Romney fights back against the Obama-Warren Doctrine

| July 18 2012
Christopher Cook

A friend sent me a Michelle Malkin tweet and an excerpt from her blog early this morning:

Michelle Malkin writes, “I’ve been tough on Mitt Romney and leaned hard on his campaign to take the gloves off, get in the fighting spirit, and push back against Obama narratives. Today in Irwin, Pennsylvania, Romney delivered.”

@michellemalkin

If Romney keeps delivering the energetic, passionate, pro-freedom speech he just gave in PA to the rest of the USA, he will win.

Malkin is no go-along-to-get-along type, and she’s no GOP flack. If she is happy about something Romney said or did, it is based on principle not pragmatism.

And she has reason to be pleased. Romney is showing passion and fire. In this excerpt, he fights back against the Obama-Warren Doctrine that business owners didn’t do it on their own:

 

Here is the full speech, courtesy of the RightScoop:

3 comments
dleeper47
dleeper47 moderator

I hope conservatives will deluge the Romney campaign with 'attaboys' for this specific speech -- plus accompanying contributions, whether small or large.  We need to get through to the Governor and his campaign staff that this is the kind of enthusiasm, language, and locution that builds turnout and wins elections!

 

WesternFreePress
WesternFreePress moderator

 @dleeper47 Whether or not people are specifically contacting the Romney campaign, I am sure they are getting the message. Their people are watching social networks, blogs, and conservative media. They are noticing the trends.

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