Mitt Romney did exactly what McCain did. Both of them made the deliberate decision not to use the ammunition they had. McCain refused to point out the glaring holes in the Obama resume. Romney did not even attempt to explore the nefarious role Obama played in the slaughter of those Americans in Benghazi. They gave Obama the presidency.
I fear that both Parties are leading us to the same place. America is not intended to any longer to be a super power. In my view all of these people are traitors.
Romney should have called Obama a failure to his face at the second debate and told him flat out that he was elected to fix things, not to complain about his predecessor. He should have invoked Ronald Reagan. Reagan inherited a worse financial crisis with both high unemployment and rampant inflation. Yet, Reagan was immediately blamed for the country’s economic ills. He did not have an adoring press to cover for him. Reagan never blamed Jimmy Carter. Instead he rolled up his sleeves, got to work and fixed things. He didn’t take exotic vacations and play golf all the time. He held cabinet meetings, worked with Congress and held regular press conferences — remember those? I actually miss Helen Thomas because she reminds me of the time when Presidents of either party had the decency and accountability to go a few rounds with the press.