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Mitt Romney: The National
Dad No One Asked For

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Posted By: Pluperfect, 12/1/2019 4:59:18 AM

There must’ve been something in the water back in 2012, because everyone on the top of the ballot turned out to be even worse than we originally thought. Barack Obama’s legacy is shot, being destroyed by President Trump and the radical left who now view him (laughably) as a conservative. Joe Biden doesn’t know where he is half the time, the other half has his campaign staff wishing he were somewhere else. Paul Ryan was a feckless Speaker of the House who cut bait and ran once he was free to push all the things he’d sworn for years were his deeply held beliefs.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: F15 Gork 12/1/2019 5:57:18 AM (No. 249641)
Yankee carpetbagger of the worst kind....
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Reply 2 - Posted by: DCGIRL 12/1/2019 6:08:28 AM (No. 249644)
What was Utah thinking when they elected Mitt? As I see it, they have two losers for Utah just like we in Pennsylvania.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: chumley 12/1/2019 6:42:12 AM (No. 249664)
Just like with McCain and the Hildebeast, I am eternally grateful he lost. As bad as things are, they would be far worse if he'd won.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: franq 12/1/2019 6:43:02 AM (No. 249665)
I've never seen or heard of Willard ever doing anything that actually benefited Americans? Anyone?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: tisHimself 12/1/2019 6:45:41 AM (No. 249668)
OP, does this mean you and yours are no longer full throated Romney enthusiasts? Because the person using this moniker was almost singularly responsible for trying to isolate, insult and intimidate a lot of well informed and genuinely likable , many of whom were kicked off or left when they declined to join your relentless March with Mitt.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: jeffkinnh 12/1/2019 6:58:37 AM (No. 249681)
The worst part of it is that he never confronts the far worse behavior of Left or soft pedals any criticism of them. He only hectors the people on "his" side.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: udanja99 12/1/2019 7:49:12 AM (No. 249719)
Dittos, #6.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Lawsy0 12/1/2019 8:18:31 AM (No. 249748)
Mitt is going to need either a bigger cage or a bigger car (take your dog Hillary with you),
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Pluperfect 12/1/2019 8:32:30 AM (No. 249762)
Rubio supporter, #6?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: mean Gene 12/1/2019 8:57:59 AM (No. 249795)
Excellent coverage of how it is to live under such paternalistics as Romney and his merry old band of Mormon leaders. To them we are all children, and naughty ones at that. We "need" them to box us all in so we can't hurt ourselves. They must have missed the entire point of the Book of Job where God shows that boxing loved ones in is NOT the way to be approved. Sadly, partly because of rebellion, Mormon youths are more hooked on drugs (1st prescription then street) than other Americans.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bpl40 12/1/2019 9:15:24 AM (No. 249811)
Mitts fecklessness and rank incompetence gave us Trump. Something to be thankful for!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MDConservative 12/1/2019 9:16:16 AM (No. 249813)
FTA: "If there’s one Republican in the Senate who’d vote to remove President Trump, it’s Mitt Romney. He’d be happy to, though only after a long, boring press conference where he talked, earnestly and tearfully, about how difficult the decision was for him to reach." He'll give the same speech in "reluctantly" announcing his primary challenge to PDT - IF - the President's approval numbers drop below 40 percent over the next weeks. Otherwise it's four more years of playing sensible "dad". BTW: While blaming Utah for his election, let's not forget who endorsed him for the seat. Who said: “He will make a great Senator and worthy successor to (Orrin Hatch), and has my full support and endorsement!”? Any guesses?
