Mitt Romney's Preview of Coming Attractions

Tom Roberson
The upcoming mayoral race in Monroe, Louisiana has provided a chilling preview of just what Republicans, conservatives, and TEA Party members can expect from President Obama's reelection effort. Incumbent Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo is facing Republican Ray Armstrong this fall. Serving as Monroe Mayor since 2001, Mayo, a Democrat, is vying for his third full term amid speculation of corruption and cronyism. Sensing the waning enthusiasm among the black community this year, the Mayo campaign is pulling out all the stops and embracing racial politics full force. In an effort to bolster support among black constituents and ensure their participation at the polls, Mayo's campaign distributed the following flyers throughout selected Monroe suburbs.   If Mitt Romney thought the fight to secure the Republican nomination was tough, he's going to be in for a rude awakening when the Obama campaign smear machine gets geared up. This is just a small sample of what awaits Republicans this fall...(Read Full Post)

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