Skip to comments.Byron York: How will conservatives greet Mitt Romney's reappearance?
Posted on 02/28/2013 10:00:47 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Mitt Romney is coming back into public view.
This weekend the former Republican presidential candidate will appear on "Fox News Sunday," his first interview since losing to Barack Obama nearly four months ago. And on March 15, Romney will speak to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, the same event at which he declared himself a "severely conservative Republican governor" during a 2012 speech.
Romney's re-emergence is likely to be met by a mixed response from Republicans. Yes, many respect him as a decent man who has done a lot of good things in his life. But just as many are still angry at him for losing. They view 2012 as a winnable race, had Romney run a sharper, more creative, more aggressive campaign....
After the 2008 race, a number of John McCain's senior aides spent months attacking each other, trashing vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, and in general showing by example why they ran such a disorganized and ineffective campaign.
Within hours of McCain's defeat, top aides were dumping on Palin, accusing her of being a rogue candidate, of blowing $150,000 in campaign money on a new wardrobe, and of being woefully unprepared for even the most basic duties of a running mate. Palin was a "diva" and a "whack job." And when Palin loyalists came to her defense, they found themselves under attack, too....
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What’s he gonna do?
SHOOT US IN THE OTHER FOOT??
Just go away, he’s been in the spotlight too long, we are sick of him, just go away. He’s like rotting garbage, he just stinks more and more each day.
Left to my own devices, I would greet him with a thrown rock, hurled fish, or a tossed plastic bag filled with red dog X@#! He’s a democrat with an R next to his name.