Saturday, December 8, 2007

Romney Week in Review

This week, at the George Bush Presidential Library, Governor Mitt Romney addressed the American people about his views on religious liberty, our country's grand tradition of religious tolerance and how faith would inform his Presidency:

"When I place my hand on the Bible and take the oath of office, that oath becomes my highest promise to God. If I'm fortunate to become your President, I will serve no one religion, no one group, no one cause, and no one interest. A President must serve only the common cause of the people of the United States," said Governor Romney.
Watch Governor Romney’s "Faith in America" Address now on Mitt TV. And then read key reflections from columnists and editorial boards on Governor Romney’s speech yesterday.
On Monday, Governor Romney discussed his Conservative Blueprint for Strengthening the Economy in New Hampshire. Governor Romney believes we need to end Washington's spending binge, reform our entitlement system, and fight looming tax hikes.
Read Governor Romney's Conservative Blueprint for Strengthening the Economy.
And, on Wednesday, Governor Romney spoke on the detention of terrorists at Guantanamo Bay as the Supreme Court heard arguments on their status: Governor Romney believes we must support our men and women in the military by allowing them to detain and interrogate the terrorists they catch. Read Governor Romney's statement on Guantanamo Bay.

Also this week, Romney for President launched its latest TV ad, "Not Politically Correct," which highlights Governor Romney's record of fighting for conservative principles in the bluest of blue states. When it was not politically correct, Governor Romney stood up for life, required English in the classroom and fought for marriage as between a man and a woman. The ad will air in rotation in Iowa.

Watch "Not Politically Correct" on Mitt TV!

Finally, Peter Flaherty, Senior Advisor to Governor Romney will be hosting an online Ask TEAM Mitt Anything at MittRomney.com on Monday at 2:30 PM EST. Please join the discussion and ask your questions about Governor Romney’s "Faith in America" speech.

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