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Poll: Romney Unlikely To Win Home State

June 20, 2011 by  

Poll: Romney Unlikely To Win Home State

Statewide polling reveals that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is not very popular in his home State — which may explain a statement Romney made in the Republican primary debate Monday night: “I am not running for governor of Massachusetts. I am running for president of the United States.”

According to a POLITICO article, in statewide polls conducted by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling (PPP), Republican Candidates Romney and Tim Pawlenty, former governors both, would likely lose primaries in their home states.

“These days, states seem to have grown tired of their hometown pols and in some cases resent their national ambitions,” the article read. “Romney, for example, was viewed unfavorably by 52 percent of Massachusetts voters in a recent PPP survey, while just 40 percent had a favorable view.”

Massachusetts citizens seem to feel betrayed by Romney.

“Locals complain that he seems to have renounced Massachusetts, giving up his mansion there in favor of a condo he purchased in 2010 and spending more time at his home in New Hampshire. On the campaign trail in 2008, he frequently used the state as a foil, mocking it as a liberal bastion,” the article read.

“There’s a feeling that (Massachusetts) was a possession he picked up along the way, and then he grew tired of it and moved on to pursue the presidency,” Todd Feinburg, the conservative co-host of a talk-radio show on Boston’s WRKO, told POLITICO.

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  • TIME

    RoMney, RINO aka Progressive
    PerrY, RINO aka Progressive

    Ok so we have that out of the way. Next.

  • Robin from Arcadia, IN

    Romney is being ‘set up’ to be the Republican nominee. He is not my choice, but watch and see. Hopefully I am wrong. I still don’t think we have a viable candidate that will sweep the next election. We don’t need a RINO!

    • Harold Olsen

      No, I believe you’re right. I believe the party will anoint him this time and even though the majority of voters may not like him, there are enough sheep in the party who will vote for whomever the party says to vote for. Contrary to popular belief, the voters DO NOT pick the candidates. The parties do. There’s no way I’ll vote for him.

    • http://naver sook young

      What we really need to see is a Paul/Bachmann ticket next year. This would get my vote. Thank you.

      Sook Young
      Wife of the Samurai

    • Jackson7268

      If Romney becomes the Republican, prepare for more of the same. This country cannot take more of the same. I hope everyone here has escape plans in place because this country is going to implode. We had better run far and fast.

  • wayne937

    I do not want Romney to get the Republican Nomination for president. Romeny is too much like Obama. Romney passed a similar health care bill in Massachusettss as did Obama for the entire country. Romney is also for the “Cap & Trade” bill and so is Romney. I believe Romney is a RINO. I do not want the “Cap & Trade” bill to pass as it is going to nearly double as energy bills. My preference is Michele Bachman. Anyone but Romney would be ok.

    • meteorlady

      Cap & Trade is the new way for politicians to make more money more money. The Clinton and Gores, an many others including Obamas (in trust of course) are heavily invested in the Chicago Climate Exchange. It’s all a scam…. and should be investigated. Goldman Sachs runs the trading floor and a small bank that was not supposed to bailed out and was is the CCX’s bank of choice. Most all the people invested in the CCX are also invested in the bank. Funny huh? Shows how corrupt our country has really become. Just Gore’s share of this venture will net him about 8 BILLION per year if it all goes through.

      • eddie47d

        I say tax the heck out of Corporate scammers and that includes Al Gore. The wealthy are not sacred idols we have to bow down to. They commit bank robberies in a far different manor but were taught not to offend those who “provide” for us. There’s not much legitimacy among the bunch of them.

        • Christin

          eddie47d,

          I think we should do MORE than “tax the heck our of them”… we should investigate, and when found ‘guilty’ of their scheming crimes to TAKE the Peoples’ hard earned money for their crumby global tax and trade SCAM they put it in THEIR bank, then we can send them to the slammer for life where they belong.

