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

Richard141 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 7:29 PM
To the so called "Conservatives" who stayed home on election day...grat job - we get 4 more years of Obama. Thinking things through doesn't seem to be your strong point.
Andy544 Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 7:53 PM
To the so-called 'conservatives' (who are actually BIG GOVERNMENT, DEFICIT-SPENDING STATISTS) and tried to 'pass off' an eastern establishment liberal as a "conservative" this past election: you can count on SAME result if you try it next time! Using the same losing strategy, over and over and over again (Dole, McCain, and Romney), and expecting a different result is not exactly 'thinking things through', either!
Becca in TX Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 10:37 AM
Andy-I'm really sick of you doofuses who want to claim that the "establishment" gave us our candidate. I couldn't stand McCain and Romney wasn't my first choice, but they got the MOST VOTES in the primary. Your comments disrespect everyone who actually got out and voted in the primaries for these candidates. All of the candidates were on the ballots and Romney won. Quit whining because your candidate didn't win. Mine didn't either-that's the way it works. I'd bet 10-1 that you're a Ron Paul supporter.

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...