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Romney: “We Lost, But I’m Not Going Away”

Chestertonfan Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 12:05 AM
If Romney had been elected, businesses would already be reinvesting in America and hiring people. We would also likely see a less divided America than we have today. We would be seeing an energy independence strategy all ready to go, sighs of relief from allies, fear/respect from those who would do America harm. Now you have the opposite. Missed opportunity, big time.
Marine's Dad Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 12:21 AM
Yes it was. We all know how bad Obama is so to not have voted for Romney, if only to get Obama out, is inexcusable.
Chestertonfan Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 12:31 AM
Too many Pauliacs and evangelicals stayed home. Too many others voted Libertarian. All to give America a communist, Muslim-oriented President. How far your country will slide over the next four years is open to conjecture, but the arithmetic of the deficit, lack of employment growth and divisive hyperbole at every turn do not bode well.
Marine's Dad Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 12:43 AM
You're right about that and I will hold that against them forever. To let this country be destroyed rather than vote for a "Mormon" is the height of stupidity. It's even more stupid than to vote for someone you know hasn't got a chance in Hell of winning as a protest that he didn't get the nomination.

Mitt Romney may have gone off the radar since the election but that doesn’t mean he’s done with politics altogether. In a meeting with donors and senior campaign leadership on Friday, Romney said, “We lost, but I’m not going away.” Over to you, Politico:

Romney told top Washington bundlers, donors and senior campaign leadership in a meeting Friday morning that he would help out GOP candidates for governor in 2013, during the upcoming midterm elections and the 2016 presidential race, according to two people who attended the meeting.

Romney also made clear his ambition for elected...