Tea Baggers: Let The Mitt Bashing Begin
Posted in the Rochester Forum
#1 Nov 7, 2012
We wanted a fighter like Ronald Reagan who boldly championed America's founding principles... What we got was a weak moderate candidate, hand-picked by the Beltway elites and country-club establishment."
"For those of us who believe that America, as founded, is the greatest country in the history of the world – a 'Shining city upon a hill'– we wanted someone who would fight for us,"
Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin
Translation: It's Mitt's fault that N----- got back in the White House!
#2 Nov 8, 2012
Mittens ain't the guy and neither was McCain.
The Republican party hasn't been on board lately and needs to jettison the old guard.
They are not the party that they used to be. They have been taken over by the Religious Right and Tea-Party zealots. What ever happened to more moderate thinking?
There are good and bad ideas from both parties, but they won't work together to solve our problems.
The name of the game is to block the other side from passing anything useful.
#3 Nov 8, 2012
I wasn't disappointing at the election. I knew we were going to lose either way, Obama or Romney. I was disappointed at the whole campaign. I mean, with the current state of the economy all we needed was a candidate who could deliver us jobs regardless of his/her political party. Granted, 98% of Black votes would have still gone to Obama because blacks aren't really interested in jobs but if jobs were on the ticket then more white people would have voted so that they could get back to work. So the question is, why wasn't there anyone willing to run on a "more jobs" platform? Was it because they would have been running against the "free sh*t" platform and laziness prevails? America, you have got yourself in quite a pickle. How will you ever get out from under this? I don't think some of you realize just how bad this is.
#4 Nov 8, 2012
I'll have to take your word for it that 98% of Blacks voted for Obama because I just could not find a statistic for 2012.
Also between 70%-80% of Asian and Latino votes went to Obama and Biden. Why not, the Democrats have more of what they want.
If Romney and Ryan had more of what the American people wanted, then they should have won the election that night. What happened?
America spoke their decision on election night.
The Republicans need to fire Karl Rove for getting it so wrong and wasting hundreds of millions in RNC/superPAC re-election money. He may have been relevant 20 years ago, but it is a different world today and he isn't connected. He was embarrassing to watch on Fox news election night. What a buffoon.
The dinosaurs had their day.
#5 Nov 8, 2012
You'd think the losers would just step out of the ring, go lick their wounds and really contemplate WHY their candidate was left shellshocked at losing.
Because if the entire GOP didnt see THIS coming, then that party has a lot less going for it than I gave it "credit" for!
Naw. Instead they are coming up with all the excuses in the world and its all someone else's fault.....LMAO
Riddle me this, my poor GOP losers:
What do Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, Bloomberg have in common?
THEY ALL VOTED FOR OBAMA!!!!!!
And I Would much rather be sitting next to them than has been Nugent and Eastwood and Meatloaf and Beck and Limbaugh!!!!!!!!
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