Monday, July 16, 2007

Romney ad complains about "cesspool" affecting children
By Glen Johnson, AP Political Writer | July 16, 2007

BOSTON --Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney complains about the "cesspool" enveloping the nation's children in his seventh campaign ad.

"I'd like to see us clean up the water in which our kids are swimming," Romney says in the ad, which began airing Monday in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. "I'd like to keep pornography from coming up on their computers. I'd like to keep drugs off the streets. I'd like to see less violence and sex on TV and in video games and in movies."

Why don't you start in your hotels there Mitt?


At 9:17 PM, Blogger Ashen Shard said...

well, parents can stop the pornography from coming up on their computers by installing a filter. Seriously, what ever happened to small government and letting people take care of their own families lives? Government cannot be a nanny.

At 9:24 PM, Blogger Paddy said...


At 10:01 PM, Blogger Corinne said...

This is interesting to watch: A coordinated, albeit belated, swiftboating of Mitt Romney by the Religious Right and the progressive blogosphere is joining in.

As Pastor Dan observed, "The Religious Right has decided to stick a shiv in Romney's campaign."

Romney Criticized For Hotel Pornography


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