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I’m Happy to Be A Part of Blogs4Mitt! Chicago News Bench: “Blogs4Mitt” Unites Anti-Obama Bloggers

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May 4, 2012 – Our friend Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D., blogmaster of The Jawa Report, an influential conservative blog, has put the long and sometimes ugly Republican primary slog behind him. Looking forward, he has created another blog site specifically to promote the election of Mitt Romney. Although he is not yet the official nominee of the Republican Party, it seems all but assured that Romney will be crowned.

Rusty’s new site is called “Blogs4Mitt” and is an attempt to bring conservative bloggers together in a common cause. That cause, of course, is the defeat of Barack Obama in November.

Rusty discusses his new site:

“The primary season is all but over and Mitt will be our nominee,” wrote Rusty. “In 2004 bloggers rallied around George W. Bush and I was part of that movement. Together, we helped President Bush beat the challenge by John Kerry. It’s time for us to do the same for Romney. Can we really afford four more years of Obama’s failed economic policies? The legacy he is leaving our children is one of perpetual debt to China and dimmer job prospects to be able to pay off that debt.”

Blogs4Mitt.com”The site will aggregate pro-Romney, anti-Obama blog posts,” wrote Rusty, “It will also serve as a traffic driver to bloggers who have important / interesting things to say about this election. If you would like to join the Blogs4Mitt.com webring and be added to the blogroll, please email me.”

via Chicago News Bench: “Blogs4Mitt” Unites Anti-Obama Bloggers.

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