Mitt Romney: Annual Reagan Lecture

I have to agree with Bosman at Rightosphere.  I believe this is the best performance I have ever seen Mitt Romney give.  Wow!  It is quite long, but well worth watching.  If all those people who attended could spare an hour, so can we:)  Listen to how Mitt answers the question about running in 2012.  While still eluding that he is running, this is the closest he has come to indicating that he is indeed running.

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Author:Spencer Iacono

6 Responses to “Mitt Romney: Annual Reagan Lecture”

  1. Susan
    May 29, 2010 at 10:57 pm #

    Incredible. Govenor Romney’s message was full of hope and meaning. You can feel a sense of truth to what he shared. It is good to hear things worth meditating upon.

  2. Carol Ann
    May 31, 2010 at 10:43 pm #

    Now is the time for principled leadership to help us get America back. Hopefully people will recognize Romney’s proven business track record and his strong positions on many fronts as outlined here. This was a stunning speech. I hope millions hear it and go to the polls in November and begin the process for the long journey back before it is too late for America.

  3. Dottie Machado
    June 2, 2010 at 4:32 pm #

    Everyone knows we need desperately someone with “common sense” in the White House. Mitt Romney, for the sake of our country, please run again for president with Condolesa Rice as your running mate; what an awesome duo this would be!

  4. June 2, 2010 at 6:48 pm #

    I’m with you guys, Mitt needs to run! You know what? He WILL run in 2012, count on it! Mitt has the character that if he has even the slightest chance to make a difference, he will go for it.

  5. June 14, 2010 at 2:27 pm #

    Mitt Romney is a man of profound intellect, with the ability to carry out his solutions, which he has expressed on various occasions!
    You’ll have my vote in 2012, Mitt.

  6. SteveJ
    July 11, 2010 at 5:34 pm #

    Can you say McCain — the sequel?

    The whole notion that Ronald Reagan would have anything to do with Mitt RomneyCare, on which ObamaCare was based, is pure folly.

    This is a person with no Conservative ideas in the domestic or foreign policy arena.

    But why should that bother the modern day Republican Party?

    The party hasn\’t nominated a Conservative since Ronald Reagan — a period of time lasting more than 2 decades.

    Why should it start now?

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