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Mitt Romney leading conservative effort to block Trump

2012 Republican Candidate for President Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney is heading a group of conservatives attempting to stop Donald Trump from winning the election. Romney is working with the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol, former Red State blogger Erick Erickson and a host of GOP consultants, fundraisers and establishment types to find a candidate to run third-party against Trump. The group believes that if they can field a ...

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Mitt Romney Has Every Right to Express His Concerns

U.S. Republican presidential candidate former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney pauses while delivering an address titled, "Faith in America" at the George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES)

The vitriol heaped upon former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney this past week is entirely illogical and irrational. It only makes sense in the emotion-driven context prevailing during this election cycle. But alas, due to the prevailing emotional populist sentiment, logic has become the most obvious casualty of the primary election season. No wonder this is often referred to as ...

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Romney Trashes His Former Voters


Mitt Romney, the loser in the 2012 election, who lost to the most radical, offensive, destructive, anti-American candidate America has ever had (Barack Obama), is now bad-mouthing one of the most winning presidential candidates the nation has seen (Donald Trump) and Mitt is seemingly asking for the coach to put him into the game against Trump for the presidential nomination ...

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Mitt Romney: The GOP’s Fall Guy…


What is Mitt Romney doing in the news cycle? And since when did he become a relevant topic to the 2016 presidential race? This election cycle just keeps getting weirder by the minute! When I started hearing the reports of Mitt’s opinion on Donald Trump a couple of days ago, I ignored it. Who cares what he thinks about Trump (or ...

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Why Do Republicans Go Out Of Their Way To Defeat Themselves? Mitt Attacks Donald, Leaves Hillary Untouched.

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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, ...

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I’m Miffed At Mitt


I voted for Mitt Romney for president in the last election, but I won’t do it again. I’m absolutely shocked at the small, mean statements about Trump’s taxes that Mitt uttered last week, especially in light of the filthy remarks Harry Reid made about Mitt’s own taxes in the previous presidential election. We all know that Obama has had the ...

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  I am now 66 years old, born on January 7, 1950. Every presidential election held in my lifetime has violated the Constitution. Now, before some of you get your panties in a wad let me quote directly from our founding document. This is copied exactly as it is written in the document, including capital letters and punctuations where I ...

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Romney Out for 2016

Mitt Romney has decided not to run for President in the 2016 campaign. Romney first announced his decision to staff on a conference call and plans to inform his supporters with a press release that included the following statement: “After putting considerable thought into making another run for president, I’ve decided it is best to give other leaders in the ...

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Bob McDonnell Gives Ingratitude a Bad Name

The Bob & Maureen McDonnell corruption trial is not proving to be the unmitigated disaster for the McDonnell family that I first assumed. As the trial continues Maureen is looking more and more like her official portrait, currently on display at the Richmond Salvation Army Store. She can’t do anything about the age difference — the youngster in Maureen’s “First ...

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Norquist and Kudlow have finally proven they are strident liberals

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While Washington has in recent weeks been pondering what to do about illegal aliens, a number of pseudoconservatives have recently(and finally) outed themselves as strident liberals after decades of pretending to be conservatives. They are: ATR President Grover Norquist, CNBC host Larry Kudlow, and NH Senator Kelly Ayotte. There was plenty of evidence even before their jump on the amnesty ...

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What Obama’s “Bulworth” Comment Shows About Us


Almost forgotten within the whirlwind of last week’s columns and news stories covering the Obama Administration’s scandals was a piece from The New York Times discussing the “onset of woes” he’s had to deal with. Various aides told The Times on, and off, the record how the President is doing all he can to make sure his second term agenda ...

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Chechnya – Republic in turmoil


Chechnya has been a republic in turmoil since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. Terror attacks in Russia have often been perpetrated by Chechens, and the region has been considered a hot bed for terrorism. However, this has not been widely reported or talked about in the U.S., and for good reason. Traditionally, Chechnya has been considered a ...

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Why Romney REALLY lost, and how to win in the future

There is a dangerous myth circulating around the Net that Mitt Romney lost because he was not “conservative enough”, that millions of Republican voters supposedly stayed home on Election Day, and that the way to win future elections is to nominate “the most conservative candidate”. Any GOP problems with women, youngsters, and minorities are being explained away by claiming that ...

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In Treatment

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Yes, Republicans are in treatment after their catastrophic loss last November.  We kept our majority in the House due to gerrymandering, and we lost two seats in the Senate.  Romney’s loss was bad, but our inability to gain seats in the Senate was ignominious.  Democrats were tasked with defending twenty-three senate seats, and twelve of those races had eminently beatable ...

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