Will Republicans Commit Romney-cide?


Since 1976, every time the GOP has run a RINO for president, the party has suffered an ignominious defeat – against a peanut farmer in ’76, a serial lecher in ’92 and a Marxist in 2008.

But Mitt Romney isn’t taking any chances. Should he secure the nomination, his primary campaign will ensure his defeat in November – 9% unemployment, a national debt hurtling toward the abyss, socialism and surrender notwithstanding.

Last week, Romney was beaming over what he called his “historic victory” in the Iowa caucuses. Out of 60,000 votes cast for Romney and former Senator Rick Santorum, Romney beat the Pennsylvanian (who didn’t even register on the Richter scale last year) by a whopping 8 votes, or .00001 percent. Mitt was actually down 6 votes from his 2008 total (30,021 to 30,015), despite a record turnout this year.
The victory was even more stupendous in light of the fact that Romney – who’s been campaigning in the Hawkeye state for 5 years – spent $133.30 for each of his votes, compared to the $13.33 Santorum spent per vote.

In New Hampshire, Mitt’s most impressive move was trotting out Geritol John McCain to endorse him, and to tell the rest of the Republican field to step aside and let the coronation of Willard Mitt Romney proceed. It’s hard to say which was goofier, McCain’s crotchety performance or Romney’s conviction that he’d be helped by the endorsement of a man who called him a liar in 2008, and went on to lose to the most unqualified presidential candidate in history.

Democrat websites had a blast digging up McCain quotes from four years ago: “Mitt Romney’s flip-flops are Masterpieces.” The Massachusetts governor is “very consistent – totally consistent – because he’s had two positions at least on every issue.” They’re also having fun with a new video comparing Romney to the Ken doll: “Both have no known set political views. Both are able to move left and right with equal ease. Both aren’t known for their conversational skill.”

Mitt continues to wow ‘em in the Granite state and nationwide. On January 5, The Boston Herald reported: “During a lackluster performance in front of an uninspired crowd at Manchester Central High School yesterday, Romney was overshadowed by Sen. John McCain.” Overshadowed by John McCain? Cool!

In a Wall Street Journal commentary titled “Mr. Good Enough,” Kimberley Strassel observes: “Voters aren’t convinced by Mitt Romney. They’re not certain of his convictions; they wonder if he is the leader for these times; they’re not sold on his policies or personality…. Mr. Romney is hardly an easy fit with the GOP base — from his past flip-flops on issues like abortion, to his weak tax proposals, to his concoction and defense of RomneyCare, the Massachusetts health plan that was a model for ObamaCare.”

Strassel continued, “The threat of President Obama and his determination to create an entitlement state, combined with the dismal economy, have voters eager for a bold conservative leader.” That would be a leader who’s not “lackluster,” “uninspired” and “overshadowed” by a loser like John McCain.

Since 2008, Romney’s strategy has changed — unlike his haircut….

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Comments

  1. America does not need a Mitt Romney sitting in the Oval Office. He is on record supports homosexual marriage and will not correct the problems of openly homosexual conduct in the military. He is also the architect of Romneycare which is another shot over the bow towards Socialized Medicine. He has said he would delete the offensive parts of obamacare, but has not said he would delete the whole program. You might as well vote for obama as romney, the results won't be a lot different.

  2. Bernadine says:

    ROMNEY IS ANOTHER ARROGANT OBAMA.IF ELECTED WILL STILL BE BIG GOVERNMENT. SAME O SAME O . CAN'T WE DO ANY BETTER. NEWT IS THE BEST BET TO WIN AND CHANE THIS COUNTRY BACK TO THE CONSTITUTION AND TURN THE COURTS AROUND. IF any one of you think our court's are for the right in this country. Guess again they are distroying this country along with the ACLU AND THE LAWYER"S. Newt need to get his message out instead of ad's against romney .His ad need to be about what his plans are to change this country back to the constitution. And if he plans to Put GOD BACK IN SCHOOL AND THE COURTS. I THAT IS NOT THE PLAN THEN THEY NEED TO ALL JUST GO HOME. THIS COUNTRY WILL NOT SURVIVE ANOTHER YEAR. REAL AMERICAN'S WOULD NOT HAVE LET IT GO THIS FAR. AMERICANS STILL WANT HILLERY TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT. THEY CANOT SEE SHE IS BEHIND OBAMA DOING DAMAGE TO THIS COUNTRY ALONG WITH THE UNITED NATIONS. HAS AMERICAN'S BECOME SO BRAIN DEAD THEY CANNOT
    THINK FOR THEM SELVES??? WITH OUT GOVERNMENT TELLING THEM HOW TO LIVE.

    • Seeks_the_truth says:

      Newt is just as bad as Romney. If your ONLY concern is the DoM Act, then Newt is your man. If gay marriages is at the top of your list, then go Gingrich. Other than that, look at his voting record. MOST Americans care more about the economy, jobs, inflation etc.
      He has historically voted AGAINST everything Americans say they want in a government. Do Americans want ANOTHER puppet as president?
      Newt's MORALS also leaves a lot to be desired. On his third "marriage". The divorces were due to his adultery. (with MULTIPLE mistresses) Many sexual harassment claims throughout his "career".

      A "career" politician with NO morals. Is THIS who we want as president?

      And this country has already had 8 years of HILLARY Clinton. We can't handle anymore.

  3. Banished Jester says:

    Anyone who is interested in turning the country around has only one rational choice for our command-in-chief. That choice is Ron Paul. Is sure as hell isn't Mitt Romney.

  4. Seeks_the_truth says:

    It's quiet on the comments for this article. Where are those that slammed others in support of Romney?

    This article just confirms what many were trying to say. Facts don't lie.

  5. MARY DEAN says:

    ROMNEY IS JUST ANOTHER OBOMA IS THERE NO PERSON TO TAKE THIS NUT CASE DOWN??? BETTER THAN WHAT ARE RUNNING WAS CAIN PALIN OR BACHMANN ANY CAREER POLITICAN IS BAD, BAD, BAD!!!

  6. QuillAirEeBoos says:

    Your article is accurate and well-written.

    Mitt Romney is Obama Lite.

    I'm a Ron Paul supporter.

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