Monday, October 16, 2006

Mitt in the world

If you haven't been paying attention lately, Mitt is gaining momentum - big time. Just read the recent posts at ye olde Elect Romney in 2008 blog -
There is no stopping Mitt.

So what do we do now? Stay calm. The 2008 presidential election is still two years off. In the meantime, make sure you go out and help your neighbor. But it wouldn't hurt to also tell your neighbor about Mitt.

It would be great to get out the word more about Mitt Romney for President here in the Other Washington. Anyone out there interested in blogging for washingtoniansformitt? Please post some comments.

I think that Mitt Romney will need to talk about foreign policy a lot. People will try and attack him for his lack of experience in this area. Even though he may turn out to be 30 times better than anyone around - he hasn't had as much opportunity as other candidates may have had in international relations. I say that Mitt has the basic principles down of how to create good relationships. He'll use these skills with anyone, any group, and any country he relates to.


Blogger Nephi said...

Hi there. I've recently decided to hop on the Romney bandwagon with all the recent momentum he's built. I'm a Washingtonian currently residing in Virginia attending law school - but I vote in Washington and will be back there this summer. If you're still looking for help, I'd be glad to pitch in.

8:51 PM, October 19, 2006  
Blogger mitchell said...

Hey, it's good to hear from you. Sorry I didn't get back earlier. What would you think about blogging on this site? You could blog once a week - or more often, or less often if you choose. Let me mention it to Kevin who also blogs here to see what he thinks. We'll get back with you.

9:38 PM, October 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mitt Romney doesn't have the experience in the foreign policy field as say... McCain or Guiliani, but that similar to a lot of previously elected presidents and cabinet officials. They were brought on on account of their modern and progressive expertise of domestic issues and had to bring on professionals in international studies to fill these gaps. This election will show that Americans STILL want their president to focus first on the country and not to be solely into solving the world's problems.

Mitt does have a good background in international experience in a Morman mission to France plus the 2002 Winter Olympics In SLC. He also is in a lot of pictures with US soldiers in Iraq, greeting foreign heads of state, and adding his take on the direction of foreign policy for the future. My opinion is that he can be a fluent conversant in the future on foreign policy that can point out that he has NOT been in any foreign policy blunders (as McCain, Hillary, Obama & others)

1:17 AM, March 05, 2007  

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