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"There's a Sense That We Let Mitt Romney Down"

rhough Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:30 PM
The thing I appreciate about Mitt is that, as best as he could, he took the high road. That is because he is on the high road. He is an honorable man, the highest of caliber. That people were and continue to be duped is a testimony to the votes Obama got. It also means, no matter who was elected, there is still a lot to be done to undo out of control spending by both parties and the immoral policies of the Democratic Party's perverted planks of abortion, gay marriage and other ills that are plunging this country into further darkness and decay. We are a decadent, unrepentant people who need to seek God's face and turn from our wicked ways so that as He hears from heaven, forgiveness is granted and healing in this land can begin.

Mitt Romney's top campaign aides conducted a conference call with conservative journalists this afternoon, during which they assessed the damage from Tuesday's electoral loss.  The participants included campaign manager Matt Rhoades, political director Rich Beeson, polling director Neil Newhouse and digital director Zac Moffatt.  A few notes from the call:

Matt Rhoades, on the overall race: "No campaign is perfect, and we certainly made our share of mistakes." On Paul Ryan: "He has come away from this race with a very bright future before him."

Rich Beeson, on the campaign's strategy: "We won independents and held the base....