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Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado

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Mitt Romney on Tuesday addressed over 10,000 people outside of Denver, Colorado and said the presidential debates have "supercharged" his campaign.

After the first presidential debate in Denver, a lopsided victory for the GOP candidate, the presidential race flipped, with Romney becoming the frontrunner in the polls.

And the crowd that greeted Romney at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, showed the momentum on Romney's side not just in Colorado but across the nation.

The amphitheater holds roughly 10,000 people. According to various news outlets, up to 25,000 tickets may have been requested, and thousands were turned away from the event because the venue was filled to capacity.

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Paul Ryan introduced Romney. Musicians Kid Rock and Rodney Adkins entertained the crowd.

"What a place this is," Romney said. "This is a magnificent place for a guy born in Detroit."

Romney seemed overwhelmed with emotion as he looked out to the crowd and seemed like he was about to choke up while looking at "these extraordinary mountains" that were "the handiwork of our Creator."

"Nothing more impressive than the handiwork of creating a child of God, and we're all brothers and sisters in a human family that right now wants to see the kind of leadership America wants to bring to the world," Romney said.

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Mitt Romney on Tuesday addressed over 10,000 people outside of Denver, Colorado and said the presidential debates have "supercharged" his campaign.

After the first presidential debate in Denver, a lopsided victory for the GOP candidate, the presidential race flipped, with Romney becoming the frontrunner in the polls.

And the crowd that greeted Romney at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, showed the momentum on Romney's side not just in Colorado but across the nation.

The amphitheater holds roughly 10,000 people. According to various news outlets, up to 25,000 tickets may have been requested, and thousands were turned away from the event because the venue was filled to capacity.

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Paul Ryan introduced Romney. Musicians Kid Rock and Rodney Adkins entertained the crowd.

"What a place this is," Romney said. "This is a magnificent place for a guy born in Detroit."

Romney seemed overwhelmed with emotion as he looked out to the crowd and seemed like he was about to choke up while looking at "these extraordinary mountains" that were "the handiwork of our Creator."

"Nothing more impressive than the handiwork of creating a child of God, and we're all brothers and sisters in a human family that right now wants to see the kind of leadership America wants to bring to the world," Romney said.

Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado


Yes it was huge--the Red Rocks area can only hold 10K people thousands were turned away and couldn't get in. One lady who had lived in the area all of her life--says she has never seen so many show up at Red Rocks.

Romney is leading in Colorado right now by 4 points.
The American Spectator : The Spectacle Blog : Rasmussen: Romney Leads in Colorado

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Romney is going to lose.

Not for at least 4 years. And depending how he does the next four years, maybe not then.
 

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Romney is going to lose.

Not for at least 4 years. And depending how he does the next four years, maybe not then.

Romney's guy in Indiana....

Richard Mourdock, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate in Indiana, said at a debate Tuesday that pregnancies resulting from rape are "God's intent."

Murdock was explaining his opposition to abortion in cases of rape or incest.
 

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Romney is going to lose.

Not for at least 4 years. And depending how he does the next four years, maybe not then.

Romney's guy in Indiana....

Richard Mourdock, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate in Indiana, said at a debate Tuesday that pregnancies resulting from rape are "God's intent."

Murdock was explaining his opposition to abortion in cases of rape or incest.

And that is relevant because...?
 

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Not for at least 4 years. And depending how he does the next four years, maybe not then.

Romney's guy in Indiana....

Richard Mourdock, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate in Indiana, said at a debate Tuesday that pregnancies resulting from rape are "God's intent."

Murdock was explaining his opposition to abortion in cases of rape or incest.

And that is relevant because...?

More women vote than men.
 

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More women vote than men.

And a majority of them will be voting for Romney because of the economy.

The economy is doing fine.

Auto sales are back to normal, retail sales are back to normal, housing starts shot up the last two months.

Home building will continue to bring down unemployment next year.
 

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Mitt Romney on Tuesday addressed over 10,000 people outside of Denver, Colorado and said the presidential debates have "supercharged" his campaign.

After the first presidential debate in Denver, a lopsided victory for the GOP candidate, the presidential race flipped, with Romney becoming the frontrunner in the polls.

