Romney to be GOP nominee – Elections no longer required

Romney to be GOP nominee – Elections no longer required

I hate to take the time to write a post and then have some less than intelligent person(s) say they didn’t understand, or claim that they *missed my point*, so, let me be very clear in this, I detest Mitt Romney.

Detest — Verb: Dislike intensely.
Synonyms: abhor – loathe – abominate – execrate – despise – dislike

Does that pretty much spell it out for those less than intelligent persons that DO read here, and on occasion attempt to make insidious commentary that fully illustrates their inane mindset?

The only thing I detest more than Mitt Romney, at least on the GOP side of the spectrum, is the presumptuous attitudes of *some* within the GOP/RNC. This post was inspired by just such a person.

Following Governor Christie’s announcement on Tuesday top GOP official and bundler Georgette Mosbacher told reporters, “We do not consider Perry a factor… We know who will be our nominee.”

Race for 2012 reported:

Those words were spoken today by Georgette Mosbacher, RNC Finance Co-Chair and huge GOP fundraiser, after Chris Christie’s announcement. The “we” is all the big bundlers, fundraisers, and money folks who have been sitting on the sidelines waiting for the field to be set — and that quote represents the coalescing around Mitt Romney that is expected to happen rather quickly now. Mosbacher went on to say:

I think tomorrow, we’ll be contacting one another and probably put something together with Romney… And I would say that the race is now Romney and Obama. Quite frankly, the enthusiasm wasn’t there at the outset. He’s less conservative than a lot of us would like. However, our first and foremost goal is to defeat Obama. And we do believe Romney, in terms of independents, will be a strong candidate. We will coalesce behind him now… the time has come to get behind him… Tomorrow I’ll be on the phone all day. Quite frankly, it’ll be easier, because now we know who it is who will be our nominee. So we will pull our Rolodexes out and get to work.” SOURCE

Mitt Romney is, at best, a RINO, a Republican In Name Only. I am more than convinced that he’s not even a RINO, I am thinking he’s running as a Republican much for the same reasons that Ron Paul runs as a Republican; he knows that if his true self we disclosed, he couldn’t get his name on a ballot anywhere.


Folks, if this YouTube of Romney’s own words isn’t enough to convince you, I don’t know what I can post or say that will.

From the post by Pajamas Media:

With all due respect to Mrs. Mosbacher, as the co-chair of the RNC finance committee, you have no business making such a public statement. At this point in 1991, Bill Clinton was only two days into his run for the presidency. At this point in 2007, Rudy Giuliani led in the polls and the money race. Mosbacher knows the latter, surely, because she backed Giuliani at the time. The 2012 race is quite fluid and will be until the South Carolina primary next year. For an RNC official of Mosbacher’s stature to allow herself to become a public partisan in the primary is unwise, to the point that she should consider stepping down if she is going to publicly campaign for any single candidate. Her statement destroys the RNC’s image of impartiality, and exposes the party to legitimate charges that it is trying to force its will on the primary. That won’t sit well with the grassroots and the Tea Party, at all. Chairman Priebus should have a word with her, and remind her of the party’s legitimate role in the primaries, and where that role ends.

That said, these comments provide an opportunity for Perry and Cain, who at this point* are the only viable alternatives to Romney. If Mitt Romney is now the establishment, David Brooks-approved candidate, he is the John McCain of 2012 — a moderate who superficially appeals to establishment patricians like Mosbacher because they think he can win, but who will probably lose. Mosbacher has provided an opening for them to both paint Romney as the east coast moderate, not-of-the-conservative-movement candidate. And there’s a debate coming up next week.

To ALL of my readers, contact your local, county and state GOP leaders. Contact the RNC, contact Reince Priebus and let there be NO doubt that this type of action by RNC Finance Co-Chair Georgette Mosbacher will not be tolerated.

We had John McCain forced on us in the elections of 2008, and in MY opinion, a statement like this by RNC Finance Co-Chair Georgette Mosbacher, a blatant attempt to *force feed* us Mitt Romney, will do nothing other than open the door to give Barack Hussein Obama 4 more years that he can use to destroy America.

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17 Responses to Romney to be GOP nominee – Elections no longer required

  1. Texasperated says:

    Another thing I find strange this year. Since Perry entered the race, it has been “pile on Perry” at each of the debates while strangely leaving Mitt to stand there with his pasted on smile. Now I’m not convinced that Perry would be a “great” president or even that he is *that great* of a candidate. But why are these people piling on him when he at least professes to be running as a conservative regardless of what you may think of him and they leave Romneycare alone. They leave Romney alone on a “woman’s right to choose.” They leave Romney alone on 2nd amendment issues etc. while piling on Perry because the Texas legislature decided TEN YEARS ago by a vote of 177-4 to give instate tuition to children who were dragged here by illegal parents.

    Not saying that Perry should have signed it. Not saying it’s a good law. Don’t snap at me. Just saying why are the idiots on that stage not going after Romney? Well, the easy answer, of course, is that the fix is in and has always been in. I could be wrong, but the more evidence that is uncovered, the more it seems that way. Are we being set up for a Romeny/Gingrich ticket? When Bachmann could not get any traction on the right what do you know — here comes Herman Cain.

    Keep your powder dry

  2. James Shott says:

    I think that Perry was the more frequent target because he was the new guy, and because he came in with high numbers.

