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Tuesday, August 7, 2007
posted by Anonymous | 2:21 PM | permalink
I was musing at the silliness of the debate on Sunday, especially the part where they asked Romney to respond to a desperate and negative campaign telephone call from Senator Brownback. The phone calls are really pathetic. The Senator has forgotten that there is a struggle to be waged against those who are actively promoting abortion laws (including Giuliani, hello? not to mention the democrats) and has instead decided he wants to tear down someone who is pro-life. I think that Americans, like myself, want a leader who is not afraid to change their minds and to do what is right when confronted with the tough choices of office. Romney has proven his pro-life credentials for which he took a lot of flack in Massachusetts.

Having said all of that, I have come up with my top 10 things that I thought would have been fun if Romney had said them in response. Obviously, Romney is a nicer person than I and wouldn't have said most of these things and I wouldn't recommend them anyway, but I thought they would have been fun, nonetheless.

10. I'll simply turn the other cheek on that one and point out for those people the Senator has misinformed that I came down on the side of life on every issue I faced as Governor and to suggest otherwise is simply false.

9. I'm sure on election day that the voters will show the Senator that the Republican Party is not a single issue party and will reject a single issue candidate.

8. People who distort the truth have never led America anywhere good.

7. Those of you out there listening to the pro-life advocates be warned, Sam Brownback is coming to get you if you are persuaded.

6. I suppose the Senator is just upset that short of being pro life longer, I've got him beat on every other issue.

5. The Senator had better watch out, Dr. Ron Paul has been pro-life much longer than him.

4. Obviously, in the hustle and bustle of the campaign the Senator has forgotten the adage that applies when you don't have anything nice to say.

3. I'm flattered that the Senator thinks I am the candidate to beat, I just wish he would mention more of my ideas for the country in his telephone calls.

2. Well, I have a small gift given to me by one of my grandchildren that I'd like to offer the Senator, it is a bracelet with the letters WWJD.

1. "I get tired of people that are holier-than-thou because they've been pro-life longer than I have." (Obviously the best response. Go Mitt!!!)

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Proposed response...
Why does Senator Brownback direct his hate and venom at confirmed pro-life people? Does he not understand converting folks to our side IS THE GOAL?
Does the fact that Senator Brownback was a Methodist one day and a Catholic the next make him a Flip Flopper?

By Anonymous GeorgiaMom, at August 7, 2007 at 3:35 PM  

Sam, the Pharisees and Sadducees aren’t mentioned in the Bible as a guide on how to behave.

By Anonymous bjalder26, at August 7, 2007 at 5:22 PM  

Well, now you know why Sam didn't get a job on my staff. He constantly gets my views wrong.

By Anonymous bjalder26, at August 7, 2007 at 5:25 PM  

I think it's great Romney bloggers are talking about Brownback like he's the embidiment of every injustice in the world. I just want to tell them, buck up. If that's an unfair trial, Romney's base is pretty immature.

Embidiment? Hmmm, well I think we're discussing Brownback not out of fear that he's a valid candidate, or a whining sense of unfairness, but rather because it's funny to see such a huge target on such a small person.

Mr. Brownback has chosen the low road by failing to observe some of the basic Christian ideals he believes himself is the embodiment of.

My proposed response:

"Senator Brownback, are you honestly representing to the audience of this debate and voters across America that that the reason you would do a better job of leading the free world is because you have been pro-life longer than me? That's really your platform? Really?"

Immature? At least my candidate's website is not substantially devoted to bashing another candidate. Romney is the candidate of ideas for the party of ideas.

"party of ideas" I agree with you there. It only took Romney half a century to figure that out. (as he was a registered independant before that).

The Dude is obviously a Troll and most likely from another campaign.
******Don't Feed The Trolls********

By Anonymous NotSamBrownback, at August 8, 2007 at 7:37 AM  

The Dude is definately a troll. He runs a blog for McCain's imploded campaign.

The Dude-

The fact that Romney was once independant is irrelevant. Regan was once Democrat. Intelligent people are open minded enough to change when reason dictates they should. An example of this would be McCain's media team, which many consider the best in the business. They chose McCain because he was once a viable candidate. When his viability disappeared, they quit. You should too.

I just looked at Sam Brownback's campaign website and it had several anti-Romney mentions, with a couple of hits against Huckabee.
Brownback's going against them because they are the top 2 expected in the Ames Straw Poll.
Brownback is hurting the race by bringing negativity and hate into it, resorting to dirty campaign tactics because he himself lacks substance, running as the "Christian guy" while running a demogoguery-filled campaign using human rights as a pie-in-the-sky platform. Take a look.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at August 9, 2007 at 7:18 PM  

The ONLY person Sam Brownback has hurt during this campaign is SAM BROWNBACK.
He went from a highly respected member of the Senate to a whiny, mean spirited little boy.
He is going to give Hagel a run for his money as they least pleasant Republican on Capital Hill.

By Anonymous GeorgiaMom, at August 9, 2007 at 7:50 PM  

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