I have listened to my sixth sense for my entire life and it’s gotten me quite far in life. My sixth sense is telling me that Mitt Romney is going to be oh so bad for America – whether he is elected the GOP nominee or whether he eventually gets the top job as US President. And why is this you ask? Well, Romney has been promised the GOP nominee since the last election when John Mc-RINO-Cain got the nod. Off Romney went and started planning and campaigning, backed by his millions of dollars. From day one of the election campaign he has targeted only Newt Gingrich with negative advertisements and no one else. Even when Newt was nothing in the Polls in Iowa Romney focused only on NG. Why? Well, because he and his puppet masters know that Newt is his biggest threat, with his intelligent mind, wonderful debating skills and his conservative record. Romney didn’t expect the smack down he got in South Carolina. Boy, you can just imagine how Mr Plastic reacted behind the scenes throwing his tantrums and demanding he win Florida. As a result, Romney unleashed his temper on Florida. Negative ads after negative ads, all aimed at Newt, just so that Mommy’s Boy can win and get his prize. What does it tell you about Romney that he can lie in the debates with such a straight face and nothing is ever his fault? After the SC smack down, he employed a debate coach just so that he could beat up on Newt. What a wussy pants. Romney is not to be trusted. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and I can only hope that the American people will see through his deception. He is not a nice person.
NAPLES, Florida—Mitt Romney’s goal in Florida is no longer just winning.
After Gingrich Newt scored a surprise blow-out victory in South Carolina last week, the former Massachusetts governor not only unleashed a political broadside of epic proportions.
“It not about winning here anymore,” one Romney staffer told BuzzFeed. “It’s about destroying Gingrich — and it’s working.”
After two standout debate performances that put him up 9 points in recent polls, Romney is keeping the pressure on Gingrich, looking to score a blow-out victory of his own here.
To that end, Romney has rolled out a team of surrogates in the Sunshine State to take the fight to Gingrich in person: from Connie Mack (III) and Connie Mack (IV), to Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Sen. John McCain. Romney has also aired a controversial ad featuring Tom Brokaw announcing that Gingrich had been sanctioned by the House.
Today both Macks took the stage before Romney to attack Gingrich’s character, proclaiming that he has a “checkered past with ethics and honesty.”
Romney also launched into his longest attack directed squarely at Gingrich, devoting almost four minutes of his 18 minute stump speech attacking the former Speaker of the House.
“Mr. Speaker, your trouble in Florida is not because the audience is too quiet or too loud or because you have opponents that are tough,” Romney said, comparing Gingrich’s complaints about debate audiences to Goldilocks. Then, with a broad smile on his face, he listed the reasons why Florida voters are now moving away from Gingrich’s campaign.
“Your problem in Florida is that you worked for Freddie Mac at a time when Freddie Mac was not doing the right thing for the American people,” he added.
Shortly after Romney’s remarks, his campaign emailed “Earth to Newt: Tell The Truth” detailing a long list of alleged lies while mocking his ambitious space agenda.
As the clock ticks down to the polls closing here, what’s clear is that this state is no longer about winning for Romney — he’s out for total destruction, and he’s probably going to get it.