    Romney’s been around since the Great Flood, so he’s more of a known quantity.

    Not saying that the fix isn’t in, or that he’s isn’t considered the presumptive nominee.

    I think it’s stupid for Republicans to do the circular firing squad thingy, damaging each other before the fight even begins.

    Whoever the Republican nominee is, however badly we might prefer someone else, that person is the best bet to beat Obama.

    • TexasFred says:

      Seems like Romney has run for POTUS as often as Ron Paul, with the same result… I am SO tired of having a choice between *the lesser of the evils*, especially at this stage of the race, before ANY primary…

      If Romney is the nominee I will be forced to vote for him, I hate the smarmy bastard but I’d vote for a dog turd before I voted for Obama, or Ron Paul, Huntsman and a few others…

  3. Jim at CoF says:

    I think I am going to be sick. The circular firing squad comment above is exactly right.

  4. Longstreet says:

    Romney was “The Chosen One” by the GOP/RNC from the beginning. They are embarrassed and shamed by even having conservatives in the party. I am sick to my stomach with it. All they have done with their recent statements about Romney (noted above) is to make me consider staying home on election day, even if Obama is reelected as a result. Hell, I already know what I’m getting with Obama! With Romney, I expect to get the same thing … but as a republican I’ll be blamed for it!

    I have had it with the GOP. The northeast blue blood country club elitist have a choke hold on the GOP and as long as we conservatives remain in the party they will continue to use us and show their gratitude by treating us as floor mats. I’m sick of it!

    J. D. Longstreet

    • TexasFred says:

      I fear that the only real difference between Obama and Romney is a few shades of skin color and the fact that Romney was definitely born in the USA…

      Romney is NOT a Conservative, he’s Obama, in a different package…

  5. mrchuck says:

    Let me make myself perfectly clear:
    I trust no one from the State of Massachusetts. Period.
    They say one thing and do another, ALWAYS.
    Romney is a 2-faced politician that has been bought off.
    Romney will be the “devil-incarnate” if elected President of the USA.

    I cannot ever “trust” a black man again,, as I am white.
    Been screwed over too many times by their “affirmative action”.
    There is no black man on this planet that likes or trusts a white skinned devil. Period.

    Perry has all his roots in Texas, and he is a God-fearing man.
    He is a Texas A&M Graduate.
    He was a pilot in the USAF.
    He was born dirt poor by an honest, hard working family in West Texas.
    Perry has roots.
    I know where he came from, what his education is, an Aggie Grad., a veteran who fought for our flag,
    and I like that he believes in the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution.
    He is a Conservative who will NOT SELL US OUT!!!!!

    He will never sell himself out to the George Soros types, ever.

    Yes he has some negatives, but I have some, and maybe you do too.

    Perry will not kiss ass to any politician to get something done.
    He may be scary sometimes, but I know he loves Texas, and the USA, and would die for it!
    That’s why I believe he should be our next President of the United States.

    I expect that Perry would support the “new law” that The State of Alabama just passed dealing with the illegal alien identification enforcement.

    So, your choice will be a mealy mouth disguised liberal Romney, versus a true Texan whose word means something.

    That’s it folks, and as a scarred up vet, LEO, and grumpy sometimes, that’s my synopsis.

  6. Katie says:

    Not yet. The MSM isn’t going to screw us this time. In fact Romney is slipping with the GOP and Cain is rising.

    The first primary hasn’t even happened. The MSM will be surprised when the results are finally in.

  7. minuteman26 says:

    IMHO Romney is a progressive in sheep’s clothing. Wonder how many Soros operatives have infiltrated the GOP?

  8. TexasFred says:

    Just had a discussion on Facebook with a *long time GOP supporter* that says there is NO WAY the GOP will nominate Romney, he says it just can’t happen, but apparently, he has NOT read this story about Georgette Mosbacher, RNC Finance Co-Chair and huge GOP fundraiser and her saying that Romney IS the GOP nominee..

    Naivete abounds, and these GOP Bots better pull their heads OUT of their asses… Soon…

  9. MLaChance says:

    We don’t even know if Romney is a liberal. We don’t know WHAT he is, other than a politician.

    I say we beat a politician with a business man. I say we beat Romney with a Cain so that this time, rather than being defeated in the general election, we CONTRAST the liberal politician with a conservative businessman.

    The RNC has their candidate, they are standing firmly by him. So what are the REAL conservatives going to do about it? We need to stand firmly by OUR candidate rather than be divided into small groups of supporters for various primary candidates. If we can beat Romney, we can beat Obama.

    Let’s RAISE CAIN!

    • TexasFred says:

      Welcome MLaChance,

      Cain? Maybe… Maybe not… It’s way too early in the game to be calling ANY candidate *The One*… Well, unless it’s the libbers and their *One*..

      • MLaChance says:

        Who has a better chance of beating Romney than Cain?

        Maybe it’s because I live in North Massachusetts(otherwise known as New Hampshire) where the primary voting date ,having been move up, has given us a sense that there is very little time left; but I think we, as real conservatives, need to unite behind one candidate asap. It has even been rumored that the Romney camp had something to do with moving the primary voting date up because it would be to HIS advantage.

  10. Steve Dennis says:

    I missed this when you posted it, thanks for leaving the link on my blog. It looks like you were ahead of the curve on this one; the Republicans have chosen our candidate for us and we are expected to fall in line–and we probably will.

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