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Connecticut Gubernatorial Candidate Tom Foley Betrays Gun Owners – Supports Gun Grabber

 

 

 

 

 

 

” Tom Foley, the winner of the Republican Convention for governor in the state of Connecticut, gave strong support for Second Amendment supporters. However after doing so, Foley then turned his back on them and encouraged his delegates to vote for the number one Republican anti-gun politician, John McKinney. A last minute decision, according to video documenter Palin Smith, “put McKinney over the 15% threshold of primary election qualification.” This leaves gubernatorial candidate Joe Visconti as a possible Dark Horse in the race.

  Palin Smith has contributed many necessary videos documenting the fiasco that is going on in Connecticut. In this latest one, a delegate to the convention said that Tom Foley talks a good game, but it was his actions that were disturbing.”

 

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“4 Ways the GOP Convention Can Win it for Romney”

   ” The issues that voters care most about in poll after poll this cycle are the economy, job creation, and federal budget deficits that will
once again exceed a trillion dollars for the fourth year in a row. Providentially, the Republican ticket has an enormous level of credibility on these issues, with
Mitt Romney’s long track record of
private-sector success and Paul Ryan’s record of offering specific budgetary reform.

  Republicans have an opportunity to speak directly to voters on these issues, which will also highlight how the Obama campaign has avoided addressing them at all. “

  “Former Obama Supporter Switches Party; Set to Speak at Convention”

” Former Alabama Democratic Representative Artur Davis, who also co-chaired Obama’s 2008
campaign and seconded his nomination at the convention, has basically done a full turnaround;
he now officially supports Romney and will be a speaker at the Republican National Convention.

  Angered by Joe Biden’s comments, Davis told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer:

” I know what Joe Biden was doing
yesterday and every black person in
the room knew who the y’all was, they knew what the chains were about, knew what the metaphor was. And I will give that audience credit… It’s a divisive tactic that’s insulting to African-Americans, it’s insulting to the American people, it’s an insult to the legacy that he used to build up as an orator that used to inspire people …. and it ought to embarrass President
Obama.” “