          Many of the NWO folks OWN the big companies that produce the Brand name products… and boy are they wealthy… millions and billions, not that pesky group of small business men/women who are earning $200,000 – $250,000 that ‘divide and conquer BHO’ is claiming are evil.

          • TIME

            Christin,

            Barry said it was your local ATM that was making all the problems.

            How to fix the problems – Kill the machines before they take any more jobs!

          • Christin

            TIME
            ,
            You and I both know BHO is a LIAR and deceiver of epic proportions.
            I don’t listen to his puke, do you?

          • TIME

            Christin,
            I was being rhetorical.. ;-)

          • Bus

            If he Kills the machine, does that include killing his telepromter? Where would he be without it?

          • Christin

            TIME,
            I know you were just playing… he’s just such an arrogant facist pig, ya know?

            O’s ‘thinking’ is the Problem, not the machines that people invent.

            Those that create a machine (like an ATM) buy their metal, glass, plastic and gear supplies from a dealership that employs people to make it at the specifications. They hire employees to construct and make the product in their building and then hire more people to ship and deliver their product. Which means they have to buy boxes maybe printed boxes to put them in which puts other people to work. They may also have to hire people to advertise their machine product and salesman to go to companies to sell it to them. They probably have a web site and this puts internet people to work to optimize their company. Lots of hired American people to do all this, but maybe ‘O” is right we should get rid of the machines We the People use so the UNemployment can rise up above 23%.

            A little Wisdom here please… ;)

        • http://marcum1@wildblue.net coal miner

          eddie47d,
          Al Gore is another two bit phoney.He probably would run a campaign against what scientist are trying to developed now.If it is successful.Of course he will have to make a few millon in the process.

          ScienceDaily (June 5, 2011) — Advanced biofuels — liquid transportation fuels derived from the cellulosic biomass of perennial grasses and other non-food plants, as well as from agricultural waste — are highly touted as potential replacements for gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Equally touted is the synthesis of these fuels through the use of microbes. However, many of the best candidate compounds for advanced biofuels are toxic to microbes, which presents a “production versus survival” conundrum.
          Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI) have provided a solution to this problem by developing a library of microbial efflux pumps that were shown to significantly reduce the toxicity of seven representative biofuels in engineered strains of Escherichia coli.

          “Working with all available microbial genome sequence data, we generated a library of largely uncharacterized genes and were able to devise a simple but highly effective strategy to identify efflux pumps that could alleviate biofuel toxicity in E. coli and, as a consequence, help improve biofuel production,” says Aindrila Mukhopadhyay, a chemist with JBEI’s Fuels Synthesis Division, who led this research.

          Mukhopadhyay, who also holds an appointment with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab)’s Physical Biosciences Division, is the corresponding author on a paper published in the journal Molecular Systems Biology. Co-authoring the paper with Mukhopadhyay were Mary Dunlop, Zain Dossani, Heather Szmidt, Hou-Cheng Chu, Taek Soon Lee, Jay Keasling and Masood Hadi.

          Research efforts are underway at JBEI and elsewhere to engineer microorganisms, such as E. coli, to produce advanced biofuels in a cost effective manner. These fuels, which encompass short-to-medium carbon-chain alcohols, such as butanol, isopentanol and geraniol, can replace gasoline on a gallon-for-gallon basis and be used in today’s infrastructures and engines, unlike ethanol. Biofuels made from branched carbon-chain compounds, such as geranyl acetate and farnesyl hexanoate, would also be superior to today’s biodiesel, which is made from esters of linear fatty acids. Cyclic alkenes, such as limonene and pinene, could serve as precursors to jet fuel. Although biosynthetic pathways to the production of these carbon compounds in microbes have been identified, product toxicity to microbes is a common problem in strain engineering for biofuels and other biotechnology applications.

          “In order for microbial biofuel production to be cost effective, yields must exceed native microbial tolerance levels, necessitating the development of stress-tolerant microbe strains,” Mukhopadhyay says. “It is crucial that we improve tolerance in parallel with the development of metabolic pathways for the production of next-generation biofuels.”

