Romney in Atlanta Monday.

Mitt Romney will have an event on Monday

Date: Monday, February 4, 2008
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Location: Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Street: 800 Spring Street NW
City/Town: Atlanta, GA

RSVP to [email protected]

Here’s a link to the flyer for the event.

15 comments

  1. GrandOleDawg says:

    The sole purpose of the RGA is to raise money for Republican Gubernatorial candidates. That article consistently highlights places where Romney raised record amounts of cash for his colleagues. I don’t see a mess.

    Ya know, Bull Moose, supporting your man is one thing, but don’t be a kool-aid drinker.

  2. debbie0040 says:

    Bull Moose, why did McCain try to ram an illegal alien amnesty bill down our throats last year when he knew so many opposed it? He then wnet on to insult us because we opposed it…

    McCain does not listen to the grassroots…

  3. Ms_midtown says:

    Obama vs Romney in November
    Georgia would go blue

    I may attend the event, just to see what he’s like in person.

  4. Bull Moose says:

    That’s not true Debbie. McCain wants to secure the border. If you’d gone yesterday, you could have heard what he had to say for yourself.

    He understands what some of the activist crowd does not and that is to get things done, you have to work across the aisle.

    Doing nothing on immigration is de facto amnesty. McCain supports securing the border first before anything else!

    He is someone we can trust to do what is right for our country!

    And yes, if Romney is the nominee, not only will GA go blue, but a lot of Republicans will lose because people just aren’t going to vote for a hypocrite like Mitt Romney. He won’t have the trust and respect of the electorate.

  5. GOPeach says:

    MACON, GA. — Mike Huckabee unleashed his harshest criticism to date of Mitt Romney today, calling him “arrogant and presumptuous” to think that he’s taking votes away from Romney.

    “How presumptuous and arrogant must a man be to assume that if I did drop out of the race that the people who voted for me would vote for him?” Huckabee asked at a rally in Macon.

    “I’m going to tell u something, there is one of us who grew up in the South like you. One of us who understands how to cook grits, and fry catfish, and who didn’t have to be taught which end of a rifle to point, when you point at a white tail deer,” Huckabee said in one of the few Super Tuesday states where he’s running second in the polls. “We got candidate who says he’s a lifelong hunter but never had a hunting license – we call that a poacher where I come from.”

    “And I want to say something to Mitt Romney: Mitt the people that support me support me because they know where I stand on the issue of human life, they don’t know where you stand,” he said, referring to Romney’s recent conversion to a public anti-abortion rights stance.

    “People who support me know that I support the Second Amendment and, in fact, was the first sitting governor in America to have a concealed carry permit, as was my wife. And I’m not confused about the fact that the Second Amendment is not about hunting it’s about freedom, it’s about protecting ourselves, our families and our property and nobody has the right to infringe upon that. People are supporting me because they know that I am not confused about the meaning of marriage and they know that I am not confused about whether or not the future of this country ought to belong to hard working people who drive truck and who lift heavy things and who get their hands dirty everyday and if our country doesn’t work for folks like that it doesn’t work anybody.”

    “Mr. Romney has spent about $100 million [$87.6 million, actually] to have basically the same number of delegates as I have and I’ve spent about $7 million. You know with the business background he has, you’d think by this point with his Harvard-educated MBA, he’d come to the conclusion that he’s not selling his soap very well if it takes that kind of money to have no more market share than I’ve got for about a fifteenth of the expenditure. So I’ve got a suggestion, Mr. Romney, rather than Mitt drop out, why don’t you give it up and go back to Boston!”

    “I want to make real sure that he understands something. This old Arkansas boy is not for sale. He doesn’t have enough money to buy me. I’m not some troubled company that he can buy, sell off the assets and send us home. There’s a whole lot of people like me in this country who are tired of people waving their checkbooks at us and making us think they own us and they can buys us. Well you can’t buy us, you can’t even rent us. We’re not for sale. We’re going to the polls Tuesday and we’re going to show America this country is about ordinary people who believe in the extraordinary power of the American dream and we’re going to prove it at the ballot box Tuesday.”

  6. debbie0040 says:

    debbie0040 // Feb 4, 2008 at 5:47 am

    Hey, Peach I thought you said Herman Cain was for Huckabee..

    http://www.ajc.com/opinion/content/opinion/stories/2008/02/01/cain_0203.html

    WHY I’M VOTING FOR …

    Romney has the leadership qualities United States needs

    By HERMAN CAIN

    Published on: 02/03/08

    The dynamics of political party connections, the political process itself and public perceptions have once again yielded the top two contenders of each major party in the 2008 presidential race. And once again, the public can only hope that the ultimate winner of the White House will be a candidate with the most leadership substance.

    My vote is for Mitt Romney.

  7. debbie0040 says:

    Many more Republicans will not vote for McCain either.

    McCain still believes in amnesty after the borders are secure. He is saying what he has to to get elected.

    GOP activists in McCain’s own home state he is not to be trusted.

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