Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Mitt Romney Sets Agenda For Final Weeks


Eliminating Tolls On To-Do List

BOSTON -- Gov. Mitt Romney, preparing to leave office early next year, said Wednesday he wants to move forward with a plan to eliminate Massachusetts Turnpike tolls outside Route 128.

The Republican chief executive also said he plans to push for approval of a new liquid natural gas terminal site before leaving office on Jan. 4.

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At Wednesday, 08 November, 2006, Blogger Goat said...

Thanks for the link, it will be returned, my coblogger is in Boston and a GOP operative. Mitt is the Man to lead us and with Rick Santorum unfortuntely removed from senatorial duties some very clear and ringing conservative voices will be heard on the stump over the next two years. Add Newt and McCain to that mix along with Rudy it will be one of the cleanest primaries in history and most invigoratingly fresh with issues and ideas.I look forward to future cooperation, my coblogger turned me onto Mitt two years ago.
Grassroots especially those of the rhysome type are impossible to stop and it appears we are near that level.
Mitt in 08 and a new real conservative majority!

At Wednesday, 08 November, 2006, Blogger Kevin Davis Jr. said...



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