Today, the Boston Globe ran an article titles, "Tone turns hostile early for GOP rivals - Romney, Perry break ‘11th commandment’:
The GOP presidential hopefuls all pay homage to Ronald Reagan, but his so-called 11th commandment of politics - Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican - is being regularly and energetically violated by the two Republican front-runners.
On a near-daily basis, Rick Perry and Mitt Romney are using Twitter accounts, press releases, and even, in one case, the other candidate’s audiobook, to charge each other with a variety of wrongs - from devious motives to telling untruths.
As a way to paint the Texas governor as someone who is loose with the facts, Romney aides sent someone dressed up as Pinocchio - with a sign that read, “Even the Lies are bigger in Texas’’ - to Perry’s town hall meeting Friday night in New Hampshire. They also passed out a spoof book called “Rick Perry’s Plan to get America Working Again,’’ that had 114 pages, most of which were blank.The full Story is HERE.
As to the 11th Commandment, Perry broke it first (1 , 2). Unless Reagan meant for GOP candidates to be pinatas for their opponents, Romney responded after he was attacked. It was Rick Perry who started the negative remarks against Romney.
Perry's negative distortions of Romney's record in Massachusetts and in his time at Bain Capital, left Romney no choice but to educate voters about Perry and his REAL RECORD that the main stream media conveniently seems to ignore.
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