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Tuesday, January 22, 2008
posted by Kyle Hampton | 3:57 PM | permalink
Boston, MA – Today, Governor Mitt Romney issued the following statement on former Senator Fred Thompson withdrawing his candidacy for President of the United States:

"Throughout this campaign, Fred Thompson brought a laudable focus to the challenges confronting our country and the solutions necessary to meet them. He stood for strong conservative ideas and believed strongly in the need to keep our conservative coalition together. Ann and I would like to extend our best wishes to Fred, Jeri and their family and congratulate them on their efforts during this campaign."

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4 Comments:


I second the motion made by others for a Romney/Thompson ticket. I have really come to like Fred Thompson.



MittandFred.blogspot.com



I like Fred Thompson also, however I don't think another southern old white guy is going to help against Hillary or Obama.

Mitt would need to "think outside the box" (yes I hate the phrase also) and perhaps go with a woman, black, or hispanic. It is identity politics, but thats life.

Look for JC Watts, Michael Steele, Marsha Blackburn, Gov Palin.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 22, 2008 at 4:56 PM  


Conservatives do not believe in affirmative action hires even for the VP. Here's hoping the VP candidate is the best person for the job regardless of race, gender or religious affiliation.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 22, 2008 at 7:29 PM  



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