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Reply 13 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 12/1/2019 9:30:07 AM (No. 249838)
"If there’s one Republican in the Senate who’d vote to remove President Trump, it’s Mitt Romney." For some reason, I think there are more. It doesn't happen because they know they would lose their seats. The Senate isn't brave. I can see them waiting until Trump is a lame duck at the end of his second term. Mitt Romney will always be Pierre Delecto. The foppish perfumed prince. No thanks. As for vaping, their are millions of ways for people to foolishly kill themselves. Its their choice. Nobody's stopping you. At least people now know their is a risk to vaping. The only thing one should be inhaling into their lungs is clean air.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Sunhan65 12/1/2019 9:40:06 AM (No. 249851)
This is a great article. It feels as though I have written similar sentiments myself. In fact, I 5:30:21 on November 22nd, 2019. But those who've had Mitt Romney's number have had it for a lot longer than that. #6, for example. And Straitpath. And, yes, a group that was exiled to the Island of the Banned. (Welcome back, Ida). Some were ABR in 2008. More in 2012. If memory serves, one of us even called him "oleaginous" way back when--a word one rarely finds a character low enough to use against. By 2018, even Romney's most effective and eloquent supporter from 2012 (and I mean that sincerely and without sarcasm) was off the Mitt List. Those few who still begrudgingly supported Romney for the Senate did so only for purely pragmatic reasons, believing him less of a threat than the alternatives. I view all of this as progress. I attribute some of it to those who spoke the truth about Romney when it was neither popular nor rewarded. But the lion's share of the credit belongs to President Trump, who has made it impossible for people like Mitt Romney to misrepresent themselves as representing us. And just in case Pierre or one of his minions is on this thread: It's our party now, Mitt, and you can cry if you want to.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: darnright 12/1/2019 10:13:24 AM (No. 249899)
Go away Mitch?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Muguy 12/1/2019 10:21:13 AM (No. 249910)
McPain and Mittens-- BOTH disasters for Republicanism. President Trump has found much common ground among democrats (note well that these are not 'demonrat socialists") and conservative republicans a lot like President Reagan did-- RINO elites have just about scuttled the party, and those entrenched in DC are WAY OUT OF TOUCH with the base of the party. It is amazing how much favor has been given to Mr. Trump, and it is scary how much WORSHIP has been lavished upon him for him. The media propped up Nobama with great fervor as the Second Coming, and all negative comments were kept quiet while the abject HATRED directed at the President is encouraged. We have learned A LOT about many of our friends and colleagues who spew invective while we are attacked. The President has been shielding us from the slings and arrows, but when will those be turned on US? The GOP/Rinos certainly won't fight for us...
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Chuzzles 12/1/2019 10:34:28 AM (No. 249921)
Romney's biggest problem is that he has no core principles to speak of and everyone knows it except him. He is a finger in the wind politician, going wherever the wind takes him. Even if it is the wrong direction. He didn't really want to win back in 2012, he just wanted to have the questionable honor of running a losing campaign. He is slimy, petty, greasy and the kind of man who would joyfully stab you in the back all while smiling to your face. Romney is a loathsome example of a human. He needs to go home to Utah and run for governor instead of trying to Nanny the nation with his bilge.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 12/1/2019 11:38:04 AM (No. 250017)
Pierre Delecto was a mistake and my support for him was a bigger mistake. But, in recalling the field of pubbie candidates for the 2012 election, the cupboard was bare. My biggest regret was not taking more notice of Donald Trump at the time.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: caddyjak 12/1/2019 1:26:58 PM (No. 250168)
If he only had the courage to say "Huessain".
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Reply 20 - Posted by: rubberneck 12/1/2019 3:58:39 PM (No. 250249)
Great article - I agree! (The author discusses "vaping" in somewhat of a defensive fashion, being a user himself. However, I agree that he's a grownup and should be able to do what he chooses. Inhaling even the "legal stuff" can't be good for you, however.) I take issue with #11's comments regarding the religious beliefs I share with Mr. Romney (and maybe #11?). I'm sure many people have felt pressure to do better from religious leaders; part of the reason I participate is because of the encouragement I get from leaders and fellow congregants. But at the heart of my religion is the principle of AGENCY (which is true whether you believe or not): "You are responsible for the choices you make. … While you are free to choose your course of action, you are not free to choose the consequences. Whether for good or bad, consequences follow as a natural result of the choices you make."
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Reply 21 - Posted by: cor-vet 12/1/2019 5:24:06 PM (No. 250306)
National dad Bloomberg would be worse.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: JediJerry 12/1/2019 8:44:46 PM (No. 250438)
Peter Tasty is hardly anyone’s dad role model.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: XCenturion 12/2/2019 12:17:04 AM (No. 250516)
Before they elected Pierre Delecto to the Senate I used to think the people of Utah were smart, halfway decent people.
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