Mitt on McCain: He likes Democrats

The Florida GOP primary is a real dog fight between McCain and Romney. Lots of charges and accusations flying back and forth. It’s ugly. Let’s hope these two can keep spewing their venom for a couple more months. Seems clear Mitt and McCain do not like each other one bit.

Mitt accused McCain of the ultimate sin for the right-wingers — collaborating with the enemy:

“I don’t think McCain is a Democrat,” Mr. Romney said. “I do recall a story that he was thinking about being John Kerry’s running mate. He gave that some thought. Had someone asked me that question, there would not have been a nano-second of thought about it. It would have been an immediate laugh.”

Mr. Romney added: “So we are different. I’m a conservative.”

Okay, Mitt. You need to qualify that statement. It should be: “I am different now. I used to vote for Democrats. I wasn’t a conservative, but became one to run for President. So now I hate McCain and Democrats like him.”

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