I don’t know how much credence to give it, but a Bloomberg National Poll released Wednesday showed Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney 53 percent to 40 percent among likely voters.
Sounds a bit questionable to me, but, regardless, it’s a reminder that the most corrupt, lying, arrogant, Marxist president in U.S. history is still capable of convincing enough useful idiots to give him another four years to finish the job of ending the Founding Fathers’ great experiment in “self-government.”
If Romney loses, and if there is an election in 2016 (unlikely), who would Republicans nominate the next time around — Wussy Tim Pawlenty? “We must be more moderate” Jeb Bush? Or perhaps the ever-so-slick Marco Rubio, a young RINO who stealthily made his way into the Beltway Club by posing as a Tea Party candidate?
How in the world do Republicans manage to come up with these turkeys? After the Mush McCain debacle in 2008, Mitt Romney is the best small-government, low-tax, less-regulation candidate they can come up with? Are you kidding me? MittMan makes McCain look like Ronald Reagan. Who are the mysterious powers behind the Republican curtain who are backing this guy?
After watching Michelle Malkin wow the crowd at the Americans for Prosperity RightOnline event last Saturday in Las Vegas, a thought came to mind. Perhaps the Republican Party should implement a new rule that in order to qualify as a presidential candidate, an aspirant has to debate Michelle Malkin for an hour, one on one — and come away without breaking into tears.
Can you imagine Mitt Romney debating Michelle Malkin? The poor guy would have to be rushed to the emergency room ten minutes into the debate.
Notice to the Republican Party: It’s getting near zero hour, and you’ve picked the wrong candidate — again! WAKE UP! Heads, Obama wins and liberty loses. Tails, Romney wins and liberty loses. Wouldn’t it be nice if liberty won for a change — with a candidate like Ron Paul, Jim DeMint, Steve King, or Allen West?
I know, I know … West is a bit of a hawk. But it wouldn’t be all that bad to have a strong, honest president who loves America, loves the free market, and loves individual freedom? Anti-war folks were scared to death of Reagan, too, but he ended the Cold War without firing a shot.
Okay, time to stop daydreaming. The sad truth is that Republicans will never nominate anyone like Paul, DeMint, King, or West, because it would violate Republican Rule #1: Never do anything that might offend a Democrat.
I wonder if history books fifty years from now will even mention the fact that there once was a Republican Party in the old capitalist version of the United States of America?
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