I agree, and with the rest of your post. The only one I was excited about was Michelle Bachman. Some people just have the right instincts and Bachman is one of them.
I was fully aware of her lack of experience and thin resume, and it eventually caught up with her. Other than Bachman, I liked Cain's 9-9-9...
With the lemons we have left, we just need to make a lemonade, get Obama out of there...
There are so many really good political reasons to reject Romney, I just don't know why folks choose a complicated subject that so many people misunderstand.
To me, it is like scrutinizing a surgeon that had to do some amputations to save the patients. I suppose the surgeon takes some grim satisfaction in an amputation done well, even though he knows he has left the patient a cripple. And he is paid well for his services, & often thanked afterward.
But who goes back to the doctor & says, "I've talked to some friends & your competition, & though they weren't there & didn't know the circumstances, they think maybe the amputation was wrong".
Sarah P was my only hope for a candidate who had not yet sold her soul to Satan in exchange for power & wealth. I liked Cain until he couldn't/wouldn't explain the money given to the women. The rest are already bought & sold. So, I am w/o a candidate to support.