Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Romney Running Scared

Romney is clearly feeling the heat. He's started mentioning Gov. Huckabee on the campaign trail in an effort to ward off the inevitable overtaking of his campaign by Huckabee's authenticity...unfortunately Romney is stooping to spewing falsehoods to do it.

HUCKABEE: Good news for the underdog campaign that every member of the Fourth Estate seems to love: Romney mentioned Huckabee by name on the campaign trail over the weekend. NBC/NJ's Erin McPike reports: Late Friday afternoon at a campaign event in Fort Madison, Iowa, Romney made the unusual move of mentioning Huckabee in his stump speech when discussing his views and background on illegal immigration. “When I was governor, they passed a law saying we’re going to give in-state tuition breaks to illegal aliens, and I vetoed that,” he said. “Now did other people have a different view? Gov. Huckabee, who’s running for president also, he signed that,” Romney stated incorrectly. “He wanted in-state tuition breaks for illegal aliens in his state. I think that’s the wrong way to go.”

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