Friday, October 28, 2011

New Dogs Against Romney (Dog PACk) Member: Snowball

Snowball, Dog PAC(k) Member
Hi, Rusty -

My name is Snowball. My owner helped me join Dog PAC(k). I am so sorry for what happened to poor Seamus. Mitt Romney is mean. Please make him not be president.



Thank You, Juli Weiner, of Vanity Fair!

Juli Weiner, Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair writer Juli Weiner also mentioned meanie Mitt Romney's animal cruelty recently. In her article "Is Mitt Romney...Weird?" she said:

"...he once fastened his own dog to the roof of his car. According to a 2007 Time-magazine exposé, 'Romney’s Cruel Canine Vacation,' the former 
Massachusetts governor 'strapped a dog carrier—with the family dog Seamus, an Irish Setter, in it—to the roof of the family station wagon for a twelve hour drive from Boston to Ontario.'”

Thank you, Juli. You're one Weiner I'm proud to have in my PAC(k).



Mitt Romney: Mean to Dogs, Unqualified to be President

Mitt Romney is Mean to Dogs. 
He Should NEVER be President.

Join My PAC(k)


Thank You, David Axelrod, for Helping Me Get My Message Out


Washington Post writer and former Senior Advisor to President Obama David Axelrod mentioned Mitt Romney's dog abuse on TV this week (see video clip below).

Thank you, Mr. Axelrod, for helping me get my message out.


Thank You, Howie Carr of The Boston Herald

Howie Carr of the Boston Herald
Howie Carr, writer for the Boston Herald, published a story about Mitt Romney recently called "Mitt? Mitt Romney? President???" In the very first paragraph of the article Mr. Carr said:

"President Mitt Romney? Is it really possible? Mitt Romney — the guy fellow Republican John Lakian used to call “Mr. Mormon?” Who put Seamus the Irish setter on the top of his car and then drove to Michigan?"

Thank you, Mr. Carr, for helping me keep Mitt Romney's cruel treatment of animals in the news. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, Mitt.

Journalist: Romney must "win over" dog lovers.

Rusty, Dogs Against Romney Founder
Here's another international journalist that says Mitt Romney is going to have a problem with dog lovers. He said "it is an absolute guarantee the American Kennel Club, the SPCA, and Peta are not going to endorse Mitt Romney for president.


in reference to:
"But even if he succeeds on all these fronts, he still has to win over America’s dog lovers – all 43 million households-worth of them."
- (view on Google Sidewiki)