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Thursday, January 31, 2008
posted by My Klob | 8:50 AM | permalink
Forgive me - I don't step up in this group very often.  For the Article 6 blog to be maximally effective, it requires a certain aloofness.
But as I am reading through the blogs this morning, I am sensing too much resignation, too much sense that the rest of the nation just does not get it when it comes to Mitt, too much going through the motions.  In the emails there is too much talk of commitment and not enough talk of winning - fighting for the cause.
Friends, this is not over, Mitt Romney is not a loser and neither are his supporters.  Mitt Romney is THE inheritor of the Reagan legacy, and many of you are too young to really remember Ronald Reagan, but one thing overwhelmingly marked him - confidence and optimism.  Ronald Reagan simply knew that the American people would resonate to his message, and they did.  He even knew that when Gerry Ford beat him.
The Romney candidacy remains the leader and it is not playing catch-up.  The Romney candidacy carries the torch for greatest political coalition this nation has ever seen..  That my friends is a winner and as the supporters of that banner we should act and think like winners.
I hope you are not in this because of "commitments" - I hope you are in this because it is what is best, and if anything marks the United States it is her ability to somehow muddle into the best.
Fight hard - play fair - act like the winners you are.
John Schroeder
Salmon & Schroeder, Inc.
(818) 249-9228
FAX: (818) 249-8081
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John - you are right! Thank you for the reminder. This is a really important time to stay strong and keep faith in those things that are so important to us and which Mitt represents.

Well that was an odd post. I think it was supposed to be inspirational, but it came off more as a reprimand and an advertisement for your company.

Let's see if you put your money where your mouth is. I posted a donation challenge yesterday and I do not see your name there. Hopefully it's because you've already donated the max $2300.00 allowable by law.

It's still early in the game and I for one am still optimistic. The cream always rises to the top.

Scott, I bet that John has made a financial donation to Mitt's campaign already. He's been blogging away for Mitt for several months and it's a great blog.

I'm one of those voters who wouldn't be outraged by a McCain/Romney ticket. It would make sense to me. I think Romney is better than McCain, and Romney has my vote until the fat lady sings in this primary. But lets quit acting like a McCain presidency would be a disaster. Romney and McCain have complimentary virtues. Imagine them united running against the democrats. It brings a smile to my face.

Besides, for all the people out there who actually are concerned about the Mormon issue, Romney as VP for 4 years would do good things to smooth that issue over.

Of course, McCain was my number 2 choice all along despite the facts of his less conservative resume bullet points. My opinion: Everybody should stick with Mitt until the end, and see where this goes, but let's not get hysterical.

By Anonymous Romney Guy, at January 31, 2008 at 12:02 PM  

The world will not end if McCain becomes President, but he is not my second or even third choice. He's strong on terror (except for Gitmo and water boarding) and spending which are my top 2 priorities but from there he falls off my radar.

As for John, I'm sure he's a great guy and I appreciate anyone who is on the right side of the issues on this election. His post chastises us to "act like the winners you are." My point is that anybody who participates here is firmly behind Mitt and there should be no judgment about who is acting the most committed. Actions speak louder than an occasional post and to me a campaign contribution would be much more productive, admirable, and inspiring than a hand-slap. We're all on the same team and there is no point in calling out the other bloggers on the tone of their contributions to this blog.

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