Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Why Romney Should Be Worried About New Hampshire; Update

Update: A reader points out that they were in different towns. I read the article wrong.

Here's a photo from a Romney event yesterday, in Windham, New Hampshire.


The following is a photo of a Gingrich event in the same town, on the same day. He reportedly drew an overflow crowd of 1000 people, and generated 'deafening applause.'

21 comments:

Lionhead said...

Confucius say: "Two photos worth thousand words."

The establishment progressives have made a big mistake in conditioning the base. The folks were to vote for Mitt aka 'moderate,' instead, they are attracted to a far more progressive candidate, Newt. Such is the plight of leaders that are smart by half & have confused everyone in their mixed messages.

Back to the Faculty Lounge for more brainstorming!

FastFacts said...

Are you serious, how ignorant can you be. Romney is at a town hall at a business, not a speaking event of large scale. This just shows how ignorant Right Wingnut really is. Try to trash Romney again and show your ignorance.

If you knew anything you would take the polls and compare them to last week. Newt's polls are dropping and Bachmann/Santorum is rising. Romney is staying consistent. The two polls this comes from are in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Graham said...

Never mind what KIND of event they are, just show pictures and don't give any info!

But that's about the kind of honesty I expect from RWN anyhow.

craigs said...

Are you really serious RW / Romney is in Madison in morning, goes to NJ in afternoon and raises $ 1.1 Million and receives endorsements from 90 % of NJ GOP elected officials ......and you say he should be worried? Madison and Wyndham are not the same town. Don't you get this ???

CraigS

Right Wingnut said...

LOL, OK. Same state, different town, same day. Has Mitt ever drawn 1000 in New Hampshire?

Teemu said...

Romney was not in Windham N.H. the writer of the article was.

Newt Gingrich was in Windham N.H. and Romney was at Madison N.H., a lumber mill almost 100 miles away from Windham N.H.

So Newt speaks in a city that is in the middle of the most populated city and sub urban concentration of the N.H. and Romney speaks 100 miles away from that in a some lumbermill, great comparison...

Anonymous said...

I dont know why you all even read any of RW's posts since it seems he just now puts up anything silly to get you all riled up.

GetReal said...

At least RW added the correction, and did so up top so any new readers will get that info first. I don't think he was trying to trick anyone.

Anonymous said...

maybe not trick, but clearly his disgust for romney is obvious he would be the first to post about a romney affair even if it werent the truth

Anonymous said...

This is romney at a place of employment, a lumbermill, why the hell would this attract more people than just media and people who actually work there?

Anonymous said...

see how most of the guys are all wearing the funny green helmets? They probably work there...Newt on the other hand is at an auditorium it seems able to hold a big crowd, and if you think romney cant hold a crowd like that, you must be smoking something.

Right Wingnut said...

Anon, show me a Romney town hall meeting in Windham with at least 1000 people, and I'll post it.

Right Wingnut said...

To be specific, show me a photo, and I'll post it.

Teemu said...

It is not just another town but a lumber mill, which is more dangerous than your average industrial facility. You can't have people randomly running around. I would bet that either they had just the workers, or the workers were allowed to bring maximum one grown up quest. Most seem to have helmet so they are workers. You should mention that it was lumber mill in the update, not just another town.

BOSMAN said...

HaHaHaHa!.....HaHaHaHa!

As someone who knows NH almost as well as Massachusetts, Romney was at a meeting at a small town lumber mill in Madison while Gingrich was at a large highschool in a much larger town of Windham.

The HIGH SCHOOL auditorium was full of STUDENTS, Faculty, and some members of the community.

This is like comparing a grape to a watermelon.

Anonymous said...

Bosman...loved your analogy...but just to be fair, Gingrich is a great speaker, worthless speakers don't get $60.00 bucks for an apperance...no one is questioning Gingrich's communication skills, he was a pundit for ten years. The problem with Gingrich is that...nevermind, I won't go into it again...just read my final thought on the chat box last night to get my drift.
I'll just finish with the last line I used last night...I have no question as to why Speaker Moonbeam had to RESIGN in disgrace.

Gordon

Anonymous said...

90% of the attendees listening to Gingrich were there because they'd rather be there than in class.

Anonymous said...

school announcment: Students must be in their classes doing classwork, or they may report to the auditorium to listen to a invited speaker.

students: oh yeah, lets go to the auditorium, screw schoolwork, lets look for our friends so we can sit together.

Terrye said...

This is stupid. RWN, you are desperate.

Right Wingnut said...

LOL.

This event was held at NIGHT.

NOT during school hours.

Wow. You guys are pathetic.

Anonymous said...

ok so the school offered extra credit to those students willing to come back for the sppech. Big Deal.