Introducing The NeverTrump “Unity Dream Team”



Okay, it really is a joke but it wasn’t meant to be.

The Bulwark:

Romney-Bloomberg: The Unity Ticket America Deserves

In casting his singular vote to impeach and remove Donald Trump from office, Mitt Romney made history. Now it’s time for him to take a step further. For the good of the country, Senator Romney should run for president as an independent.

With the democratic-socialist Bernie Sanders now the Democratic frontrunner and the political arsonist Donald Trump as the Republican incumbent, there is a yawning chasm that has never before existed in American politics. By retreating to their poles, our two major parties have left tens of millions of independents and moderate Democrats and Republicans unrepresented.

Senator Romney’s entrance into the presidential race wouldn’t just give the vital center of the electorate a home—it would stand a chance to break a system that is stacked against independents and third party candidates. The last major third-party run was in 1992, when Ross Perot won 19 percent of the vote—and he accomplished this while running against two party centrists, in Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush. Against two polarizing fringe candidates with no claim to the middle of American politics, we have no idea what Romney’s ceiling might be. And as Emmanuel Macron showed in France, standing up a new party and winning a presidential election in one motion is not impossible.

In America the odds are extraordinarily long for any independent candidate. That is largely a problem of access and funding, which both the Democrat and Republican parties have been unified in blocking. But even if Romney didn’t win, his candidacy could bring enough public pressure to force the parties to give up their duopoly as citizens realize that until the possibility for a viable third party exists, we’re going to keep being forced to choose between unpopular candidates beholden to their party’s extremes.

Milquetoast Mittens and Mini-Mike. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

As the Republican party’s nominee for president in 2012, Romney’s name recognition is already high. He has the credibility and trust of moderate Republicans who see him as a sane alternative to the insanity of the president’s Twitter storm and Bernie’s socialist utopia. He could easily cross the 15 percent polling threshold.

And given Romney’s strong private sector background, he has access to ample funds to seed a nascent campaign operation off the ground before building momentum that would bring in outside donors: traditionally conservative organizations that find Trump erratic and pro-business Democrats who are fearful of Sanders’ espoused socialism.

But the biggest opportunity comes with the other half of the ticket: Because Romney would have the chance to select Michael Bloomberg as his vice president.

Oh yeah, sure. Mini-Mike wouldn’t mind dropping a billion dollars of his own money to get a job that John Nance Garner described as being “not worth a bucket of warm piss.”

The thing that gets me isn’t the profound stupidity emanating from the NeverTrump Rump like noxious flatulence. It’s the fact that they get paid a lot of money to squeeze out this pungent by-product of the dairy industry.

Lately, I feel like I am trapped in a bad acid-flashback, except I have never taken LSD.

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96 Responses to Introducing The NeverTrump “Unity Dream Team”

  1. lyn says:

    You’re saying Never Trumpers are greasy farts?

  2. Constance says:

    WOW. Somebody is out of touch with reality and I hope it isn’t me! I think that somehow these Never Trump dumb-shits think that the Independent voters Trump has attracted are now Republicans and will vote for any Republican. Big mistake morons.

  3. Mothy67 says:

    A little pride
    Her language art teacher who has a Phd told me she is the best student she has ever had. Once upon she was 3 now I have to figure out how to pay for legitimate touring. She is very good.
    The pup

  4. foxyladi14 says:

    Bloomberg Bankrolls a Social-Media Army to Push Message. Campaign is hiring workers for $2,500 per month to promote Bloomberg to all

    • Somebody says:

      He’s getting cheap. His first offer was $150 per day, that $1,050 for a 7 day week or $750 for a 5 day week. So that equals out to $4,200 (7 days per week) or $3,000 (5 days per week) for a 4 week month. For a 5 week month it’s $5,250 or $3,750.

      I considered becoming a Bloomberg spammer for 4-5k a month. I could remodel a bathroom or take a nice vacation with my ill gotten $$. 😉

      If you posted crap about him 7 days a week during March and he only pays you $2,500 you’re getting ripped off!

      Obama had paid trolls too, lots of them. That’s one thing I haven’t heard about Trump, we all tweet and post stuff about him for free 😜

  5. 49erDweet says:

    I love the numbers they project. “Tens of millions”. Sure. If you’re counting fingers and toes as ‘each’. OTOH they are not gonna believe how far they were off after the next election. Gonna blow their minds. Can’t wait, but not gonna stand too close, either.

  6. foxyladi14 says:

    😆 scrap1ron says:
    February 19, 2020 at 12:24 pm

    Today’s Rush-ism: Bloomberg is trying to buy the Presidency with HIS money. Bernie is trying to buy the Presidency with YOUR money.


  7. foxyladi14 says:

    Rod Blagojoievich.

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    Do you believe in miracles? Whoa…..

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  11. Woke Lola says:

    Aww…” the vital center.” What a cutie that is. And by cutie I mean a vomituos shit farm.

    8 years ago Romney was ” dsngerous” with his binder full of women, which was cast in a sick twist as a sexist act itself. He was dangerous because because because The 1980s called. They want their foreign policy back.

    The whole thing is a shit show run by inbred maniacs incapable of coherent or relevant though. #FuckThisShit #GoTrumpAgain

  12. Somebody says:

    Ambassador Richard Grenell named acting head of ODNI.

    I wonder if Grenell will balk at declassifying the spygate stuff? Somehow I don’t think so.

    I was hoping in POTUS’s 2nd term Grenell would get a promotion, but I never would have guessed this position. Oh and apparently he becomes the 1st openly gay cabinet member, Trump is such a homophobe

  13. Mothy67 says:

    Thank you to everyone who commented up above
    Just want to say 13+ plus years ago a teen mother chose life and I got to share so muchbof this

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  17. Constance says:

    I can’t wait to see what the analysis of this debate is like. I was out walking around the neighborhood and ran into the sisterhood of the obedient, virtue signaling Libs. They were so excited about tonight’s debate like Bloomberg was going to be the savior. I had to turn it off 5 minutes in when Warren was taking into Bloomberg for calling women “fat broads”.

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    • Constance says:

      I can’t stand Warren. It might be her voice. It might be that she is a know it all. She reminds me of the super smart kid in class who raises the curve for everyone else.

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  26. helenk3 says:

    Did not watch the wrestling match. Found an old movie on Roku. PAINT YOUR WAGON. great music and a really good looking Clint Eastwood and a great Lee Marvin. A lot more interesting and fun

  27. swanspirit says:

    I tried to tune into the debate. I didn’t make it past two minutes. I wanted to keep my dinner down. It was really good beef stew.
    Pocahontas believes in science. The woman who can’t do math, believes in science.

  28. SHV says:

    Feb 19 is the 75th anniversary of the Marine’s assault on Iwo Jima.

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  32. Mothy67 says:

    I thought mayor pete won. He sucked the least. Nanny was pathetic. I half expected amy to order him to get a salad with real utensils. Joe made me laugh trying to be alpha, but i only had it on in the background.

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  34. Mothy67 says:

    I lived in NYC when he bought mayorship. He lterally bought all competition. Everyone was on his payroll. Trump has ended him with a few tweets. It is really phenomenal that Donald J Trump has converted the sixth wealthiest man in America into a joke and his fellow democrats campaigned for Trump in a debate. Wow.

  35. lyn says:

    Fuck the comb licker.

    • lyn says:

      Women for America First

      This is the man that Amy Klobucher said has no heart. She couldn’t be more wrong.
      He ❤️’s our Veterans and our country.

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