign has been hammering Romney in North Carolina and other swing states, a sign that he's the only GOP candidate the Democrats are worried about at this point. A recent poll by the Democrat-leaning Public Policy Polling of Raleigh showed that Romney, alone among the GOP candidates, led Obama in North Carolina.

U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry of Cherryville, like allies in several other states, came to Romney's defense in coordinated conference calls with reporters. He defended Romney while criticizing President Obama.

11 comments:

Skippy said...

Just think how many lies and broken promises that can be highlighted from our failed President now that he has a track record?

The only thing our great uniter can run on is negative and you sycophants will be happy to carry his water.

Good little doggies.

Bill said...

They're just getting started with the Flopper! This guy will do and say anything to anyone in an attempt to get a vote. His constantly changing positions will provide plenty of material to show him to be a spineless fraud.

Anonymous said...

Wow. The next edition will hopefully highlight the global warming flop of the Mittster. Left 98% of the scientific minds of the world to join Fox News and the 2% that's left. Too funny....

Anonymous said...

Romney is nothing but a watered down version of Obama.

Unknown said...

The DNC is going to campaign on Romney's "flip-flopping?" Really? Like when Obama was against raising the debt ceiling in 2006 but was all for it in 2011? (And to those who will emerge from the woodwork & insist "but it's different when Obama does it..." Save it, it's not, and you're a partisan hack if you think so.)

This is the proverbial pot calling the kettle black. (And no, that’s not a racist comment.)

Anonymous said...

How did Republicans defend him? I clicked on the link to get more information, but instead just got a bunch of information about presumed democratic campaign tactics...

Where's the information and reporting?
What did Republicans like Patrick Henry say to defend him?

Anonymous said...

Here's my defense of Romney: anybody but the one we've got!

Anonymous said...

Romney is the only viable option. The rest of that crowd is a herd of freaks. Michelle Bachmann has a pretty hot set of thighs however.

Anonymous said...

This is CLEARLY just another attempt by unstable beotches (this time holding news cameras) to defame and publicly humiliate a man (this time white) based on nothing more than the facts Jack. When. Will. It. END?!?

-Herman Cain

Anonymous said...

Forget Cain already!

Mormon Mitt has been endorsed by ALL his wives.

Anonymous said...

Wow, I really like Romney, but if that sawed off little shitheel McHenry is in his camp I might just have to re-think this thing.