Skip to comments.Romney Chief Strategist Stu Stevens: Media Wasn't In Tank For Obama
Posted on 02/24/2013 2:35:52 PM PST by Sir Napsalot
(9:49 long) Stu Stevens' take on "so-called" media bias and Romney's 2012 campaign.
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Gutless and nutless, no wonder the Romney campaign was doomed from the start!
Whew... Is it any wonder Romney lost, with simple assclowns like Stu Stevens failing to even recognize the enemy?
A loser candidate backed by a party with no interest in winning and surrounded by incompetent advisors. What could possibly go wrong?
Seems to prove that Romney just threw money and thought he could buy a winning campaign team.
Those guys had no loyalty, they only cared about bleeding him dry and taking his money.
Romney may be a RINO, but I still pity him for being that foolishly naive.
He’s no worse than the Bush and McCain bozos.
Why not? That’s what Romney thought.
What an asshole!
This is why we lost, AGAIN! The “chief strategist” for our side is dumber than a box of rocks and never noticed that the clowns in the state run “media” are kissing Barry’s arse 24/7. The way I see it, the GOP “strategists” for the last two elections worked a hell of a lot harder trying to get the Kenyan elected than they did trying to get the GOP nominee elected. JMO.
Did Reagan need a strategist? If you are running for the most important gig in the world, you’d better have these things figured out on your own, and not rely on consultants.
just barely time for me to sneak in a paragraph about this in here:
You obviously weren’t around for the Dole campaign.
I was...and frankly I don’t think it would have mattered, Dole was not going to beat Clinton, no matter what.
Obama was very, very beatable. And they blew it, big time.
He was worthless. A total waste of an election, and four years.
I do not support anything about his campaign now. And I condemn this idiot for repeating the nonsense.
Yeah, but Romney and the GOP-e did a bangup job destroying all of his Republican competitors and smoothing his glide path to the nomination, eh?
Indeed. We had a very weak round of candidates this time,, after Sarah Palin dropped out.
I thought Romney was the strongest. I may have been wrong.
these types continue to circulate in DC, selling themselves out for their ‘brilliant strategic’ advice to the next batch of politicians.
Romney installed ObamaCARE/RomneyCARE and
made Obama pRes_ _ent twice.
I guess maybe that stolen Seven Trillion Dollars buys a whole lotta ass-kissin'.
The Consultants credo. “When you see the light at the end of the tunnel, make more tunnel.”
That’s what happens when the most populous solidly Republican state, Texas, doesn’t have a say as to who the candidate will be.