Wannabe GOP Svengali Karl Rove helped to engineer Mitt Romney winning the Republican presidential nomination, and now says he doesn’t think Romney can beat President Obama this fall.
Recently a little birdie of mine shared some high level campaign intelligence with me that was given to Republicans on Capitol Hill, which said “Romney can’t win the election, but Obama could lose it.”
I am not a Rom-Zombie. I think my street cred for opposing Romney’s RINO record in Massachusetts and the milquetoast Republican Party establishment is well established, given the hate I receive from slappies to each of my columns that accurately point out Romney’s record and beliefs (or the lack thereof).
So it may be odd for me to lay out a blueprint for a Romney victory this fall, but if only Nixon could go to China then perhaps a Romney skeptic such as myself is the perfect person to objectively make the case that Romney can win.
And I think there’s only two things Romney has to do to pull it off and save the republic (or what’s left of it) from another four years of the Obama Regime.
1. Cease Campaigning Immediately.
Romney should immediately stop campaigning, stop doing interviews, and avoid every camera and every microphone between now and the first Wednesday in November (the day after the election). The American people have a short attention span, so the good news is they’ll likely forget who we actually nominated between now and November. But just so we don’t dare risk jarring their memory…
Air no commercials.
Select no running mate.
Cancel the convention.
Decline the debates.
Romney reminding people he’s actually running can only hurt him (us). He’s incapable of maintaining a consistent stream of thought on any issue, and he’s too easy for the Left to demagogue for various reasons. He’s the most unpopular party nominee for president since at least 1984. His performance in the last round of primaries on April 24 was the weakest of any frontrunner who had all but wrapped up his party’s nomination since at least 1972. Romney’s negatives are already as high as the president’s, and that’s before the Left actually unloads on him.
2. Romney should legally change his name to “Not Obama.”
As someone that went through a name change as a youth, I know firsthand there’s plenty of time for Mitt Romney to legally change his name to “Not Obama,” and still make the deadline for finalizing that wording on the ballots in all 50 (or 57 according to President Obama) states.