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    What was this all about?

    What was this all about?

    I had not heard this story before, but then again, I didn’t pay much attention to the Republican primaries in 2008:

    In 2008 it was uncovered long after the primaries had been concluded that the Romney campaign staff had in unethical and covert ways infiltrated prominent conservative opinion sources like the National Review with leads and exclusives that were designed to adversely harm all the other candidacies minus Romney. Most specifically National Review repeated false assertions made by these Romney operatives about Governor Mike Huckabee. Coulter parroted them in her syndicated space and was never called to account to it until she appeared on the Huckabee television show–to tout her book of course–when the Governor politely, but assertively called her inaccuracies into question.

    It caused such consternation to Coulter that she walked out after one segment, though she had been booked for two

    Is there anything to it?


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    I cannot speak to this specific occurance however while volunteering to GOTV for another candidate in the SC primary-not Huckabee or McCain-the Romney camp had garnered a reputation for unethical and covert campaigning. Dirty, dirty players are they, I chalk it up to ‘politics is a blood-sport’.

    And one more thing, if I must endure another campaign season in which Romeny’s people once again accuse anyone who does not support Romney as being anti-Mormon or Mormon-haters then I’m definately not voting for Romney.

    Romney’s problem in garnering more than 25% approval in his own party is because of his bad politics.

    RickCaird | November 20, 2011 at 8:02 pm

    In 2012, Jennifer Rubin provides confirmation.

    Yes, I read or heard the same things, professor. Y’all can do whatever you want but when I see this much smoke rising from a rooftop, I call the fire department.

    The number of “mere coincidences” involved in Romney’s campaigns beggars belief. He’s got the funds to pay for the best tricksters in the business.

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