'Yes, your guy won in 2008, and how often do you see democratic congressmen
& senators throwing out his endorcement?' - So. Cal Reader | 10:24 a.m. Jan.
4, 2012 Well, considering that conservatives simply won't ALLOW
themselves to hear the facts, and tarnish it by claiming I, personally... disagree with all things conservative... it seems pretty
hypocritical that you take personal jabs at me... instead of
choosing to ACKNOWLEDGE what happened in 2008. A presidental
election, is not 'liberal propganda.'
Re: Pagan "McCain lost his 2008 bid for President. Something Mitt Romney
could not even get in 2008."I know you disagree with all things
of a conservative nature, but in the GOP circles, a McCain endorsement is a
significant endorcement. Yes, your guy won in 2008, and how often do you see
democratic congressmen & senators throwing out his endorcement? Not too
often.I guess it's fair to say that "good" endorcements
are in the eye of the beholder.
Um... McCain lost his 2008 bid for President. Something
Mitt Romney could not even get in 2008.
McCain is endorsing Romney? ANOTHER reason not to vote for Romney . . .
For a guy who just cannot get the support of Conservatives, how does getting
endorsed by the guy Conservatives fought to defeat 4 years ago help?When a Palin, DeMint or some other Conservative voice endorses Romney, this
will be over and we can move on to the General. Until then, nothing has
changed. Mitt is the more Moderate, who flip flops his positions every couple
days, and Conservatives will continiue to find anyone else to vote for.
McCain must really not like the other candidates, remember how much he despised
Romney four years ago? He had more disdain for Romney then Gingrinch or Perry do
now. Now he is endorsing him? Crazy stuff.
Yawn!who is McCains daughter going to endorse?
The endorsements are going to start lining up for Romney. Nice close win last
night. Big win coming in New Hampshire. It's over.Mitt 2012.