Remember when Mitt Romney lost the 2012 Elections to Barack Obama? Well it looks like Romney 2.0 is in the works. According to Washington Examiner Mitt Romney is meeting with advisors, family, and potential donors to consider another Presidential run in 2016.
Romney has maintained close contact with most of his advisors and is carefully weighing the options. One wonders if he will make the same blunders made in the last election or if he will learn that immediate access to media is something that actually exists. How Republicans can even fathom putting a raving lunatic like Romney up on the ticket again shows just how out of touch with reality they truly are.
In 2012 Romney went from campaign stop to campaign stop making one mistake after the other. The most obvious sign of a poor candidate is that he was a progressive Republican running on a Tea Party ticket. This was a man who had to sacrifice everything he said he believed in order to get a nomination on the ballot. Boy how money talks!
A list of his lies varied from week to week and sometimes hour to hour, dating back long before the ’08 GOP primary
- He owned guns on January 10, 2007
- He never owned guns on January 14, 2007
- Health Care Mandate
- Signed it into law in 2006
- Disagreed with his own law, despite its success, in 2007
- Grover Norquist Tax Pledge
- “Tax Pledges are Beneath Me” 2002
- “Tax Pledges are Beneath Me” 2006
- Signs Norquists pledge 2007
- Pro Choice 1994
- Pro Choice 1998
- Refuse to answer in Conservative Utah 1999
- Pro Choice 2002
- Pro Choice 2006
- Anti Choice 2007
- Gun Control
- Pro Gun Control (Brady Bill) 1994
- Pro Gun Control 2002
- Pro Gun Control (Signs Massachussetts Permanent Assault Ban) 2004
- Pro Gun Control – Federal Weapons Assault Ban 2004
- Anti Gun Control 2007
- Anti Gun Control 2008
- and so it goes on
Can an obvious flip-flopper like this, who clearly has no moral character or integrity, truly be a front-runner for the Republican Party once again? The GOP pollmakers sure seem to think so. Now, let’s not even count him out yet, either. There have been many front-runners who have lost one campaign and then four years later have gone on to win the Presidency.
So it is important to remember that while Romney may be a blithering idiot he is also supported by a horde of blithering idiots that do hold a vast number of the population. If the idiots of the electorate show up en masse, as they are wont to do when led by the Faux News rhetoric and propaganda reminiscent of Orwell’s 1984, then he could presumably become the next President of the United States. They are after all mindless sheep meandering through the universe doing only what they are told, when they are told to do it, so long as White Jesus approves.
We remember the flip-flopping, the errors of integrity, and the fact that he is not qualified to lead this nation. What more evidence do these teapublican blowhards really need?
Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, Ted Cruz
It’s no secret that many conservatives are jealously salivating over what Obama already has: the White House. Jeb Bush, Paul Ryan, and Ted Cruz all appear poised to make that announcement. The posturing by the nutjobs in the last couple years has been nothing but astounding. And yet with the overall idiocy of what they have not accomplished these teapubs want to run on a platform of yelling at Obama over what he has not done…
Paul Ryan has actually come out in support of Mitt Romney, his former running mate in the 2012 elections.
I sure wish he would! He’d make a phenomenal president.
-August 24, 2014
Ted Cruz, the theocratic nitwit, presumably has his eyes set on the Presidency. He’s been groomed by his father, a dominionist pastor who wants to see the Constitution overthrown and replaced with tyrannical biblical law, since he was a young boy to attain high office. He holds no love for the upstart Mormon, Mitt Romney, as Romney has not the Biblical qualifications to rule with an iron fist – after all Romney is a “progressive in hiding”….
Jeb Bush has had his name thrown around a time or two and should it come to a showdown between another Bush (and Clinton, ironically) then the assumed stance throughout the GOP will be that Mittens will back down.
Which is worse? Bush 3.0 or Mittens 2.0