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Friday, July 25, 2008

Novak likes Mitt

From ROBERT D. NOVAK –

'The principal reason why former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has climbed to the top of Sen. John McCain's practical wish list for vice president is the possibility that he could bring Michigan's 17 electoral votes to the Republicans for the first time since 1988. Private polls show Romney could make all the difference in Michigan. A McCain-Romney ticket carries the state by a moderately comfortable margin. With any other running mate, McCain loses Michigan.'

1 comment:

Joseph said...

Novak probably said he liked Mitt the same day he ran over that old guy walking across the street. Makes me wonder if he wasn't sippin on the juice?