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Iowa to Romney – Looks Likely

October 28, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments


Posted by: Errol Phillips



After all the Major Iowa Newspapers came out this week-end for Romney, one could reasonably surmise that the State will GO Romney

“The economy is growing at an unacceptably anemic rate”

The Des Moines Register


“Voters this year must decide if they are or are not satisfied with and confident about the direction in which America is moving. We are neither satisfied nor confident. In our view, change is needed.”

Sioux City Journal


“The ever-changing account of how his administration has responded to and explained — or hasn’t — the assassination of a U.S. ambassador and three other Americans in Libya is raising troublesome doubts about the chain of command and whether there’s been a cover-up.”

The Cedar Rapids Gazette

“The president laments congressional gridlock that fomented under the inflammatory leadership of Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Harry Reid. The president’s deference to their reckless rhetoric further deepened congressional divide. Obama doesn’t deserve all of the blame. But he merits little credit for any meaningful attempt to bridge the gap.”

Quad-City Times

“Of the last 11 recoveries from recession, the Obama recovery is the worst. The average retail price of gas has risen by nearly $2 per gallon.  Median household income is down more than 8 percent.”

–Sioux City Journal

“Some Romney critics say he’s “anti-women” and doesn’t care enough about the poor or making sure there’s an adequate safety net for those hit by tragedy or severe circumstances. We believe most of those fears are overblown or misrepresented.”

–The Cedar Rapids Gazette

“No need to rely on hope. His record includes evidence of change…We endorse a proven manager who won’t need on-the-job training.”

–Quad-City Times

“Because we wish to see the country chart a new course to economic vitality and fiscal sanity, the Journal endorses former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney to be the next president of the United States.”

–Sioux City Journal

“And puzzling to us was why the president didn’t carry the flag for his bipartisan Simpson-Bowles panel, which recommended a necessary combination of spending cuts and revenue increases to seriously launch our way out of the deficit quagmire.”

–The Cedar Rapids Gazette

“We invested heavily in hope back in 2008.  Our 2012 endorsement of Mitt Romney comes with an imperative for change.”

–Quad-City Times

“Barack Obama rocketed to the presidency from relative obscurity with a theme of hope and change. A different reality has marked his presidency. His record on the economy the past four years does not suggest he would lead in the direction the nation must go in the next four years.”

–The Des Moines Register



  1. Shmuel HaLevi rfi
    October 28, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    Excellent news but I am concerned about the electoral college numbers.


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