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Romney at the Bat

Corndog2 Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 8:30 AM
Why are so many supposed conservative pundits so quick to call our field of presidential candidates "weak"? Any single one of them would have been 10 times better than the fecking idiot currently occupying the oval office. Heck even Vermin Supreme would have been a better choice than obamalamadingdong.
vickielant Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 9:02 AM
Totally agree, I am still sad about the 2012 Presidential race. We had a good candidate with a classy family who couldn't overcome the 47% who voted in droves. Wake-up call to the Republicans will hopefully get the base of the party in gear so that next time some of the voters don't stay home. Their is also a lesson to be learned from the Democrats, they don't bad mouth the various factions of their party. Stop the bickering between the conservatives, moderates, tea partiers and the RINO's!!!
Pat1392 Wrote: Dec 30, 2012 9:33 PM
I am with you ......I just think they need to let Obama do what he wants and see what comes from it.....talk about a teflon President!!!!! I also think Romney would have grounded AirForce1 and Airforce 2
With humble apologies to Ernest Lawrence Thayer, who wrote "Casey at the Bat," which was published in The San Francisco Examiner in 1888.

The outlook wasn't brilliant for the GOP this year:

The economy had tanked; hope and change had morphed to fear.

The strong and swift refused to join the presidential race.

So the weak and doubtful rose -- and tried to take their place.

Our Herman Cain, for instance, flogged his taxing 9-9-9.

To 10 parts cuts but 1 part tax, all said that they'd decline.

Newt brought his wife, who wore her hair as if it were a hat.

Forget the freak show, sages...