Skip to comments.Mitt will do fine
Posted on 04/05/2012 12:05:13 PM PDT by Mustang Driver
The press is circulating Republican-insiders stories again, this time saying Mr. Electable is unelectable.
Dont buy the latest spin from Democrats. Conservatives should stay calm, cool and collected.
Mitt Romney is the most presidential of Republican nominees since 1988. He looks the part, he acts the part and lives the part. He has worked his way up and made it on his own even though his father was a prominent businessman and successful governor. He is the grown-up in the room whose blandness is a strikingly attractive alternative to the All Trauma Obama presidency. Over the years he has taken progressively more responsible positions from head of the Mormon mission in France to CEO of Bain Capital that have built his self-confidence and the trust of others. When people talk about the Republican establishment, they are really talking about the successful people who will make up his government. This is about running a government.
President John McCain? Come on. What were we thinking? OK, the bench was thin. President Bush forgot to develop an heir.
Mitt Romneys blandness is a plus because he exudes grace under pressure. He gets flustered. But he grins and bears it. This will serve him well in a very ugly campaign, perhaps the ugliest since 1800. We know after 4 years of watching President Obama that he is extremely vulnerable under pressure. He cracks. His temper tantrum against the Supreme Court showed how intellectually empty he is. My goodness, it is unprecedented to have justices turn down a law? Talk about acting stupidly. The pressure must be applied carefully and consistently.
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I like Mark Steyn’s line; it’s better to convince an imperfect person to do the right thing than to wair for somebody perfect.
I don’t care if he tears down a $50 million house to build a $100 million one. His wealth is not the issue with me. The issues are his love of abortion, sodomites, socialized medicine, taxes, and liberalism in general. And they are insurmountable.
Mitt Romney is the most uninspiring Republican nominee in my lifetime. He makes John McCain, Robert Dole, and Gerald Ford look like excellent choices. Romney has done more flip-flopping than Mary Lou Retton. Read my tagline VERY CLOSELY!!!! I won’t vote for him in the primary. If Gingrich and Santorum drop out, I’ll vote for Ron Paul.
I just don’t understand conservatives bashing success. He’s building it with his own money. He’s not running around the planet with an entourage on the taxpayers dime
I’m looking forward to voting for Rick Santorum in the primaries, and hopefully in the General Election.
Romney = McCain
How did that work out?
That's right... Any part you want him to portray... conservative, liberal, moderate, statist, laissez-faire libertarian, anti-gun, pro-gun, pro-border, pro-illegal, pro-growth, enviro-nut...
Whaddayaknow... all those "parts" wrapped up on one. Mitt "Sybil" Romney at your service (or not)!
Romney’s is one of less than 40 beach houses in La Jolla, worth a cool $12 million, with basement garage space for a least a dozen cars. Mitt plans to greatly expand the the current 3000 sq. ft. living space.
Romney is better on television than all three of them put together. Nothing is going to change if the banks decide to let him win the election, but at least he'll be a bit harder for the MSM to criticize than GWB was.
I’ve been looking for that Hamilton quote! Thanks!
People are so busy looking behind them in their panic, that they're failing to watch where they're headed. They forget that in voting "against" something, they are also voting FOR something, and voting FOR liberalism always empowers liberalism.
Courage -- including the courage to risk a much-weakened Obama for another four years as the price of fighting to preserve the Republican party as an antidote to liberalism -- is our best chance of being victorious in the long term to save America from socialism. The best way to weaken Obama AND Romney, regardless of who wins, is to vote third-party to dilute the percentage plurality of the winner.
Romney in the White House, the product of fear, panic, and desperation, would be the the agent that brought the Republican party to surrender to statism and liberalism; Romney would be the catalyst to make the Republican party a wholesale enabler of liberalism and disabler of any Republican fight against it.
Romney has consistently promoted the very crushing government statism that stifles morality, freedom, and prosperity, and which nourishes strife and repression -- cap-and-trade regulation to squelch energy and production; on-demand tax-funded abortion; forced acceptance of open homosexuality in all corners of our lives and punishment for resisting it; nationalized health care. Voting for Romney is NUTS.
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The communist ghetto street thug and marxist street leech parasite needs to go.
“Romneys watered down Republicanism will not fix anythign and the economy will stagnate “
All he’s got to do is approve the Keystone pipeline and some drilling here and there, lay off the coal plants, chip away at welfare, cancel Obamacare -
all of which I do believe he’ll do if elected, and I am not a Romney cheerleader.
This economy would take off like a rocket.
Problem is, a large percentage of American voters are dimmer than a 5-watt nightlight in a warehouse at midnight. With the "media's" collective nose firmly planted up Obama's backside, who will inform them they're authorized to panic?
Some of us think he has way too many actually.
I hope you are right.....but I've little confidence in Romney..and the GOP.
I don't believe that Romney and the RNC will ever attack Obama as fiercely as they attacked Newt or Santorum. The attack on Newt in Florida was over the top and I don't believe Romney will come close to that when the general election rolls around. He'll be wary of making the moderat middle mad.