marsh76 · May 17, 2007 at 8:37 PM

I don’t know if you have a dog yet in this race, but your consistent attacks on Romney make it clear he is _not_ your first choice. 😉 This plan does in fact differ from what Romney said in the debate, though I concede his press release tonight is lacking in detail, and it is hard for me to follow what his position is exactly on this new bill. There are so many facets to it, and yet he pretty much address only the Z visas. I want to hear more from him before making any rash judgments.

ee2793 · May 17, 2007 at 9:29 PM

Soren likes the McCain-Kennedy amnesty approach and the McCain-Feingold anti-First Amendment law. he reads Doonesbury and cites The Nation and Salon for authority. No wonder he supports McCain/Clinton 2008, or is that Clinton/McCain? » Hugh Hewitt is getting silly · May 21, 2007 at 3:13 PM

[…] Maybe Hugh should be attacking the loyalty of his own candidate, who actually, has a record of disloyalty. Or maybe Hugh is just sore that he has to spend all of his time defending a principleless flip-flopper, who has flip-flopped on abortion, gay-rights, taxes, guns, embryonic stem-cell research, Ronald Reagan, the Contract with America, his draft-dodging, education, immigration, and campaign finance-reform. […] » Immigration and Jeb Bush and Florida · May 22, 2007 at 3:08 PM

[…] I have a related theory. Is Mitt Romney hurting himself with Jeb Bush because of his flip-flopping pander on immigration? […]

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