Democrat Consultant calls Mitt Romney 'the Worst Presidential Candidate in the Past 30-40 Years'.





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Published on Jul 20, 2012

On Nashville's "This Week with Bob Mueller" on News2 WKRN, Democrat Consultant John Rowley from Fletcher Rowley Consultants made the assertion (at :57) that Mitt "Romney is hands down the worst presidential candidate that been a nominee for any party for the past 30 to 40 years". Rowley went on to say "if this economy wasn't so bad, he would have zero chance of winning".

From http://fletcherrowley.com,

Before age 20, John Rowley had worked full-time positions in television and radio in Burlington, Iowa. He did radio and television reporting, served as a radio public affairs director, was an on-air disc jockey and did master control switching. He became one of the youngest principals and owners of a national political media consulting firm in 1996 at 26, forming Fletcher Rowley with Bill Fletcher.Rowley has worked on over 400 political campaigns for Democrats in 46 states. He has worked with candidates from President and governor to city council. His firm has won 30 Pollie Awards. Their commercials have been featured on NPR, PBS, CNN, FOX, MSNBC and on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. His firm's work has been covered by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.

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