          Microbes employ various strategies for addressing cell toxicity but perhaps the most effective are efflux pumps, proteins in the cytoplasmic membrane of cells whose function is to transport toxic substances out of the cell. This is done actively, using proton motive force. However, to date very few of these have been characterized for efficacy against biofuel like compounds.

          “Sequenced bacterial genomes include many efflux pumps but remain a largely unexplored resource for use in engineering fuel tolerance,” Mukhopadhyay says. “We took a systematic approach to screen a library of primarily uncharacterized heterologous pumps for engineering biofuel tolerant host strains. We were then able to demonstrate that expression of a heterologous pump can increase the yield of a biofuel in the production strain.”

          Since all known solvent-resistant efflux pumps in Gram-negative bacteria fall into the hydrophobe/amphiphile efflux (HAE1) family, Mukhopadhyay and her colleagues constructed a datab

          ase of all HAE1 pumps from sequenced bacterial genomes. They then performed a bioinformatics screen to compare regions predicted to be responsible for substrate specificity to those of TtgB, a well-characterized solvent-resistant efflux pump.

          “This metric allowed us to rank the complete set of pumps and select a subset that represented a uniform distribution of candidate genes,” says Mukhopadhyay. “To construct the library, we amplified efflux pump operons from the genomic DNA of the selected bacteria, cloned them into a vector, and transformed the vector into an E. coli host strain.”

          In a series of survival competitions, the two microbial efflux pumps that performed best were the native E. coli pump AcrAB and a previously uncharacterized pump from a marine microbe Alcanivorax borkumensis.

          “We focused on the A. borkumensis pump and tested it in a strain of host microbe engineered to produce the limonene jet fuel precursor,” Mukhopadhyay says. “Microbes expressing the pump produced significantly more limonene than those with no pump, providing an important proof of principle demonstration that efflux pumps that increase tolerance to exogenous biofuel can also improve the yield of a production host.”

          Mukhopadhyay and her JBEI colleagues have begun evaluating microbial efflux pumps for other important compounds as well as inhibitors present in the carbon source from lignocellulose. They are also looking to improve the A. borkumensis pump and other high performers in their current library, and to optimize the systems by which pump genes are expressed in engineered biofuel-producing microbial strains.

          “We believe our bioprospecting strategy for biofuel tolerance mechanisms is going to be a valuable and widely applicable tool in the biotechnology field for engineering new microbial production strains,” Mukhopadhyay says.

          This research was supported by JBEI through the DOE Office of Science.

      • Christin

        meteorlady,

        Right on!

    • Harold Olsen

      Obama says Romneycare was his template for Obamacare. Yet Romney criticized Obamacare while defending Romneycare. No matter how much Romney spins it, they are the same and it will be an albatross around his neck. It’s one of the reasons why I believe that if the party forces Romney on us they’ll be giving the election to Obama. I believe that the GOP really does not want to win back the White House.

      • PatHenry52

        Not true. Sorry, whether you like or hate the guy, you all are missing the critical component to the so-called “Romney-care”…
        As a refugee (libertarian Constitutional politics and sadly, MA resident) here within the machine, I can tell you all first-hand what the situation and reality of that bill was and is.

        1 – This is MA!!! Bear in mind that unlike the sane parts of the country (North about 1 hour drive, or many miles south or west) we never had the choice between “Mandate” and “Freedom”.. seriously..
        The choice, due to the overwhelming Juggernaut of left machinery, the choice was “Mandate” or “Total takeover/single payer/redistribution of health”… and with the sorry state of the 2nd amendment, that rarely mentioned 3rd option wasn’t viable either. So please don’t assume that given sanity, competitive elections or ANYWHERE ELSE, that the thing would have been similar or even exist at all.

        2 – That bill is “Kennedy-care”.. pure and simple. We have (after the sweeping R victory – like 3 state rep. seats.. Go back and look, we were the ONLY state that kept ALL the same crooks in 2010).

