Saturday, April 01, 2006

For possible GOP presidential hopeful Romney, a gift from an unlikely source: "This week's ruling by the state Supreme Judicial Court allowing Massachusetts to bar same-sex couples from other states from marrying here handed Romney a prized political victory as he courts social conservative Republican primary voters for the 2008 presidential contest."

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Romney declines to take stand on Senate immigration bill -

Romney declines to take stand on Senate immigration bill - "Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney isn't saying where he stands on a major Senate immigration reform plan that has sparked heated debate on Capitol Hill and across the nation in recent days."

Another Plan the NEA Hates - Another Plan the NEA Hates: "Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney—who is also likely to be a contender for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, is taking on the teacher's union in his state with a new education plan."

Monday, March 27, 2006

|| RedState

Grading the Communicating skills of the 2008 Candidates|| RedState: "Mitt Romney: Quick talker, smooth, soft on tough issues, doesn't have an inspiring story to tell, not an inspirational speaker, not very presidential, very vice-presidential. Speaks like the speech is way too prepared.

Grade: B (84)"

Romney still aspiring to become 'inspirer-in-chief'

Salem News Online: "While Romney's corporate career could help him in the Oval Office, it might not be enough. No one ever refers to the president as 'manager-in-chief.' And the last person who came to the presidency with strong business management experience was Herbert Hoover, who had trouble communicating with, and inspiring the public."