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Romney May Be the End of the Line for the Republican Establishment

Harrison Bergeron Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 7:57 AM
"If Romney loses in November, the Republican base will no longer buy the electability argument for an establishment candidate." The "Republican base" HAS NEVER bought that idiotic argument. We just get it stuffed down our throats every four years. The only time the base ever got its way was that one time when our "un-electable" guy won by the biggest landslide in history, freed the hostages, busted a government union, stopped runaway inflation, lowered taxes 50%, produced 20 years of prosperity, defeated the Soviet Union, and stepped back from the brink of global nuclear annihilation. But then we got Bush, Dole, Bush, Bush, McCain, RINO Romney stuffed down our throats -- leading directly to Caesar Obamanus.
MikeFromNC Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:13 AM
Excellent point Harrison. Romney has very little familiarity with true American patriots. The RINO establishment keeps pushing losers on us and we wonder why our country spirals downward. obama is the worst faux president that we have had in our history. But, one has to wonder, how did we get to the point that so many people can be deceived? I truly do not know which would be worse romney, who is a middle of the road moderate- afraid of his own shadow who will placate the spirit of easily convinced Americans, or an evil marxist who is intent on destroying the America as we know it. How have we come to the point where we, the American people, who work hard and love this country and our God, are supposed to choose between these two.
McMichael Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:17 AM
Mike: "How have we come to the point where we, the American people, who work hard and love this country and our God, are supposed to choose between these two. "

Republicans have sat back and let it happen. No will to kick buns and make real war on the Left that makes war on us. The Right is complicit in the decent into culture rot by doing little or nothing at all... No guts, no glory.
McMichael Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:02 AM
Mitt Romney's comments about 47 percent of Americans being dependent on government and locked in to vote for President Obama highlight a fundamental reality in American politics today: The gap between the American people and the political class is bigger than the gap between Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C.

Romney's remarks are the GOP equivalent of Obama's notorious comments about small-town Pennsylvania voters bitterly clinging to their guns and religion.

Both Romney and Obama highlighted the condescending attitude that political elites hold of the people they want to rule over. A National Journal survey found that...