Nov 15, 2012
Mitt Romney has resurfaced again... like a corpse that floats up from the bottom of a lake at the end of a horror movie. Except that what Mitt said was more disgusting than a water-logged corpse. Mitt said that Obama won the election by giving “gifts” to blacks, Hispanics, and young people. That’ll help the GOP, Mitt! Mitt not only lost in 2012—he seems determined to make sure that Republicans keep on losing forever! Mitt said Obama’s gifts were targeted for “especially the African-American community, the Hispanic community and young people.” Those are the same people that Mitt’s policies targeted... in a different sense of the word “targeted.” Then Mitt went off on a rant against each and every demographic that the GOP has to win to have any success in the future. Classic Mitt! He’s burning bridges for the Republicans before they can even get to them!
Mitt made the statement on a conference call with donors on Wednesday. Wait... Mitt still has donors? How stupid are these people? Mitt said they should keep in touch to later on influence “the selection of a future nominee, which, by the way, will not be me.” No kidding! Here’s a news flash, Mitt—you have less chance of being the future nominee for president than you do of being the future heavyweight champion of the world! Speaking of people who lost the presidency to Barack Obama, John McCain and President Obama have been going at it over UN Ambassador Susan Rice, who Obama may want to pick to be the new Secretary of State. McCain is trying to cast doubt on Rice over handling of Benghazi. We all know how good John McCain is at making big decisions on who should fill important jobs! Susan Rice, as the U.N. ambassador, had no responsibility for consulate security or protecting diplomatic staff anywhere.
John McCain knows better—he should act better. McCain and Graham defended Condoleezza Rice when she repeated faulty Bush administration intelligence about Iraq. It’s like Ann Coulter! McCain and Graham think “Our Rices are so much better than their Rices!”
Between Mitt Romney’s remarks and John McCain’s sick vendetta against Susan Rice, the guys that Obama beat in the last two elections don’t look too good. Is there something about losing to Obama that turns people into even bigger losers?