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How amazing and disgusting is that? Huckabee is on Sean Hannity right now. Sean doesn’t even try to show his disdain for the demolition of the Republican party Huckabee would cause. Sean promised to ask Slick Mike some tough questions. The issue of Huck’s illegal immigration problems. Huckabee’s lines were straight from Gov. Romney’s stump speech. Even the voice inflection was Mitt’s. He’s using the talking points that it’s not about “illegal immigration, it’s about legal immigration”.

Also, as a side note, from Mark Levin, Dick Morris and Newt Gingrich are secretly working for the Hucakbee camp. See here for the details. Morris said during the Newsmax website, that O’Reilly from Foxnews would be upset with him for siding with a candidate since he is supposed to be objective.

Also, Huckabee’s camp aired way more negative ads than they admit.

Sean Hannity really cornered Mike Huckabee on today’s show. It was one of several times when the Joker was speechless. Sean Hannity is on to the game that Joker is playing and thankfully addressed the profound disdain the people of our party have towards Mike Huckabee.

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 Boston, MA – Today, Romney for President New Hampshire Senior Adviser and former New Hampshire Attorney General Tom Rath issued the following statement regarding the McCain campaign and push polling allegations:

“Yesterday, Senator McCain’s New Hampshire Vice Chairman chose to make an outrageous and irresponsible allegation by implying the Romney campaign had a connection to these calls. We know that New Hampshire voters reject these statements and so should Senator McCain. A half-hearted apology cannot undo these reckless comments. This election should be about issues and not baseless accusations, and I am calling on Senator McCain’s New Hampshire Vice Chairman to immediately step down so that we can all move forward.”

Today, Romney for President Campaign Manager Beth Myers issued the following statement regarding the McCain campaign’s push polling allegations

http://www.mittromney.com/News/Press-Releases/Myers_Statement_McCain_Push_Polling

Boston, MA – Today, Romney for President Campaign Manager Beth Myers issued the following statement regarding the McCain campaign and push polling allegations:

“The Romney campaign had nothing to do with these alleged push polling calls. It is reckless, irresponsible and egregious for the McCain campaign to even mention the Romney campaign in relation to these calls. If they have any proof, let’s see it. If not, Senator McCain should immediately apologize for the actions of his own campaign.”

 

 

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Dick Morris is on a webscast by Newsmax right now. He has called the 2008 election as a win for the Democrats. He said that the Republicans, in particular Bush, have ruined their chances in the country. He also said Romney’s out of the race because he can’t get over being “Mormon” and “which is a shame”.

Also, he predicts the Republican party is over for several reasons, one in particular because the Spanish vote will be 20% by 2020. This is just from legal immigration and has little to do with illegal. Our party has handed this significant sector over to the Democrats. He warns our party is in serious trouble and that there is still a very high likelihood that Clinton will still win.

He also really cautions that money and paid advertising has little to do with the support of candidates because media spin is so strong that this is what people are really paying attention to. In essence, people are listening to their pulpits and news and getting their information about candidates there. This has played an enormous role in the rise of Huckabee and Obama. Also negative advertising stops working. “Roaches get immune to roach spray.” It demeans the political process and people don’t want it in their homes.

There you have it folks. I would seriously consider voting Democrat if Huckabee, McCain or even Giuliani were the nominee. They are already liberal anyway but it is something to consider an anti-anti-Mormon vote going on in this nation.

I have to say that a few rural Evangelical women in Iowa deciding the fate of my party is gut-wrenching. This firmly concludes in my mind that Iowa has WAY too much power. I think that the only way this could ever work is if all states voted on the same day. It is just shocking that our country has made these choices.

Let’s hope he’s wrong.

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Listening to Rush today… He is beside himself. In short, he has done everything he can to warn conservatives for confusing populism with conservatism. He is horribly disappointed in the voters and what they accomplished in Iowa voting with their hearts and not their heads. Yes, he acknowledges the angst of middle income families even though he doesn’t see it himself. If it is really so, then it is not for us to look to a person or a candidate to “fix” us and our problems. We are to tap into the American spirit of self-reliance. If we are looking to the government to save us than we might as well hand over everything else over to the government.

Rush says that he says all these things because he loves us, he loves America, and he is hurt that the people of Iowa have abandoned conservative principles.

He’s got a lot to say, and we would all do well to wake up and see what these choices are and will do to our country.

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N.H. doubts it will ID push poll culprits before vote


CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire’s attorney general has identified two companies involved in a series of phone calls that targeted Mitt Romney and his Mormon faith while praising John McCain. But Attorney General Kelly Ayotte said it will be after the primary before she can identify who ordered the calls, leaving both campaigns pointing fingers at each other.

Ayotte gave an update on the investigation into the calls on Thursday, just five days before New Hampshire voters go to the polls for the first-in-the-nation primary Jan. 8. In it, she pointed to two firms: Western Wats, of Orem, Utah, that made the calls; and Moore-Information Inc., of Portland, Ore., that hired Western Wats.

Ayotte said she can’t yet point to who hired Moore-Information, a key question in determining who is behind the calls, their intention and their legality.

“I believe the voters of New Hampshire deserve to have these complaints resolved before the presidential primary on Tuesday,” Ayotte told reporters in her office. “That’s why we’re asking for help from the general public.”

The Romney Campaign has issued this:

 

Campaign Manger Beth Myers On the McCain Campaign And Push Polling Allegations

Thursday, Jan 03, 2008

Boston, MA – Today, Romney for President Campaign Manager Beth Myers issued the following statement regarding the McCain campaign and push polling allegations:

“The Romney campaign had nothing to do with these alleged push polling calls. It is reckless, irresponsible and egregious for the McCain campaign to even mention the Romney campaign in relation to these calls. If they have any proof, let’s see it. If not, Senator McCain should immediately apologize for the actions of his own campaign.”

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