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Mitt Scores the Pivotal Christine O’Donnell Endorsement

Via Fox News:
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney announced Tuesday that conservative activist Christine O’Donnell has supported his bid for the White House. “Christine has been a leader in the conservative movement for many years,” former Massachusetts Gov. Romney said in a statement carried by Fox News. “Christine recognizes that excessive government threatens us now and threatens future generations, and I am pleased to have her on my team.” O’Donnell — a former Delaware candidate for the U.S. Senate — said, “For me, this endorsement comes down to trust. I am endorsing Governor Romney because I trust him to do the right thing. He has the strength of conviction to do the right thing regardless of opposition. “America needs a president who is not a Washington Insider. America needs a president who hasn’t been playing the game for the last three decades. America needs a president who can turn our economy around, put Americans back to work, and will lead with stability, integrity and the values that we hold dear.”. . .

Romney will have us believe that Newt is too crazy-pants for president, but O'Donnell was a "leader in the conservative movement for many years?" Did Romney not see her 2008 campaign? - Greg Pollowitz

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