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Thursday, February 1, 2007
posted by Scott Allan | 12:17 PM | permalink
mitt romney, scott allan, mymanmitt.comI'd like to introduce myself. I am Scott Allan of Scott Allan's World and I am honored to have been invited into My Man Mitt's Blogger Pool. I have included a picture of my beautiful family since I am nothing without them. I blog about anything that interests me including family, sports, news, technology, and entertainment with a strong emphasis on politics. Here is my post where I endorsed Mitt Romney on January 9, 2007.

I grew up in Massachusetts and voted for Romney when he ran a good race against Ted Kennedy. Growing up in Massachusetts and ending up a Republican is not an easy task. My father was a Reagan Republican and showed me the the virtues and benefits of conservatism, self-reliance, hard work, equal opportunity, capitalism, low taxes, and love of my country. I majored in Politics at Brandeis University and was probably one of three Republicans on campus. The experience was good as I was highly exposed to progressive liberalism which not only strengthened my conservative beliefs, but also gave me some perspective on how the other side thinks.

I moved to the more Republican friendly New Hampshire shortly before Romney was elected Governor of Massachusetts, but I followed the election and his term as Governor closely. I have since moved down to Birmingham, Alabama which I must say is quite different from the culture of Massachusetts. I love living here. It's very family oriented and people down here LOVE the United States of America as they should.

I hope to be able to contribute to this blog from time to time. For today, I just wanted to mention that Ann Coulter was on Hannity and Colmes O'Reilly last night and was giving her opinion on the Republican candidates. She got quite excited when Mitt Romney's name was mentioned. He is clearly her favorite at the moment. Besides his stance on the issues, she likes the fact that he is a conservative in a liberal state and can convince liberals to vote for him. The liberal media darling Barack Obama may be charismatic and attractive but so far he's one dimensional and he's no Mitt Romney. Not only is Romney highly charming, he also has an incredible resume of success. As I always say, the more you hear Mitt, the more you'll like him.

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Good to have you on board!


Nice blog you have there Scott. I used to live in B'ham and loved it too! What a contrast it must be for you being from MA. Keep up the good work!

Jeff Fuller

Actually, Ann Coulter said that last night on the O'Reilly Factor. Here's the link to the video.


Ah yes you're right! Sorry. All the shows ran together on me! That's what I get for watching tv while working.

Yet another Mormon supporter, can't we find some who aren't?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 1, 2007 at 2:23 PM  

I'm not a Mormon.

By Anonymous Dave Burris, at February 1, 2007 at 5:22 PM  

I have no idea whether he is or isn't.

Frankly it makes no difference here at MMM, we are not in the buisness of discrimination. If Discrimination is what you want, try Joe Biden for President.

Hey anonymous,

Try I don't think they're Mormon. Yet, they strangely support Mitt. You just don't seem to understand how that is possible, do you? You're like those women from South Carolina. Romney's religion was just too different for them to support his candidacy.

Hello! This isn't about religion. It's about the best guy for the job.

Romney will eventually convince enough people of all faiths (and some w/o faiths) that he will be the best leader. His Mormon faith will not be the obstacle you think it is.

Mitt will win and affect enormous positive changes in this country. He'll do these things not because he's Mormon, but because he's Mitt Romney: a wonderful leader w/ an incredicle set of skills. Even you will benefit as a result! What unthinkable, even heretical thoughts!

Just checked,

Scotts not mormon.

Well you do have a beautiful family indeed.

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