Republicans don't make claims that are not true, they don't run attack ads, they
don't play class warfare, use the race card, or do anything else that is not of
the highest ethical and moral standards. These ads must have been done by
President Obama or one of his operatives.
Lovely politics by Romney. Too bad the accusations can't be backed up by facts.
Just because someone has an idea, until that idea is implemented and then facts
gathered to either support Romney's claim or refute Romney's claim, then the
claim Romney makes is dishonest at best. I thought Romney had better morals
than that! This just shows that it's about politics - sometimes dirty - rather
than sticking to one's beliefs and morals, and using real facts.
Whether or not Perry is behind Cain's sexual-harassment troubles, there's
nothing "despicable" about giving reporters a tip about a candidates
impropriety. Herman Cain's camp can't seem to figure out which way is up.
Cain's campaign manager Mark Block stood down from his accusation that Rick
Perry engaged in "despicable" conduct by leaking news of the first
story about a sexual harassment complaint against Cain. But later in the day,
Cain himself suggested again, this time on Sean Hannity's radio show, that the
Perry camp was behind the story. So which is it?. Did Perry's underlings leak
the information?. If they did, it would be the first signs of intelligent life
from the underachieving RINO's. Perry may have executed an innocent man. He ran
an ad against a Latino that many Tejanos considered racist. His conduct in
office has been so ethically challenged that even Sarah Palin has accused him of
"crony capitalism." He hugged a preacher who smeared Mitt Romney's
Mormon faith and illegal immigration in MA. and also in Utah in favor of
granting in-state tuition and multiple other benefits to illegals. Puh-leez.
When is it dirty to encourage reporters to commit journalism?.
An attack is not stating facts. An attack is leads with false reports, bigotry
and name calling...like what Perry has done.
Romney's ads annoy the Deseret News' staff as much as Perry's due to the fact
that both are in favor of granting in-state tuition (and multiple other
benefits) to illegals.