Mitt Romney: Another over rated White boy.

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Feb 18, 2013
 
Ms Mack wrote:
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I thought their boy Rubio is the new face of the GOP?
Rubio is another GOP lunatic who won't win a national election.
He hates his own people.
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Feb 18, 2013
 
ZCs wrote:
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He fits the Republican standard of being ignorant, stupid and
living in alternate universe.
I think the next round of Republicans will be worse than the ones we just seen. It will be very amusing to watch.
Based on what they trotted out last year, a clown show, they don't have to worry about winning presidential elections for the foreseeable future.
America doesn't vote for crazy.
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Feb 18, 2013
 
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I agree. Wow he is a Hispanic Republican.
He is what we call a whitetino, a latino who thinks they're white, completely forgetting what he really is.
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Feb 18, 2013
 
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Christy is their only hope in 2016 he seems to be pretty level headed for a republican of course that will make it harder for him to get the repub nomination.Most repubs are not level headed.
Nor are they logical, the reason Romney and McCain lost.
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2016 is so far away and we still have 4 more years to enjoy Obama. Hopefully the Republicans can get their acts together and produce a mentally competent person. I am hearing Christy and Rubio. I don't like Rubio. We will see.
They'll never get their act together, they're too extreme, outdated and still stuck in a time long past.
For them to get their act together, they have to catch up with the demographics and issues of modern day America, not their grandfather's America.
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Christy is not pleasing to the eye, but he does have sense. He got some serious credibility points in the Sandy disaster. People really respect him for how he stood up for his state, instead of towing the party line.
Christy is the only member of the Republican party with any integrity.
They don't like him because he's been truthful and won't go along with the extremism within their party.

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He is what we call a whitetino, a latino who thinks they're white, completely forgetting what he really is.
He has clearly forgotten where he has came from. I guess the system is working for him. He is an idiot.

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They'll never get their act together, they're too extreme, outdated and still stuck in a time long past.
For them to get their act together, they have to catch up with the demographics and issues of modern day America, not their grandfather's America.
I agree. I hoped that we would, but it would take a miracle to changed the GOP.

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Here's one conservative republican's viewpoint on the republican party...

http://townhall.com/columnists/patbuchanan/20...

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Here's one conservative republican's viewpoint on the republican party...
http://townhall.com/columnists/patbuchanan/20...
Thanks for the info. Many feel the same about the GOP.
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Damn he has a sharp tongue. I think the Republicans are set in their ways and it would take a miracle for them to change. I like your thread and all the info you provide. Thanks.
Thanks!
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He has clearly forgotten where he has came from. I guess the system is working for him. He is an idiot.
I agree, he's the type who will deny his heritage until he gets into trouble much the way lowlife murderer George Zimmerman did after he murdered Trayvon Martin, claiming he's a Latino.
Want to bet he denied being Latino most of his life?
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I agree. I hoped that we would, but it would take a miracle to changed the GOP.
That bunch is so evil, hateful and out of touch that it will take more than a miracle.

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I agree, he's the type who will deny his heritage until he gets into trouble much the way lowlife murderer George Zimmerman did after he murdered Trayvon Martin, claiming he's a Latino.
Want to bet he denied being Latino most of his life?
He looks Hispanic to me. He can't do anything about that.

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That bunch is so evil, hateful and out of touch that it will take more than a miracle.
Yeah that's why I vote Democrat. I could never vote Republican.

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Yeah that's why I vote Democrat. I could never vote Republican.
Me too. Just watch how John Mccain is voting against a guy he said that he would have voted for just because he has a personal vendetta.

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Me too. Just watch how John Mccain is voting against a guy he said that he would have voted for just because he has a personal vendetta.
Mc Cain is a clown and a loser. Politics is a corrupt world. I am a Democratic voter for life.
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Yeah that's why I vote Democrat. I could never vote Republican.
Yeah he does, but for most of his life, he denied it.
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Yeah that's why I vote Democrat. I could never vote Republican.
Exactly.
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#765
Feb 23, 2013
 
For months, Mitt Romney has been little more than a specter haunting the GOP, tucked away in La Jolla, California, never appearing on television, and rubbing shoulders with his fellow Republicans only on the rarest of occasions.

But nearly four months after Romney conceded the presidential election with a meek send-off in a half-filled Boston convention center, he is venturing out again, slated for a speaking spot at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference.
The moment is being billed as Romney’s reemergence, but the truth is he never really left. Even though he hasn’t been seen, Romney has been hovering, ghostlike, over the Republican Party since November.
And now, as Republicans emerge in the early earliest days of the next presidential cycle with their own proscription to fix what ails the GOP—Eric Cantor one week, Paul Ryan the next, Jeb Bush the following—the one thread linking each diagnosis is plain: WE ARE NOT THE PARTY OF ROMNEY. To lead the party in the future, candidates must be everything Romney is not: not old, not rich, not white, not Northeastern, not living down any past apostasies. Only then can the right potion be discovered to exorcize the ghost of Romney for good.
It used to be that losing presidential contenders were seen as still relevant. Think of John McCain, who remains a spear for Republican senators. Sometimes, as in the case of John Kerry and Al Gore, the losers were considered frontrunners the next time around. Or, in the case of Bob Dole, they retired to a sort of a bipartisan eminence and were mostly forgotten.
But Romney has been doing more to define what the party stands for—albeit as a mirror-image example—than he ever did while running for president. The memory of his candidacy is forcing the party to confront its weaknesses in a way that his real candidacy never could.
“People didn’t blame McCain,” says John McLaughlin, a GOP pollster.“But in this case you had high unemployment, a flat economy, a president that wants to raise taxes, a cover-up in Benghazi, and a president willing to make defense cuts. The stakes were so high, and we thought we were going to win. It is just really aggravating to Republicans.”
One reason the former governor’s shadow is lingering: unlike McCain and Kerry, Romney did not have a political role to fall back on after Election Day. Their losses were equally painful to the party faithful, but they were able to take up the fight again as soon as the next legislative session began. Nor was Romney a beloved figure. Lacking the irreproachable personal biography of a Bob Dole, he was known mostly as a ferocious intraparty brawler who tore down Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich, and others. Romney was seen as a transitional figure by party stalwarts, someone who could tide them over until the deep bench of 2016 was ready.

The phantasm was there in Sen. Marco Rubio’s response to the State of the Union address. The Florida Republican assured listeners that Democrats, just like Republicans, love America and talked about living in “the same working-class neighborhood I grew up in.” That was contra Romney, who reminded campaign audiences that his voters, at least, were motivated by love of country. He also had trouble living down his car elevator and his stated enjoyment of firing people.
Romney hung, wraithlike, over Bobby Jindal, when a few months after the election the Louisiana governor told a gathering of Republican grandees,“The first step in getting the voters to like us is to demonstrate that we like them.” He added,“We’ve got to compete for every single vote—47 percent and the 53 percent,” a hardly shrouded reference to Romney’s infamous comments at a Florida fundraiser.

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