Monday, January 2, 2012

The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC endorses Mitt Romney

H/T Bob

The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC, the largest Tea Party Group in the TRI-STATE region (NJ/PA/DE) has endorsed Mitt Romney for President:
The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC, a tri-state (DE, NJ, PA) regional group, announced today that its 27-member Board of Delegates has voted overwhelmingly to endorse Mitt Romney for President.

The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC is the first Tea Party group in the nation to formally endorse Mitt Romney.

"Over the past several weeks, a consensus has been building among our Board of Delegates that Mr. Romney is the most electable Republican candidate," said PAC President, Don Adams. "We, as a Tea Party PAC, have set winning the White House as our number one priority in 2012. We believe Mr. Romney is the one candidate who can win the Republican nomination and defeat President Barack Obama in November.
"Mr. Romney is the only Republican candidate who has consistently polled even or ahead of President Obama in national surveys. He puts a number of 2008 blue states in play, including Michigan and New Hampshire. He also appeals to large numbers of independent voters."

"Mr. Romney, a devoted family man, is an incredibly talented, well-rounded individual with in-depth knowledge and experience in both the private and public sectors of the economy," said PAC New Jersey Vice President, Bill Green. "Ultimately, we believe Mr. Romney is a man of principle who, once elected, will lead our nation back to prosperity."
Read the rest of the endorsement HERE.

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newark hawk said...

The mainstream media - including talk radio and Fox News - continually pushes the narrative that Romney is a liberal Republican who has little or no appeal to fiscally and socially conservative voters.

The media's intent here is obvious: to drive these conservative voters away from Romney into the waiting arms of Bachmann, Perry, Cain, Gingrich, Santorum or whomever the next flavor-of-the-month(Buddy Roemer?) is.

Thanks to endorsements of the former Massachusetts governor from high profile conservatives like Chris Christie and Nikki Haley, and from organizations like The Independence Hall Tea Party PAC, conservative voters are finally starting to catch on to the fact that the media has been feeding them nothing but a pack of lies about Romney's so-called "liberal" policies & positions.

Anonymous said...

newark Hawk

I completely agree with you. After I did my research, I came to the same conclusion that Ann Coulter did and that was that Bachmann and Romney are the 2 most conservative candidates in the GOP field.

Anonymous said...

please, Romney being the most conservative? Conservative values when I was growing up was about small government, reducing spending and overhead and personal freedoms and rights.

Now, the media has only tricked most conservatives into thinking one thing..

That they are Neocons. I am saddened by our party and its members who fall for every minute by minute candidate and forget who has been telling them the truth regardless if they want to admit they need a nanny state or not.

Paul is the only guy who is telling us the truth, and regardless of who wins none of them will accomplish anything in deadlocked senates.. but at least Paul will come on TV and not blow smoke up our buts and instead tell us what we NEED to hear not what we WANT to hear.

I am so frigging angry that a group who defines themselves as for personal rights and small government could vote for ANYONE but Paul. He didn't sign any agreement to end gay marriage, porn and drugs in our society.. because he understands what being a CONSERVATIVE REALLY IS ABOUT.

Letting people make their own mistakes and living with the responsibility of those choices.

DanHaggerty said...

Romney a conservative?You have to be kidding. You should just endorse Obama.

Anonymous said...

A NEOCON weak fruit Tea Party