As I said, you flunked logic completely.
In US elections, there is no box to mark “against” any candidate. One must vote “For” one, or not vote at all.
I voted for McStain but don’t run around blaming everyone else for his complete and utter failure.
The GOP has serious problems and those screeching the loudest about it being the fault of the people are headed for a lifetime of disappointment.
Some folks have convinced themselves of some great political history of the Romney family which isn’t really true. George Romney was a liberal republican who actively sought the help of Saul Alinsky to save Detroit. He also stomped offstage when Goldwater won the nomination then actively campaigned against him in the general election.
Mitt Romney was a one term governor who saw the writing on the wall and chose to step aside after 1 term. Scott Romney (Who the GOP is pimping for a senate race for the Levin seat) is a failed attorney general candidate. Scott’s wife Ronna Romney was a state senator who ran against Levin and was defeated.
Voting for his opponent IS voting against him, whether you love the opponent or not.
Failing to vote IS NOT voting against him.