The LOSERS in the establishment GOP pushed the LOSER Romney on the GOP primary voters, when 70% of the primary voters wanted someone more conservative. (Remember: Romney was the LOSER who lost to the LOSER John McCain who lost to Obama)
But “frontrunner” Romney was who the LOSER Rove wanted.
This was because Romney had what voters crave- he had electability! Despite never getting more than 30% in the, um... primary elections,... among GOP voters themselves...
So... the GOP lost (surprise!) and the LOSERS who lost it, to the worst pResident in history, want to form a PAC to ... do what exactly? Push candidates with more ‘electability’ again?
Coulter was even more graphic about how she thought Romney was the most winnable, after first picking Christie.
But the Romney nomination disaster was due to much more than those two individuals.
He was up against a bunch of weak candidates who spent most of the race fighting each other and Cain blew up on his own, all after make believe (media driven) runs by two individuals who never intended to run and didnt.
Both Santurum and Newt were very weak candidates so neither got all the anti-Romney support to really challenge him.
Rove is not the all powerful puppet-master many want to make him out to be.
Romney was bound to lose that race in my view, but so were the others.
RE “So... the GOP lost (surprise!) and the LOSERS who lost it, to the worst pResident in history, want to form a PAC to ... do what exactly? Push candidates with more electability again?”
Pointing out the weaknesses and flaws of Rove is valid but still does not address the authors points :
A number of EASY Senate races were lost the past two elections due purely to the candidate's stupidity and lack of self disciplined that had nothing to do with Rove or Romney. Akin and Angle are the most obvious. It was a throw away so bad that it almost reeks of setup. Something needs to keep that from happening again.