        3 – There is the 1 thing that tells the whole story that makes the 2 very different (and Barry’s far scarier). The RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION. I have, since the fraud.. I mean law’s inception, simply declared that I am religiously scrupulous of purchasing their horse manure.. I mean “redistribution of health” plan. (My religion is “Liberty”, btw) and so long as I don’t take from the dole to cover my bills and simply assert that they’ll have me in it over thier cold dead hands (NH is a short trip to get my best hardware, any item of that sort stays in MA no more than 6days at a time as I won’t register my rightful 2A protected property.), I do not give the gov’t my information or pay their fines. Obviously there is no such clause in Barry’s bill to fully exempt an individual (as unfavorable a case as such requirements being necessary is), as it would defeat the purpose of compelling us into single payer by threat of violence and oppressive captivity.

        So I don’t ask that you support the man, but please don’t make demonstrably false accusations!! Personally, I’ll take a Romney/Huckabee (I can’t stand that guy) any day over a Barry/Slo’Joe.. though I’ll pray to any God willing to help to get a Paul/Cain pres/velect!!

    • Christin

      wayne937,
      I’m in agreement with you on that one.

      NO obamacare for 2012…. Facist
      NO romneycare for 2012….RINO Progressive
      and NO hillarycare for 2012…NWO, Builderburg Progressive

      I like Michele Bachman and Ron Paul for the best Conservative Choices for the Republican party … we’ll have to see if TPTB that control the LSM media will let them be the front runners.

      • Christin

        Guess TPTB have already spoken and won’t let Conservative Republican Presidencial candidate for 2012 Gary Johnson participate in the Republican debates on CNN… see Judges Napolitano’s video posted on the side.

      • http://naver sook young

        I also agree with you, but I know the MSM will go after them like a pack of wolves. Thank you.

        Sook Young
        Wife of the Samurai

  • wayne937

    I meant to say that Romney is for the “Cap & Trade” bill as is Obama. We don’t wqant our energy bills to double. At Least I don’t.

  • http://aol.com sean murrey ILLInio

    He is a rino i wouldnt vote for him.

  • C130 Gunship

    The problem with the entire field of Republican RINOs is the simple fact that the Republicans are attempting to find the perfect GOP candidate for the party, not the perfect person for the country. This attempt will ruin the country if they are successful.

    • meteorlady

      Ron Paul…..is not a RINO and is good for this country.

    • bob wire

      that’s what they always do spooky.

  • bob wire

    I don’t believe Mitt ever planed to carry Mass,

    It’s looking like the only one with gloves on is a girl today.

    Maybe it’ll change?

    ~ and if you do see a need for curtailing the output of omissions, Cap & Trade won’t float your boat.

    Energy is fairy priced at 100.00 per barrel of crude today.

    There is just to many middlemen between supply and demand of energy.

    My guess is, many Tea Partiers are these middle men and dabble in the markets, there by making them a part of the problem.

    The agreement being, if they didn’t someone else would I suppose.

    But I don’t believe the Tea Party center focus is on “pocket book” issues but the belief that their GOD need to be installed into government. How do you feel about such a statement?

    • bob wire

      oops! “don’t see a need”

    • Loyd Smith

      You’re right, bob wire, to the extent that the function of the federal government has been, at least since the early nineties, to inhibit our energy independence and productive capacity. Most of the, “middle-men,” that you are referring to are a result of federal over-regulation and screwy, anti-business tax structure. For every regulatory bureaucrat and tax created by the government, private business has to create or hire (in the form of attorneys or compliance, “experts”) its own non-productive bureaucrats in order to try to negate the government regulations and taxes. It’s the old, “snowball,” effect – and it’s killing us, not only energy-wise but in nearly every area of productive business.

    • Harold Olsen

      Whether Romney carries Massachusetts or not is probably irrelevant. Clinton didn’t carry Arkansas, remember?

