Mitt Romney’s CPAC speech Friday showed America and the world what it had lost last election cycle: a class act with a talent for managing difficult financial propositions and cultural conundrums.
A Romney presidency would have sent a much-needed signal to the wealthy that hording dollars against wealth redistribution is no longer necessary.
Trust-fund babies and job producers are favorite targets of the Left; but at day’s end, they provide employment and contracts to workers and small businesspersons.
A Romney presidency wouldn’t have had a magic wand up its sleeve but would have offered the marketplace a chief executive whom it could trust not to gut in the name of “fairness.”
He didn’t sell some conservatives that he wasn’t more than a moderate changeling who’d do anything to become president.
Their unofficial strike on Election Day contributed to a second Obama victory. Perhaps fatalism has taken root, causing some on the Right to hope this Administration inflicts so much damage that Democrats will be run out of the White House for the next 200 years?
I think a Romney win would have been a less painful way to show Democrats the door.
Watch his CPAC 2013 speech and judge for yourselves:
Black liberals demanded I hate him because of (take your small minded pick) his ethnicity, his religion, his wealth, or the default position: all of the above.
Haters, Left and Right, can now content themselves with continued chaos that is breaking more American spirits than any foreign invader to date!
Mitt Romney was a hit at CPAC 2013.
If you listen closely, the subdued pain in his voice is echoed by millions in a national discussion who hoped Obama’s campaign slogan “Forward” meant looking forward to the next four years without him as president.
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