Thursday, February 23, 2012

Mitt romney detroit

  • As Mitt Romney barnstorms Michigan explaining his opposition to "I'm not going to judge that," Snyder told reporters last week at a Republican dinner near Detroit where 1,400 came to hear Santorum.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • The Detroit Free Press Thursday endorsed Mitt Romney in the Michigan Republican presidential primary, calling him "the only one who has the combination of résumé and bearing to occupy the Oval Office.
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  • Mitt Romney is fighting his way back into the drivers seat in of conservative rivals who have risen to challenge him only to fall back into the pack.
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  • The Detroit Free Press on Thursday became the second of Mitt Romneys two hometown newspapers to endorse the GOP candidate, but the editorial board seemed to do so with great reluctance.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Is Mitt Romney starting to surge in Arizona? A new poll released Wednesday, six days before the states primary, indicates the former Massachusetts governor is holding a 16 point lead over former Sen. Rick Santorum.
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  • Mitt Romney called into question the fiscal conservative credentials will help determine the length of the partys nominating battle.
  • (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Dont bet against the American worker, Obama says in the ad. The commercial also features a picture of Republican candidate Mitt Romney over a newspaper headline, Let Detroit Go Bankrupt.
  • (USA Today)
  • (CNN) -- Touting an endorsement from The Detroit News, Mitt Romneys campaign sent out a press release announcing the news Wednesday morning.
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  • In a switch to a more aggressive tax plan, Mitt Romney said Wednesday that he now favors cutting The candidate is expected to reveal more details in a speech to the Detroit Economic Club on Friday.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • From a Mitt Romney op-ed in The Detroit News, Feb. 14, 2012 "Id like to talk about something else that President Obama has been doing. Hes been practicing crony capitalism.
  • (Washington Post)

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