      • Palin12

        …and Gore did not carry Tennessee, costing him the election.

        • http://naver sook young

          That is so true. All that childish acting by the liberals over Florida was for nothing and cost taxpayer money. Go Paul/Bachmann! Thank you.

          Sook Young
          Wife of the Samurai

  • Loyd Smith

    “Cap & Trade,” his own version of, “Obama-Care.” Shades of the RINO Congress after the 1994 elections! The RINOs are preparing to loose the Presidential election and to do it to us again if, as is likely, they win both houses of Congress.

    I agree with C130 Gunship.

  • meteorlady

    I do not understand, or maybe I do, why the press is saying Romney is the front runner. I don’t know anyone that wants to vote for him. Most people I know are for Ron Paul and he’s not getting any publicity because the media is afraid of him so they just portray him as a fringe outsider. Sad that we don’t have any journalist left that will tell a story in total and honesty without bias.

    • bob wire

      or ! that reflects just how “out of touch” you are with the rest of the nation.

      or as you suggest, the media is offering some spin to what’s really happening on the ground.

      My guess , a little of both! ~ Today the media is attempting to “invent” the news. Large concerns have products to sell and spend huge amount of money to create “fads” and “hypes” to make their new products “desirable” ~ The “News” itself is not by any means immune to the “hype”

      and as for any person, ~ we “ARE” the center of our own universe!
      As a rule, We don’t go around people that we don’t agree with or socialite them if it can be avoided.

      You’ve got your select friends and you all agree “O” is destroying the universe.

      • PatHenry52

        Sir, I doubt many here would credit the President with the capacity to destroy the universe. He is merely continuing a long unraveling of social order, slicing larger and larger chunks from the constitution (and no doubt would shred that pesky 2nd amendement part if nobody were watching – thank you NRA/NAGR/Halbrook,etc) and siphoning power from the individual to the central authority… Nothing new except the speed at which he’s trying to do it.

        Romney is the front-runner among the only voters that really matter, the Fed, the political class founder/sustainers and bankers. Hence, he’s the front-runner. Sadly the notion that we want the gov’t OUT of the whole business, rather than just the side we don’t like, will always put Paul at odds with the afore-mentioned. Hence he cannot be the “front-runner”… perhaps we’ll lock down voting and not let those that benefit from one outcome vs. the other control the counting of the “ballots”, but I doubt it for at least a few more years (minimum).

  • eddie47d

    Mitt Romney isn’t a terrible person but is quite arrogant about his wealth and status. He claims Massachusetts when it is convenient and denounces the state when it suits his fancy or political need. He does have a $10 million dollar home in New Hampshire and a $12.5 million dollars home in La Jolla California.He also claims to have a $400,000 townhouse in Massachusetts that his son lives in.Mitt does not pay taxes on it but used it as a place of residence to vote in the 2009 election for US Senate. That in it’s self is illegal since he lived in California at the time of voting.

  • Bob Marshall

    Mitt can’t be all bad. Sfter all, he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. The organization that has our best interst at heart. Right?

  • s

    i will vote for romney is he runs in 2084

    • Blueshoes

      GREAT!!!!! response. :)

  • iamone3

    I`m an Independent voter and will not vote for Romney. My preference is Ron Paul, but I would consider Michelle Bachman if she is nominated.

    • JLC

      iamone3 — I, too, favor Ron Paul, but I believe that his son, Rand, would be a stronger candidate. My presonal idea of a strong team would — any two of the three — Rand Paul, Michelle Bachman, and Herman Cain — in the two top spots, with Ron Paul as Speaker of the House.

      • iamone3

        I don`t believe Rand Paul is a candidate unless i missed something. Ron Paul is my favorite and I may write him in if he doesn`t win the Republican nomination.

