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Robert437 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 7:21 AM
Then why in the world was Romney picked in the first place. What a wast of time. The GOP will never learn. The GOP will never listen. The GOP will never win.
Marine's Dad Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 7:27 AM
At least not until we dump the Rockefeller Republicans that run the show and are perfectly content to remain the minority party forever, as long as the Democrats and media like them. Boehner ins one of their biggest cheerleaders.
KenW Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 7:57 AM
When Republicans act and run for election like democrats they lose elections.

They were too convinced that President Obama could not get re-elected because of the high unemployment and the economy. I'm begining to think that Mitt Romney just though he'd win by default because of Obama's policies.

Maybe he should have, but incumbents are hard to beat!
NewJAl Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 8:11 AM
I do think Romney and Rubio might have been a winning combination, but am not one to cry over what should have been.
Really have not heard a word from Rubio during the campaign, after his wonderful speech at the convention. Perhaps he was speaking where Latinos are abundant.
What impressed me, most, was how our millions lived their lives insulated against what Obama really wants, if you judge him from his life-long friends and associates.
They still seem to be.

I’m not much of a whiner, nor am I someone who makes predictions. I’d hoped for a Romney victory, though more for an Obama defeat. But that, when you think about it, was the problem. While there’s no doubt Romney would’ve been a much better President than the current occupant of that office, when people are presented with a choice between the vague they know and a vague they don’t know, they will pick what they know.

Romney offered a vision of American that was different, but didn’t spend a lot of time explaining how it would get to...