GOP: Reject Mitt Romney or Lose Everything

by 1389 on October 21, 2011

in "Obamacare", 1389 (blog admin), 2012 US Elections, Barack Hussein Obama, evil, politics, RINOs, the left, unions

We, the voters, rejected him last time around for good reason.

NO Mitt Romney!

No, it is not Mitt Romney’s turn to get the GOP nomination. If you expect there to be a Republican Party or even a United States in the future, it had better NEVER be Mitt Romney’s turn.

Stop trying to foist him on us. We don’t care whether Democrats and a few rich New England and Beltway RINOs think he’s electable. It is pointless to “defeat” Obama by replacing him with an Obama that has an (R) after his name!

We can’t stand Mitt Romney. No, not because he professes to be a Mormon, but because he’s a bad man and a bad candidate whose only interest is in promoting himself. No matter what he says, Mitt Romney’s only real object of worship is himself.

How We REALLY Feel

Some of us merely despise Mitt Romney, while the rest of us hate him with the white-hot thermonuclear fury of a thousand suns. Don’t even ask where I fit on that spectrum; suffice it to say that, if Mitt Romney gets the nomination, we will emigrate and make a new start on some foreign shore.

Just for starters, we hate Obamneycare and all its pomps and all its works. We hate what Mitt Romney did at Bain Capital, which he used as a vehicle for gutting US companies and shipping vast numbers of US jobs overseas. We will not let him do any more of that to us.

We Know a Sinking Ship…

…when we see one, and the US is hemorrhaging fuel and taking on water. We know which people are hacking huge holes in the hull, while we of the Tea Party are desperately striving to patch it up and bail out the water. We are getting very tired and more angry than you are capable of imagining.


And no, not all of the saboteurs of the ship of state are Democrats, Occubaggers, SEIU goons, Soros operatives, or self-proclaimed Communists.

The very worst are the “establishment Republicans,” a/k/a RINOs, such as Karl Rove, Grover Norquist, Chris Christie, and Mitt Romney.
RINOs implement the leftist/ecofreak/big-government/pro-jihadi agenda just slowly enough that most people won’t notice it. They have no respect for the US Constitution or for your life, liberty, and property, but they know how to mouth the right phrases so that you won’t notice what they are doing to you.

We all know about the boiling frog analogy. But THIS frog knows what’s up. This frog is getting ready to jump to pleasanter quarters if any RINO wins the nomination. This frog is also warning YOU that the temperature is rising and that you have only a little time left to do something about it.

Mitt Romney, the RINO


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1 grego October 21, 2011 at 2:21 pm

Hear hear ! I am also sick of someone getting the nomination because they are pretty. I also think that there are many democrats in the republican party who are PRETENDING to be republican so that they can cause to be nominated, someone who is a loser—like McCain. He didn’t stand a praying chance in hell of winning, but they nominated him. Any other explanations for that ignorant republican move?

2 ShellyGirl October 25, 2011 at 4:20 am

You sound like a sore ass loser. You don’t want to see that elections are now won with the moderates and independents. The nation has changed. We don’t have the army of conservatives we used to have.

The “middle” can’t stand the extremes of the left or right. Mitt is the fit to win the general election! Learn to get along. After Mitt is in, fill his cabinet with staunch conservatives and tea party like individuals. We handed Obama his win precisely because of the our own in-fighting last time. Grow up.

3 1389 October 25, 2011 at 4:31 am

We don’t have the power to make Romney fill his cabinet with staunch conservatives. That is not how the government works. He will pick RINOs like himself for his cabinet.

Obama won, not because of our own infighting, but because GWB was, in many ways, a failure. He never understood what was going wrong with the economy with the housing bubble or the college tuition bubble. People vote their pocketbooks, and the incumbent party is likely to lose when the economy goes bad.

Oh, and by the way, John McCain was, and is, a RINO, much like Romney. We didn’t want him because we considered him both a fraud and an ill-tempered loose cannon. If the election comes down to a choice between a Democrat with an (R) after his name, and a Democrat with a (D) after his name, leftist and centrist voters will pick the actual Democrat, and conservatives will see that their vote does not matter and will stay home. Voters took a chance on Obama because he was not George Bush, because the media falsely portrayed Obama as a moderate and hid his hard-left connections from the public, and because of the “race card”. Too many black voters voted for him solely because of his color, and too many white voters voted for him solely to prove that they were not racists.

Mitt Romney will never repeal Obamneycare, nor will he roll back the business-strangling and job-killing regulations that Obama put in. America is no longer the land of opportunity, and if he gets in, it will never become the land of opportunity again. There is always a land of opportunity somewhere in the world, and we will find it, wherever it is. Yes, we will be sorry to leave, but we will start over on some foreign shore, with very little in our pockets, and we will succeed.

4 Tennwriter October 28, 2011 at 11:33 am

The moderate who opposes Obama needs to get with the program, and start supporting Rick Santorum, Michelle Bachmann, Rick Perry, or Herman Cain.

And the way to win independents is to first enthuse the base, then the base wins you the middle with its cheerleading.

5 1389 October 28, 2011 at 11:48 am

Well said!

6 vangrungy December 29, 2011 at 5:27 pm

Mittens is not a Natural Born citizen..

George Romney is Mexican born to parents born in Mexico.. and he never actually naturalized..

prove me wrong trolls..

and don’t bother using the “14th” defense.. unless you think all dual citizens and jackpot babies are natural born as well (LOL)


7 Random Blowhard January 3, 2012 at 6:07 am

There is a reason that in spite of millions of dollars spend on spinning, perception management and twisting arms Mitt Romney is stuck at 25% and seems incapable of going higher.
The reason is simple – Mitt believes in 2 things ONLY –
1) He wants to be president.
2) The Wall Street bailouts were “necessary” and WILL CONTINUE under a Romney administration, at least until the TBTF welfare queens of Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citigroup et al finally succeed in bankrupting the country like Iceland in 2009.

Romney is the WHITE OBAMA, he is in it only for himself, just like the current occupant of the white house.

Ron Paul or economic collapse – Choose wisely…

8 William Dorich January 3, 2012 at 9:44 am

To Random Blowhard:
Ron Paul or economic collapse? You can’t be serious. If he runs as a third party candidate it will assure another 4 years for Obama. Ron Paul has been in our government for two decades, presented 600 bills and only got one passed, that is not leadership by any stretch of the imagination. Compared to Obama who voted 97% of the time as “present” instead of taking a stand the two of them make good bedfellows. Paul is nuts and his newsletter reveals the depth of his bigotry. No one can produce newsletters month after month for years and not know what is in them or maybe you believe that as president he can use that same cop out to deny responsibility too?

9 Random Blowhard January 3, 2012 at 9:13 pm

William Dorich – I am VERY SERIOUS, here’s why –

1) The United States government is sending the country bankrupt due to out of control spending. We spend 40% MORE than we earn and the debt to GDP has passed the 100% ratio that separates first world countries from failing banana republics.

Now add in the demographic time bomb of the baby boomers retiring en mass and you will have a “Greece moment” VERY SOON (after Europe craps out in early 2012).

Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate serious about cutting spending. Everyone else is committed to “business as usual” until the country faces a full blown financial crisis ala Greece today or more likely the Argentina collapse of 2001 followed by hyperinflation.

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