Exactly! Forget about all that bogus nonsense about his record and stuff. We need some hope and change, Romney style! Mmmm mmmm mmmm!
Obama voters: "Hope and change."
Romney ABOers: "Hope he'll change."
If Romney wins, in 2014, as conservative ABOers watch helplessly as Romney and moderate Republicans join with Democrats to advance the global warming agenda, advance nationalized health care, and grow government bigger and bigger, some of us would feel like asking the ABOers:
"So, how's that hope-he'll-change thingy working out for ya?"
What's really sad is reading the posts of hopeful, trusting ABOers who opine that Romney wouldn't ignore conservative Republicans because he wouldn't want to jeopardize his re-election in 2016. LOL -- the only criteria for a Republican candidate, as ABOers would have proven solidly, is for the candidate to be "Anybody But _______" (put the name of the Democrat nightmare du jour in the blank).
To quote a beloved, respected, but temporarily hysterical pundit, Republicans would "vote for an orange juice can" before they'd vote for __________ (Democrat nightmare TBA). The last thing Romney would be worried about would be his re-election. Those who pin their hopes on primary-ing him out if he confirms the corrupt character he demonstrated as governor of Massachusetts, would be sadly and rudely surprised.
Romney is bad news for everybody. I pray for a miracle that will vanquish him and raise up a limited government Republican in his stead.