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Mitt Romney endorsed by Las Vegas Review Journal

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posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 05:04 PM
Good news, the L.V.R.J has endorsed my choice for Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

Hopefully Romney wins a bronze in South Carolina and a gold in Nevada and a gold or silver in Florida then head into Feb. 5 winning delegates!

posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 08:52 PM
He got an endorsement from another Corporate media outlet today.
It's the biggest paper in Northern Nevada.
Corporate media loves Romney.. go figger.

For Dems, they endorsed Obama..the one who wants Casinos to be Caucus sites. (strong arming has ALWAYS been popular in Nevada)
This is so the culinary Workers can work..think about it..

[edit on 17-1-2008 by spacedoubt]

posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 11:10 PM

Originally posted by SteveAndrew
Good news, the L.V.R.J has endorsed my choice for Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

Oh great!!!! Now WrongKnee can take the Las Vegas motto
to washington.

"What happens in Washington .... stays in Washington!!!"

posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 12:34 AM
Thanks for the replies guys, being unbiased, I have to say Romney will win strongly because of largely how Huckabee won Iowa and is going to win S.C. Because of religion; with Mormon's voting for Romney in Nevada and Evangelicals voting for Huckabee. In the end true conservatives have two choices. Either Thompson (let's hope so) or Romney (my man). Because in all honesty, McCain and Huckabee are sheep's in wolf skins, and should consider next time running as Independents or Democrats.

posted on Jan, 18 2008 @ 12:45 AM
McCain and Huckster are RINO'S for sure...

Not going to get anything except dem actions from those two...

As for the Casino issue.. Well I must say it is nice seeing the Democrats suing each other instead of the Republicans for a change...

Just a question: Why is it such an issue that casino workers would have an easier time voting than say.. construction workers or business people? I have never heard of a place where it is difficult to vote anyway. Most jurisdictions run shuttles all day, taxi fares are paid by the local towns and counties for voters that have transportation issues. AHHH Much ado over nothing...

I guess the Democrat penchant for crying foul when losing and the immediate reaction of lawsuits is not limited to party lines.. LOL


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