Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Mitt Romney Sings

  • Maybe its the latest poll numbers. Maybe it was being among a crowd of a few thousand supporters. But Mitt Romney, long-known for being a little stiff, broke out into song during a campaign event at a retirement community in The Villages, Fla.
  • (NPR News)
  • THE VILLAGES, Fla. -- For weeks on the campaign trail, Mitt Romney has been reciting verses from America the Beautiful, which he calls his favorite patriotic hymn. On Monday night at a rally here, Romney tried to one-up himself.
  • (Washington Post)
  • In the establishments best-case scenario, the party is left with Mitt Romney, a candidate whose core yet its typical of the pro-Romney chorus that has been singing so loudly since Gingrich won the South Carolina primary.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • In the race for to keep ahold of the Presidency, it seems Barack Obama has at least one advantage over his potential opponent Mitt Romney - the ability to hold a tune.
  • (Daily Mail)
  • Mitt Romney, hoping to rally last minute support ahead of attended the rally at Eastern Shipbuilding Groups Millville yard.
  • (WMBB TV)
  • Republican front-runner MItt Romney spoke to a packed house in Pompano Beach It had all the trappings of a pep rally, with Romney on stage and an adoring crowd holding signs and cheering nearly everything he said.
  • (MiamiHerald.com)
  • If elected president, Mitt Romney might consider ending a tax break that helped made available more than 500 pages of tax-return data for 2010 and 2011 amid signs the issue was hurting him with some voters.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • Mitt Romney sprinted on stage appearing exuberant and confident liberty and the pursuit of happiness. He led the crowd into singing America the Beautiful.
  • (Daily Commercial)
  • THE VILLAGES — On the eve of the Florida Presidential Primary, GOP contender Mitt Romney came to Lake Sumter "This is a campaign about the soul of America," Romney told the audience, many of them holding Romney signs. "I want to restore America.
  • (Villages Daily Sun)

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