Tuesday, January 10, 2012

When Will Mitt Romney Implode?

Mitt Romney is beginning to lose his cool on the campaign trail. His arrogance is surfacing early in the game. Perhaps if there’s a primary upset like Jon Huntsman winning New Hampshire we could see a Howard Dean type meltdown. Being from Massachusetts he is far from endearing to us. We know when Romney was Governor & eying national office he led the homophobic charge against allowing our LGBT community the same marriage rights as other citizens in Massachusetts in both marriage or civil unions. The 2012 GOP New Hampshire Primary has begun. The 1st vote in the small town of Dixville Notch, New Hampshire were cast ballots in the state's presidential primary election just after midnight. Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman & Gov. Mitt Romney each won 2 votes of the 9 cast in the contest. Newt Gingrich & U.S. Rep. Ron Paul each received 1 vote. Democratic ballots cast 3 votes for President Obama.
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Anonymous R. Clarke Cooper said...

Final pre-primary polls out of New Hampshire show strong support for Jon Huntsman, Ron Paul and Mitt Romney. It is not a coincidence that these are also the candidates who demonstrated respect as elected officials for LGBT Americans and focused on economic rather than social issues. Governor Jon Huntsman is rising quickly in the polls as voters respond to his pragmatic, commonsense conservative message, including his unapologetic support of civil unions. Even candidates like Senator Rick Santorum are learning that his past antigay language is not going to keep him in the top-tier, while Gingrich and Perry, who have doubled-down on divisive rhetoric, are floundering. In the state which proudly proclaims, 'live free or die,' the path to victory is support for freedom for all.

R. Clarke Cooper, Log Cabin Republicans Executive Director

January 10, 2012 at 8:57 AM  

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