Romney is toast

You heard it here first. Mitt Romney is goin’ down. He’s gonna lose in his home state of Michigan, and after that it’s just a matter of how long he circles the drain.

If there is a local Republican hero in Michigan, it is ex-governor Bill Milliken, from Traverse City. Milliken is now endorsing John McCain in the Michigan primary tomorrow, and gives Mitt Romney a few hard spanks.

Michigan’s most famous Republican moderate, former Gov. William G. Milliken, has endorsed Arizona Sen. John McCain in Tuesday’s presidential primary, a move that many no doubt will view as a slap to Mitt Romney.

Milliken served as lieutenant governor to Romney’s father, George, from 1965 to 1969 and succeeded him as governor. …

Milliken, who was Michigan’s longest-serving governor, from 1969-1982, had pointed words for Romney, who was Massachusetts’ governor from 2003-2007.

“I was a great admirer of his father,” Milliken said. “But Mitt Romney has been a disappointment to me because he has changed his socially responsible positions he took as governor of Massachusetts. I don’t have the respect for him that I had for his father.”

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4 responses to “Romney is toast

  1. Sheree

    Oh, I am totally salivating on myself. :-)

  2. Ouch! That’s going to leave a mark.

  3. Let’s see what Engler does.

  4. Re-Al

    Keep dreaming. McCain’s a side-show freak and it’s only a matter of time before everyone wakes up from his media-prolonged dream. Let’s no forget who actually is the current delegate leader, who won the most Republican votes in N.H. and who is the most consistent candidate in all polling and voting so far. I seem to remember another candidate in history who made “first or second” his strategy and ended up winning the nomination, the presidency, and oh yeah, the Civil War (i.e. Abraham Lincoln).

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