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Can Romney Show Voters That Obama Is Out of Date?

Libertyinfinite Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 12:07 PM
Romney is buying the nomination. The Romney camp has obviously told him not to say anything because he is such a disastrous loss politically against obama. They are just hoping to wrap up the nomination before anyone notices that Romney is a complete fail. Romney can't hit obama hard enough to make any impact politically. But the elites or as you say "the affluent" i.e. the very rich who are the Romney machine do not seem to care that Romney will lose to Obama. It's sad to see Americans get the short end of the political stick in 2012. Romneys store bought persona will be a store bought loss for America.
MacQ - Texas Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 4:38 PM
Nice try, Obama voter. Not buying.
The Teleprompter Speaks Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 12:50 PM
The very rich are in Obama's camp.
HCMC Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 12:56 PM

You have that right, R,A.

Romney is going to need all he can get, and for those two arsewipe losers, Newt the Fruit and Sick Sanatorium, to drop out so he can focus his time, effort, and money on Obama, and not those two liberal RINO losers.

HCMC Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 12:19 PM

Romney is buying........

LOL - liberal whining slob - get real.

Obama has a war che$t and a half.

sashamanda Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 12:41 PM
The fact that Obama has a huge war chest does not negate the fact that Romney has won the delegates he has by outspending his opponents by five to ten times on viscious, fallacious ads. Ironic that the same Wall Street hedge managers and bankers (Goldmand Sachs, etc) and the Washington lobbyists that are backing the Romney candidacy are the same ones that backed Obama in 2008.
HCMC Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 12:54 PM

It's politics at its highest level, and it is what it takes, so quit your lame, liberal whining, loser.

Time for a postmortem on the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

Yes, I know Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich are still out there saying interesting things. And that Rick Santorum says it's only halftime and argues he can somehow overtake Mitt Romney by carrying his home state of Pennsylvania.

But polls there show a close race. And the idea that, if Romney falls short of a delegate majority, superdelegates will throng to a proudly unscripted, shoot-from-the-lip alternative is delusional.

The interesting questions are what the primaries and caucuses tell us about the state of the Republican Party and about Mitt...