Governor Rick Perry Takes On Romney And His “Flip-Flops”


Let us not lie to ourselves and call what Romney has done over the years just “flip-flops,” they are outright lies to each group he speaks to. Perry is correct in saying that Romney is exactly like Obama, which is why the Democrats want Romney.  Though the Democrats say they’re “afraid” of Romney that is just a red herring to misdirect folks from realizing Romney is who the Democrats really want.  This video is very explosive and it shows the reason Romney cannot get out of the 20’s in polls.

Conservatives have had Mitt Romney’s number since 2008 and even though he has 100% name recognition, again, he cannot break the 20s. I don’t think he can beat Obama and the reality is, unfortunately, that similar to the inside the beltway GOP choice for us in 2008, they will do everything they can to get Romney this time – this time we won’t let them succeed. We The People have had enough with the political elite and the media deciding who our candidates will be. I am pleased that finally one of the candidates has decided to take on Mitt Romney, and is demonstrating that he isn’t afraid to do so.   It’s going to take strength of character and the will to go up against the Establishment (of both parties), in order to pull our country back from the brink of disaster.

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redneck hippie
October 10, 2011 8:38 pm

Thanks J, I know you are for Herman, so it speaks volumes that you are behind this ad. My fervent wish is for more candidates to speak out against Mitt. Enough with the PC in regard to the establishment. And Mitt *is* the establishment choice as well as the choice of the left.

Looking at nessa’s post and seeing just how weak Romney remains in the latest Gallup poll, should be instructive.

I do note, however, that there is a *huge* bubble for Mitt on intrade.