And the crowd that greeted Romney at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, showed the momentum on Romney's side not just in Colorado but across the nation.

The amphitheater holds roughly 10,000 people. According to various news outlets, up to 25,000 tickets may have been requested, and thousands were turned away from the event because the venue was filled to capacity.

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Paul Ryan introduced Romney. Musicians Kid Rock and Rodney Adkins entertained the crowd.

"What a place this is," Romney said. "This is a magnificent place for a guy born in Detroit."

Romney seemed overwhelmed with emotion as he looked out to the crowd and seemed like he was about to choke up while looking at "these extraordinary mountains" that were "the handiwork of our Creator."

"Nothing more impressive than the handiwork of creating a child of God, and we're all brothers and sisters in a human family that right now wants to see the kind of leadership America wants to bring to the world," Romney said.

Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado

Too bad Colorado isn't going to decide the election LOL
 

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Mitt Romney on Tuesday addressed over 10,000 people outside of Denver, Colorado and said the presidential debates have "supercharged" his campaign.

After the first presidential debate in Denver, a lopsided victory for the GOP candidate, the presidential race flipped, with Romney becoming the frontrunner in the polls.

And the crowd that greeted Romney at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, showed the momentum on Romney's side not just in Colorado but across the nation.

The amphitheater holds roughly 10,000 people. According to various news outlets, up to 25,000 tickets may have been requested, and thousands were turned away from the event because the venue was filled to capacity.

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Paul Ryan introduced Romney. Musicians Kid Rock and Rodney Adkins entertained the crowd.

"What a place this is," Romney said. "This is a magnificent place for a guy born in Detroit."

Romney seemed overwhelmed with emotion as he looked out to the crowd and seemed like he was about to choke up while looking at "these extraordinary mountains" that were "the handiwork of our Creator."

"Nothing more impressive than the handiwork of creating a child of God, and we're all brothers and sisters in a human family that right now wants to see the kind of leadership America wants to bring to the world," Romney said.

Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado

Too bad Colorado isn't going to decide the election LOL

So true.

It may still go to Obama.
 

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More women vote than men.

And a majority of them will be voting for Romney because of the economy.

The economy is doing fine.

Auto sales are back to normal, retail sales are back to normal, housing starts shot up the last two months.

Home building will continue to bring down unemployment next year.

Another clown who doesn't know that housing starts does not mean new homes... Bulldoze a plot of land, wrap it in caution tape and it's counted as a housing start. Saying housing starts are up is a fancy way of trying to convince people new home completions are up without blatantly lying. :lol:
 

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Mitt Romney on Tuesday addressed over 10,000 people outside of Denver, Colorado and said the presidential debates have "supercharged" his campaign.

After the first presidential debate in Denver, a lopsided victory for the GOP candidate, the presidential race flipped, with Romney becoming the frontrunner in the polls.

And the crowd that greeted Romney at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, showed the momentum on Romney's side not just in Colorado but across the nation.

The amphitheater holds roughly 10,000 people. According to various news outlets, up to 25,000 tickets may have been requested, and thousands were turned away from the event because the venue was filled to capacity.

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Paul Ryan introduced Romney. Musicians Kid Rock and Rodney Adkins entertained the crowd.

"What a place this is," Romney said. "This is a magnificent place for a guy born in Detroit."

Romney seemed overwhelmed with emotion as he looked out to the crowd and seemed like he was about to choke up while looking at "these extraordinary mountains" that were "the handiwork of our Creator."

"Nothing more impressive than the handiwork of creating a child of God, and we're all brothers and sisters in a human family that right now wants to see the kind of leadership America wants to bring to the world," Romney said.

Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado

Obama urges Colorado voters to head to polls early

DENVER, Colo. – President Barack Obama is going to vote for someone tomorrow, but he won’t say for whom.
Speaking to a crowd of 16,000 in a Denver park, the president sought to lead by example by saying he would vote early in Chicago on Thursday.
“I can’t tell you who I’m voting for,” he said. “It’s a secret ballot. But Michelle says she voted for me.”

Obama urges Colorado voters to head to polls early - First Read
 
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