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Wednesday, March 7, 2007
posted by jason | 8:34 PM | permalink

That's right, good ole Brian Camenker, is becoming frustrated in his plans to thwart Romney:
"I’m just at a loss," Camenker says, "to understand how a major pro-family leader could endorse a candidate for president of the United States who continues to support adoption by homosexuals and has said that homosexuals should have these rights to adopt children — and also [that homosexuals] should have the right to domestic partnerships."
Sorry Brian. Maybe the desperation in the first half of your statement is a product of the lies in the second half?

Who is this leader Brian is crying about? None other than James Dobson.
The head of a Massachusetts pro-family group is troubled that Focus on the Family founder and chairman Dr. James Dobson is reportedly considering endorsing former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney for president. A video posted on YouTube shows Romney telling conservative commentator Ann Coulter and American Center for Law & Justice chief counsel Jay Sekulow that he had a "good meeting" with Dr. Dobson for "two hours," and that the ministry leader was "still open" to backing Romney’s run for the White House.
Well it's not official, but I have it on good word Carmenker was celebrating in December that Dobson was starting to turn against Romney. Maybe Carmenker should realize it's better to have a seat at the table than waste away throwing fruitless lightning rods.

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Um..the difference between Mitt and Camenkar is that Camenkar is will to break or bend the laws to enforce his will whereas Mitt wants to upload the will of the people without railroading others. Camenkar would have complained of anything short or arresting anyone who disagreed with Gay marriage.

There is something that comes to mind, "Those convince against their will are of the same opinion still!" If Mitt acted as Brian wanted then those who have reall power in the State would have made it even worse. Atleast now banning same-sex marriage has a chance and it cannot be undone by the crazy Libs! In the end, Camenkar would want the same thing but he is either to stupid to see or too intolerant of the slow yet ultimately sorveign wheels of the democratic process--the voter!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 7, 2007 at 9:48 PM  

Carmenker is an embarrassment to conservatives. He is like our own "Kos." I would not be surprised if he is a plant from the left.

By Anonymous GeorgiaMom, at March 7, 2007 at 9:56 PM  

Too bad that video of Camenker was removed from YouTube. It showed clearly what a bafoon he was. BTW you've misspelled his name in your post title. C-A-M-E-N-K-E-R.

I hadn't heard that news yet about Dobson. That would be great news for Mitt especially since I've heard that he is very anti-mormonism. Focus on the Family is an extremely large and influential organization that has done great things.

Thanks Nate, Fixed the spelling.

Hey MyManMitt guys! tracks money bets on the Republican nominee. It would be fun if you could link the results/trends here. McCain is collapsing, Rudy has risen, but so is Mitt and Newt is stuck at a 4. It is very fascinating.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 7, 2007 at 11:48 PM  

The White House and Mitt Romney can help each other out.

Vice President Cheney, at the "recommendation" of his doctor, should resign from office in order to protect his health. This would relieve some of the pressure on the White House post-Libby conviction and would provide a plausible getaway for Cheney - although he would have to really stay out of the limelight after he resigned and get some doctors to hold a press conference to save grace.

Then President Bush should nominate Mitt Romney as his Vice President. This king-making move would establish a clear, electable front runner for the Republican Party, around whom the Party could coalesce - and the battle would then move to who his VP running mate would be. This likewise would take the Mormon issue of the table, because it would validate his other qualifications for office and show that Pres. Bush (who is adored by the southern conservative base) anoints him as his successor.

Oh wouldn't that be a day!

What do you think?

By Anonymous Old Man Peabody, at March 8, 2007 at 1:51 PM  

Peabody's brilliant!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 8, 2007 at 6:16 PM  

Never will happen. Bush is a loyal guy and he will stick with Cheney as long Cheney wants the job.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 8, 2007 at 9:53 PM  

Uh, I don't know that hanging with Bush these days is necessarily a good thing for a Republican candidate.

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