Thursday, September 08, 2011

I Genuinely Despise Mitt Romney

I've long detested Romney, and didn't think he could fall any lower in my estimation. I was wrong.

Let me make myself perfectly clear (in case I haven't been up until now): I will NEVER, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, EVER vote for this flip-flopping, pandering, pro-abortion (YES, HE IS), health-care mandating, Rockefeller RINO fraud. If I knew with absolute certainty that my vote would be the difference in his beating Obama, I STILL wouldn't vote for that fraud Romney.

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At 9/09/2011 7:38 AM, Blogger Paul Zummo said...

I'm seriously moving in your direction. Unfortunately I'm hearing that my mother-in-law, who lives in Texas, has decided to support Mittens, and all because she thinks Perry was weak at the debate and he is not "electable." GARRRRRRRRHHHH.

At 9/13/2011 2:50 PM, Blogger matthew archbold said...

Where did this "Perry is unelectable" meme come from? Why does anyone believe it?

The only one who gains an advantage from that idea is Romney.

At 9/13/2011 3:26 PM, Blogger Jay Anderson said...

Where did this "Perry is unelectable" meme come from?

Karl Rove, coordinated with other establishment Bushies (see comments from Rove, Cheney, etc., all timed the same day as the Reagan Center debate - makes me wish they had wound up in prison with Scooter Libby.)

Why does anyone believe it?

Anyone truly paying attention doesn't buy it. The longest-serving Governor in the history of the second most populous state who has NEVER lost an election is somehow "unelectable", while the allegedly "electable" one is the guy who is 1 out of 3 in election campaigns (actually, more than that when you factor in that he didn't win a single primary in 2008), who can't seem to catch on with ANYONE when it comes to voter appeal, and whose big claim to fame prior to his 1 term as Massachusetts governor was that he ONLY lost to Ted Kennedy by 17 points in the year when Republicans made historic gains nationwide in the congressional elections of 1994.

Makes sense ... if you're the Stupid Party.

At 9/21/2011 2:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not voting for Romney either. He sounds too much like Obama to me.
I won't vote for Perry either.


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