Monday, February 05, 2007

to get traction in the northwest

What do you feel can be done to give Mitt more expoure here in the Northwest?

For those of you follow his actions from day to day, it is apparent that most of Mitt's time and resources are being spent on the eastern half of this nation. I would really like to soon see him come out west. I understand he may not spend much time in WA state (at least not western washington) becuase of our deply entrenched democrat majority, but if he were to come to Oregon or Idaho (or even Spokane) there are throngs of us from Western Washington who would migrate to hear him speak.

Maybe Mitt should give Washington a chance, this state is not more blue politically than Massachussetts, and of the largest metro areas west of the Mississippi is here. I am one who is eager to see him here soon. This area needs his message.

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12:34 PM, February 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure if he wins the nomination then he will make a few trips to Washington (state).

2:52 PM, February 05, 2007  
Blogger Conservative Hero said...

You know he will make it to Washington. I am looking forward to migrating to wherever he speaks in Washington. Washington is a key state, not as key as California or New York, but it still has a little sway. He's on the East Coast because that's where he has to be at this point in time. He can't not be there. It is pertinent to the nomination process and without the Northeasterners having constant exposure to him, they will vote for someone who is more recognizable, like McCain or Guiliani. And we all know what a disaster it would be if Guiliani got the nom. He'll be here soon enough. Just give him time.

7:05 PM, February 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He needs to spend as much time out East as possible. The only state he's even competitive in right now is New Hampshire and he's in third place. And that's his best state. Giuliani, McCain, and Gingrich are beating Romney in almost every state. If Romney doesn't make inroads with conservatives soon, Gingrich will probably throw his hat in the ring and it'll be "game over" for Romney.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

First of all, as a traditional Baptist, I was stunned after viewing a movie called "States of Grace." A friend of mine from Utah sent it to me for Christmas. In spite of everything I have come to learn about Mormonism, here is a movie – a Mormon movie nonetheless – that demonstrates a deep understanding of -- and longing for -- unconditional grace and forgiveness through a personal relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

In my opinion, it movingly depicts the power of God's healing love and redemptive grace that comes after a fall and repentance. It not only shows the heart of Christianity, but it convincingly challenges the stereotypes that many of us traditional Christians have of Mormons and their belief in only conditional grace.

Second of all, I love my country and the constitution it was founded upon. The only person I believe will stand up for those beliefs is Mitt Romney – a.k.a. The “Mormon Candidate.” I will say that it would have been hard to pull the lever for a Mormon until I had a few questions cleared up for me. I believe this movie can be a landmark film in presenting a view of the Mormon church and Mormon life that has never before made it to the big screen – answering simple questions such as polygamy (by far the funniest scene in the movie), interfaith relationships and Mormon beliefs concerning grace.

Many, and I do mean many, of the Mormon beliefs and doctrines I disagree with, but I don’t want a country ran by Pres. Clinton II, Obama, McCain or even Giuliani. I believe Gov. Romney is a Christian who shares my most important values. Now more than ever, we Christians need to pull together and I believe States of Grace can be that elusive element that brings us together. The movie is extremely thought-provoking and very educational for many in America who don’t know much beyond popular rumor about the faith of the man who just might be the next president. In short, this little film has the potential to actually shift and mold public opinion in a presidential campaign without being a political hatchet job like Fahrenheit 911. It should be required viewing for the entire Christian community.

My question is this – With all the stereotypes and misinformation out there about his beliefs, why hasn't anyone put this movie out there to help him? I would have to say I have never felt closer to Mormonism, and Christ's message of love, redemption, and hope, than after viewing States of Grace. You have a tool to answer the questions that would help me pull the lever for Gov. Romney, and you’re not using it.

I emailed “Evangelicals for Mitt” and they’ve never heard of the movie. I emailed a website called MittRunMitt.org and they dismissed me. I found more information on this movie at www.StatesofGrace.net

I hope you care enough to do something about this – or I’ll find a way to do it myself.

Your Brother in Christ,

Mark L.

p.s. I Googled “Mitt Romney supporters” and found your website. I hope you have some sway with the powers-that-be because I couldn’t even find “States of Grace” at Wal-Mart – and they carry everything.

12:59 PM, February 14, 2007  
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First of all, as a traditional Baptist, I was stunned after viewing a movie called "States of Grace." A friend of mine from Utah sent it to me for Christmas. In spite of everything I have come to learn about Mormonism, here is a movie – a Mormon movie nonetheless – that demonstrates a deep understanding of -- and longing for -- unconditional grace and forgiveness through a personal relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

In my opinion, it movingly depicts the power of God's healing love and redemptive grace that comes after a fall and repentance. It not only shows the heart of Christianity, but it convincingly challenges the stereotypes that many of us traditional Christians have of Mormons and their belief in only conditional grace.

Second of all, I love my country and the constitution it was founded upon. The only person I believe will stand up for those beliefs is Mitt Romney – a.k.a. The “Mormon Candidate.” I will say that it would have been hard to pull the lever for a Mormon until I had a few questions cleared up for me. I believe this movie can be a landmark film in presenting a view of the Mormon church and Mormon life that has never before made it to the big screen – answering simple questions such as polygamy (by far the funniest scene in the movie), interfaith relationships and Mormon beliefs concerning grace.

Many, and I do mean many, of the Mormon beliefs and doctrines I disagree with, but I don’t want a country ran by Pres. Clinton II, Obama, McCain or even Giuliani. I believe Gov. Romney is a Christian who shares my most important values. Now more than ever, we Christians need to pull together and I believe States of Grace can be that elusive element that brings us together. The movie is extremely thought-provoking and very educational for many in America who don’t know much beyond popular rumor about the faith of the man who just might be the next president. In short, this little film has the potential to actually shift and mold public opinion in a presidential campaign without being a political hatchet job like Fahrenheit 911. It should be required viewing for the entire Christian community.

My question is this – With all the stereotypes and misinformation out there about his beliefs, why hasn't anyone put this movie out there to help him? I would have to say I have never felt closer to Mormonism, and Christ's message of love, redemption, and hope, than after viewing States of Grace. You have a tool to answer the questions that would help me pull the lever for Gov. Romney, and you’re not using it.

I emailed “Evangelicals for Mitt” and they’ve never heard of the movie. I emailed a website called MittRunMitt.org and they dismissed me. I found more information on this movie at www.StatesofGrace.net

I hope you care enough to do something about this – or I’ll find a way to do it myself.

Your Brother in Christ,

Mark L.

p.s. I Googled “Mitt Romney supporters” and found your website. I hope you have some sway with the powers-that-be because I couldn’t even find “States of Grace” at Wal-Mart – and they carry everything.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd love to see Mitt committ to supporting families by putting shared parenting on the national agenday.

His religious beliefs are definitely pro family. Yet, the republican party lacks a strong candidate that will stand up to the feminist agenda and help to secure the rights of Fathers in the nation.

Its time to protect children by ensuring they have two parents in their lives by passing legislation to support shared parenting. And its time to pass laws that parallel child support legislation, that will ensure custodial parents provide the level of access that child and their non-custodial parent deserve.

There are millions of non-custodial parents, and their second spouse looking for someone to stand up and earn their vote.

Joel Johnston
www.WashingtonSharedParenting.com

7:08 PM, March 11, 2007  

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