Did Mitt Miss Out?

Mitt Romney wants to be your president. According to some people, he wants to be a conservative president. In fact, he’s more conservative than that crazy guy Newt Gingrich. Don’t worry about that stuff he did in Massachusetts. His greatness was in becoming governor of such a blue state as a Republican. What he did to get that job is inconsequential.

Romney actually tried to be the conservative candidate in 2008. Republicans were still dumb enough to pander to their base even after the drubbing of 2006. Alas, Romney’s varmint huntin’ was not enough. The candidate experienced in government was nominated back when Republicans were dumb enough to think Democrats would let Hilary Clinton win.

Now Mitney is going in the other direction. He’s going to run a general election campaign and let voters eventually give up and vote for him because Obama is that terrible. This year, his greatest challenge may be dinosaur Newt Gingrich. Gingrich is now at a whopping 50% in Florida. If Mitt loses New Hampshire, he’ll go into a Rick Perry type of slide.

I bet he wished Sarah Palin was in the presidential field now. She’d wipe the floor with Newt.

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8 Responses to Did Mitt Miss Out?

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Poor Mitt, even his friends don’t like him.

  2. elliesmom says:

    The Republican I want to vote for is Sarah Palin, and it’s not just because she’s a woman. But the Republicans seem determined to make sure that’s not going to happen. Any other Republican is just a Not Obama vote for me so it matters not which one they choose as long as he or she can beat Obama. As a resident of MA I can say that I have no idea what kind of president Romney would be with a Republican legislature to back him up. In MA he was always working against the Democrats. He actually vetoed parts of RomneyCare but had his veto overridden. Whether he or Newt would wreak more havoc is a total unknown. One is .a sleazy businessman and the other a sleazy politician. It all depends on what kind of push back the Democrats provide. That I can’t count on them to do that is no reason to reward them with the presidency.

    • 1539days says:

      And Mitt would get so much further if he made the case that Romneycare was shoved down his throat and failed because of that. He just refuses to take back what he calls a success on MA.

  3. votermom says:

    I heard on talk radio yesterday, Michael Smerconish getting Arlen Specter’s opinion on the race.
    First they commented on thin-skin Mitt’s interview at Fox, and Specter said Mitt broke the cardinal rule of media interviews – “Don’t let your face show how hard your ass is getting kicked.”
    Then Specter said that the word is that Huntsman’s daddy is committing around $800,000 to the NH race, so he thinks that Huntsman may be the next one up. Ew.

  4. yttik says:

    Yesterday Palin said that she did not believe that the race had come down to a choice between Newt and Romney. She said nothing was settled yet and there are still 32 days to go. She refused to list Newt or Romney’s strengths and weaknesses and instead mentioned the other candidates.

    Besides her words cheering me up, what she didn’t say about Romney was pretty revealing.

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