Republicans still have plenty of time to defeat their own candidate for president, and Mitt Romney is the latest voice assuring a Democrat win in November. Recent articles demonstrate the unattraction of Hillary (on March 3, 2016 the NY Times reported “Hillary…Turnout Trouble”) and the support for Trump (on March 2, 2016 the AP reported “Trump Dominates With Huge Turnouts, Wide Base Of Support”).
And there’s recorded support on the part of Mitt Romney for Donald Trump: Back on February 23, 2016, You Tube posted a video of Romney expressing complete respect for Trump. On March 2, 2016 The American Mirror quoted Romney as saying “I’ll support the Republican nominee”.
So today (March 3, 2016) we awaken to the AP reporting that Romney is calling Trump a “phony” and urging Republicans to shun him.
What the hell is going on with the idiot leaders of the only political party that can possibly save America from the assured destruction of Obama and Hillary? Is it something in the imported Swiss artesian water that they’re drinking? Has their Chateau Lafite Rothschild been spiked? Perhaps the caviar is not to their discriminating taste? These fool idiots are destroying that last best hope to save America and are ignoring the will of the people, expressed in their votes for Trump only two days ago, and a bit more distantly in other primary elections. And the fool Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House, refused to express an opinion about Mitt’s AP quote in Fox’s morning talk show today (March 3, 2016).
And while all of this directed opposition to the votes of average, frightened and angry male, female, black, white and Hispanic Republicans across the nation is going on, these same elites leave Hillary untouched and basking in the praise of those who would destroy this great nation. Romney lost the last presidential election, so how does he become the advisor as to how to win the next election? Actually the best idea for how to win the 2016 election is to NOT listen to Romney this time, since he lost last time.
Americans had better rise up and tell Mitt to keep his remarks to himself and leave the fly-over crowd to decide the direction America will take via their votes, because the Republican establishment is a big part of the problems this nation faces, and they will only make things worse if they dominate the discussion.