Skip to comments.Bachmann Steps Closer To Endorsing Romney
Posted on 04/15/2012 1:16:18 PM PDT by Steelfish
Bachmann Steps Closer To Endorsing Romney Jamie Novogrod
Appearing on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday morning, Rep. Michele Bachmann said she is seriously looking into endorsing presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The remarks are the closest the former GOP presidential candidate and Minnesota congresswoman has come to making an endorsement since dropping out of the race on Jan. 4.
Citing the decision by Romneys chief rival former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum to suspend his campaign last Tuesday, Bachmann said there is a uniting and pulling together around our eventual nominee. I have said that I want my voice to be one of uniting our party, the independents, the main stream, the conservatives, evangelicals, the tea party movement, Bachmann continued, adding, Im waiting for our party to come together and help in that process.
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I hope words stick in her throat..
yawn. everyone's "endorsing" romney. ya think they ever had an original thought, any of them?
Interesting. Newt already said he would support Romney so I guess Sarah is the only one in question.
“”Bachmann said there is a uniting and pulling together around our eventual nominee.””
Not this time, chicky. mitt is a far left liberal from the same state that gave us Kennedy and Kerry. Go ahead and unite and pull whatever you want, I’m sitting this one out.
Gak! Fur-ball clean-up on isle six...
Were both of her supporters on the fence?
Oh, no. Say it ain’t so.
I may have to make up one of those, Son, I Am Disappoint graphics, but with a lady-cretin picture.
They’ll all endorse the eventual nominee.
Yup. In the end, it will be ABO.
But it's not the end yet, and we still have a chance to avoid having to choose between Obama and Romney, Newt 2012.
I hate to say this, but you can at least fill out for your local senator/congressman. That’s what I am doing, especially in swing states. Congress is the one place where you can get someone conservative in.
As for president, I used to think that sitting out the elections would be such a great idea, until I realized that given the margins in which the candidates campaign, that would pretty much equal me voting for Obama’s re-election.
As for now though, for those in the remaining states, they can at least try voting or campaigning for Gingrich. The guy has an uphill battle, but I am fond of the old saying, “Never tell me the odds”.
What is she getting in return?
Yup. Meanwhile we’re stimulating the liquor industry :-)
They have to endorse the one nominee because the objective here is to kick out Klownie the Kenyan. If it’s Romney, then so be it.
This also applies in your company if you plan to apply elsewhere while still employed. You try to send out feelers to a competing company before you jump ship from your own sorry ass company.
Sit it out? So that we get Obama, a left-wing SCOTUS and federal judiciary that will change this nation forever. Alinksky couldn’t ask for more.
Bachmann would have made the best president.. I thought in the beginning..
But after this Election Play... I feel played..
ONLY Newt could have possible fixed America..
And even with him it was a crap shoot..
Washington D.C. is a sewage drain field..
America seems to slimmed beyond cleaning up..
Could be, ONLY a revolt will promise renewal...
No, not Newt. He had the $1.6m FreddieMac albatross around his neck. Santorum won 11 states and go over 3 million votes from a diverse number of states and had he won MI and OH, he’d be the one we’d all be talking about today.
Part of the reason Newt has trouble coming acrossed as a conservative is his endorsement in the NY 23 race. There is no reason for Bachmann to open her mouth one way or the other.
Bachmann was the only true conservative in this race.
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