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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Jay Sekulow and Sen. Scott Brown Speak Up for Mitt Romney at CPAC 2010 - Video 2/18/10


Here is video of Jay Sekulow and Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown speaking up in behalf of Gov. Mitt Romney at CPAC. Sekulow introduced Brown who then introduced Mitt Romney.

Sekulow said he hopes Romney becomes the GOP Nominee for 2012. Brown stopped short of that, but said that everyone needs to listen to what Romney has to say, because he knows how to rebuild the U.S. Economy.

3 comments:

Anonymous,  February 19, 2010 at 10:15 AM  

Sekulow must have gone off the deep end. Romney is no conservative on social issues and was completely unsuccessful in dealing with the economy in Massachusetts. Why on Earth would Sekulow want this arrogant person to be the Republican nominee for 2012? Does he hate us or something?

Of course, when CPAC is run almost completely by Romney cronies, it was probably a perfect thing to say, if you just want to be popular at that moment. But, it's at the sacrifice of principled conservatism and reveals lack of willingness to check out a candidate's true background before stating publicly to a large and influential audience that you want that candidate to be the President of the US. Romney's economic record
as Governor of Massachusetts was thoroughly studied and exposed as the 2nd worst in the US during Romney's 4 year tenure, with only hurricane-ravaged Louisiana being worse, in many important categories. He also got the marriage license to now read Party A and Party B, instead of Husband and Wife and he managed to sneak in $50, tax-payer subsidized, elective abortions. He even passed a Hillary-Care like bill that is costing too much and is busting the Mass budget; he knew that the state is run by libs and that the program was going to be even worse when they got their greedy paws into it, but now he acts like he shouldn't have had to see that coming. You can google the economic record that I mentioned - It's found in the Boston Globe.
By Andrew Sum and Joseph McLaughlin | July 29, 2007

Brian February 19, 2010 at 10:21 AM  

I was also very surprised to hear Sekulow just come right out and say that. No matter what a person thinks of Romney now, it is indisputable that Romney is a late-comer to many conservative positions. As late as 1994 and after he was Pro-choice, particularly when he ran against Ted Kennedy for the U.S. Senate.

louise lee,  February 20, 2010 at 8:53 PM  

MY FIRST ADOPTED SON IS AN ATTORNEY
WHO KNOWS MITT ROMNEY WELL....AND I CANNOT BELIEVE THE POSTS RE MITT
ARE REAL...I THINK WE HAVE A FEW
(WOLVES IN SHEEPS CLOTHING HERE)
MITT ROMNEY IS ONE OF THE FINEST
MEN I HAVE EVER MET...AND ALSO ONE
OF THE SMARTEST...HE LITERALLY
+SAVED+ THE OLYMPICS IN SALT LAKE..
HE IS A VERY GOOD MAN...AND SHOULD
BE PRESIDENT..HE WILL PUT THIS COUNTRY ON AN EVEN FINANCIAL BASIS.
LOUISE LEE, SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA

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