  • chuckb

    news flash, romney is ahead in the polls, 25% of california republicans polled choose him and at the same time a majority of california voters will re-elect barry. doesn’t this figure, california a welfare state, dominated by minorities and unionized state workers.

    i wonder if these people even think, the state is bankrupt, they are waiting and praying for the debt ceiling to be raised so barry can loan them some money. they have one of the most inefficient and liberal administrations in the u.s. and they love barry. california mentality.

  • Dennis

    If the country carries this RINO its a mistake, Note: Romney is Obsama in Republican form, check his record, Another big Azz Mistake America.

    • iamone3

      Romney is the worst possible candidate (IMO), then again I felt the same way about McCain. Ron Paul is the only candidate that can beat Obama.

  • http://AOL.COM FRENCHIE

    IS ANYBODY ELSE GETTING SICK OF THE G.O.P.’S ATTEMPTS TO CRAM MITT ROMNEY DOWN OUR THROATS ? I’M A REPUBLICAN, BUT C’MON, GUYS…MITT ROMNEY’S A F*CKIN’ RINO OF THE WORST KIND. AFTER THE LAST REPUBLICAN DEBATE, THEY CONDUCTED A STRAW POLL & MITT ROMNEY CAME IN LAST PLACE. I’M MORE THAN HAPPY TO REPORT THAT RON PAUL TOOK IT, HANDS DOWN. THAT’S 2 THAT HE’S WON THAT I KNOW OF. YEAH, HE GOT LIKE OVER 600+ VOTES. HIS CLOSEST COMPETITOR GOT 1/2 OF THAT, BUT I CAN’T REMEMBER RIGHT OFF HAND WHO THAT WAS, SORRY. BUT I CAN’T HELP BUT WONDER WHY ALL THESE OTHER POLLS SAY ROMNEY’S IN THE LEAD ? I AIN’T VOTING FOR HIM & NO OTHER REPUBLICAN THAT I PERSONALLY KNOW LIKES HIM. IN FACT, THEY ALL SAY HE’S AN UNELECTABLE RINO, TOO. THEY REFUSE TO VOTE FOR HIM, EITHER. SO WHY IS IT THAT THEY’RE WASTING TIME GROOMING HIM FOR THE NOMINATION IF NOBODY WANTS TO VOTE FOR HIM ? ARE THEY TRYING TO THROW THE ELECTION ? YOU HAVE TO SERIOUSLY WONDER WHAT THEY’RE THINKING. I KNOW, POLLS DON’T REALLY MEAN JACK AT THIS POINT. BUT IT’S FUNNY HOW RON PAUL’S ALREADY WON 2 OF ‘EM HANDS DOWN, AIN’T IT ? I TAKE IT AS A GOOD SIGN, IF NOTHING ELSE. I’M ALSO STARTING TO REALLY SUSPECT THAT RON PAUL HAS A WHOLE LOT MORE SUPPORT THAN THE GOP’S LETTING ON THAT HE DOES. IT’S JUST SMALL SIGNS HERE & THERE. BUT LATELY, THERE’S JUST WAY TOO MANY OF THESE “SMALL SIGNS” TO IGNORE. JUST ONE MAN’S OPINION, BUT THIS IS A GOOD THING. I’VE NEVER BEEN ONE OF THESE “SHEEPLE” THAT JUST SWALLOWS EVERYTHING THE PARTY SAYS HOOK, LINE, & SINKER. THIS IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF WHY. RON PAUL IS GAINING MOMENTUM ON A DAILY BASIS & IF WE’RE LUCKY, HE’LL BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT. IF YOU HAVEN’T CHECKED HIM OUT YET, GO TO YOUTUBE.COM, RONPAUL.COM, OR RONPAUL2012.COM & LISTEN TO WHAT HE HAS TO SAY. YOU MAY BE SURPRISED TO FIND OUT THAT HE’S BEEN SAYING THE SAME THINGS WE’VE ALL BEEN SAYING FOR OVER 20 YEARS & HIS MESSAGE HASN’T CHANGED ONE BIT IN THAT TIME. TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO LISTEN TO HIM & THEN MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND ABOUT HIM. YOU’LL FIND OUT THE MAN’S ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT & DOESN’T BULLS#IT ONE BIT !!! YOU’LL END UP THINKING “IMAGINE THAT… AN HONEST, INTELLIGENT MAN WORTH VOTING FOR, HMMMM”. R3VOLUTION, BABY !!! RON PAUL 2012 !!!

