Last edited by NJCardFan; 11-07-2012 at 12:58 PM.
Ignorance and apathy on a national scale combined with a far left media in league with a professional fraud-in-chief does make for more than curious results.
Also I think Romney was a weak candidate but not as bad as McCain. Most of us were voting for love of country, not Romney per se. At least thats my take.
Third parties garnered very little of the vote. In the key swing states, 3rd parties made no difference. If people stayed home, that's something else, of course.
I agree with SR that Mitt Romney needed to hammer Benghazi into the public consciousness.
I know folks are going to vehemently disagree but with a little research they would find that Romney was essentially the closest thing to a Reagan candidate since Reagan. Fiscal/social conservative.
Not saying Romney would have performed like Reagan but you never know.
Romney ran a good campaign , the ronbots didn't kill it for Romney and the dozen or so other excuses the eat your own Reps love to do after an election lose.
Like rush said this morning you can't fight Santa Claus.
P.S. Last night America's Toughest Sheriff got reelected to a sixth 4 yr term. Congratulations Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Last edited by Zeus; 11-07-2012 at 02:51 PM.
There are about 190 million registerd voters in this country. About 95 million will not cast a ballot at all and/or vote for someone else than the 2 parties. So, let's blame the other 95 million registered voters who did not choose to cast a vote or chose someone else as the reason Wiltard lost the election.
Yeah....Let's not hold the GOP responsible for who they promote and allow to run under their banner. And people like you keep accepting the same old shit sandwhiches they serve up to you year after year and then get mad when people don't want one of your "special Order samiches' ".
And don't forget to go to sleep for the next 4 years but wake up ready to cast your ballot again in 2016 for probably Chris Christie. You'll probably fall in line then too.
I believe Mitt Romney is a good man. A very good man. I believe that he would have been a pretty damn good President. I believe that he has conservative principles (you kind of have to have pretty conservative principles in order to get as successful as he has been in business). I also believe that until just a couple or three months ago, he had never really sat down and thought about just exactly what conservative principles are, what they mean, and how to express them to others, and because of that, he missed a golden opportunity earlier in the race to differentiate himself from and elevate himself above Barack Obama. By the time the Reagan-esque Romney came on the scene, Obama and company had already written the narrative that he will never, ever be able to shake.
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