    • Allan

      Frenchie- When you do all caps, fewer people will read it.

  • azwayne

    Really pathetic, journalism-NO, meida propaganda. Romney does nothing, Bilderberg media can do mothing but make up statements and slogans to keep Romney in headlines. 80% of voters are total popularity, Know nothing about good or bad simply awareness. So this is how propaganda media controls elections and campaigns. We have NO trustworthy or worthwhile media so we as conservative citizens need to do the job, be planning prepare to get active. It’s all awareness, auto signs, yard signs, internet, emails, true honest rallies.

  • i41

    Bachman/Palin would still be the best, all demswould be going nuttier than possible, and rinos and the good ole boys, hate them both, so they both are batting a 1000. All the snake eyes elitist b–ches hate them for actually talking about something intelligent, instead of the 3 types of fur dry, oily, and normal. The pusified metrasexuals hate them because they could snap there worthless necks like breaking a twig. think of wiener boy.

  • Janice Fortin

    We have to be careful that the “media?” claims the winner is a
    NO CONTEST CANDIDATE……WHICH IS WHAT MCCAIN WAS!

    NO MORE NO CONTEST CANDIDATES. AMERICA NEEDS REAL. REAL STRENGTH.
    REAL PRO AMERICA. REAL AS OPPOSED TO FRAUD.
    AMERICA DESERVES REAL AND AMERICA WILL GET IT.
    DON’T PAY ATTENTION TO POLLS.
    POLLS ARE PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE DUNCES! DAMN SICK PSYCHOLOGY!

    • PatHenry52

      Sure they weren’t just refering to ANY AND ALL MA election over the last 30 years except for maybe 2-4 rare exceptions (including Scott Brown)?? It’s a rare thing to see any contested seat from local up to Federal level on any ballot, primary, general or special, in this cesspool, I mean communist-wealth, I mean -Commonwealth….

  • Stephen

    I am originally from the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts and lived there when he was governor, relocated to Dixie after he left office. Mitt Romney was not a conservative then and not one now, he was better than the current governor (obama clone), Deval Patrick. He is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, does not want the Federal Reserve audited or ended? Was not Pro Gun while in Massachusetts (I would give him a “C”). He did sign the Massachusetts medical care bill that the majority did not want, sound familiar. It has been a disaster for Massachusetts and glad I do not live there any longer.

    He did some sound financial things and the state had a surplus under him, as to be honest. My opinion is that Mitt is a Neo Con and would only be a little better than George Bush. Any politician that comes out of the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts is a Socialist. Senator Brown has been a questionable conservative, initially he came across as a good conservative and then started to vote as a Neo Con. He is much better than Ted Kennedy, but what does that really mean?

    I stand with Ron Paul or Michelle Bachmann, as they are constitutionalists

  • CJM

    The fact that Romney couldn’t carry his own home state in a Presidential campaign is not surprising…after all, he left them holding the bag with his ‘romneycare’ (aka: obamacare) that the people did NOT want. He claims it is working; the state says otherwise. A vote for romney means more obama years under a different color. Far as I’m concerned, romney isn’t fit to run for dogcatcher.

  • John

    Having lived through the ROMNEY govenorship I can tell you that my health care cots in every way went up more than a third. HOWEVER, everybody is missing ROMNEY’s secret tax increases. My FEES for everything are now doubled or trippled. Right to carry permit fee was $25.00, it is now #100.00. Register your car and find the fees doubled. And it goes on and on. The fees are squandered on incompeten political hack employees and phony resultless programs. Hear my words, MITT ROMNEY is s CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER to the American society.

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