For Mitt Romney whose “principles” are interchangeable Lego blocks, his response to the GOP base that wants him to say things that would be lies is, “No problem, I can do that!”
GOP PACs are preparing to spend more than $1 Billion to win control of the White House, the Senate, more state legislatures and governor’s mansions, and to hold the House of Representatives and the state governments they already control.
There is a strategy in primarily impressing a positive perception about the Dems and Obama. It can also infer an accurately negative perception about the Repubs that can be more powerful than explicitly stating to the public "We're on your side and they're your enemies."
The swift nomination of Mitt Romney could light the fuse that blows up the GOP into a civil war and leave Romney ill prepared to compete and debate with Barack Obama. Could be worse...
Romney's ideal America is one where the wealthy buy their own White House and Congress, tax revenues are rerouted from the poor, elderly and majority into the pockets of the wealthy and all regulations that prevent the wealthy from harming the public are removed.
Romney has often demonstrated that he has more in common with firewood than fired workers, all that remains to confirm suspicions is for a woodpecker to perch on his block shaped head and begin pecking away.
So Mitt has chosen to play his cards very close to the vest. Secrecy is one watchword. Another is that he does not admit error. And the third is that he will reconstruct any value, any position, if it gets him closer to his goal.
Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, announced today at a gathering of high profile Republicans and Wall Street executives that the GOP is formally divorcing reality on grounds of irreconcilable differences.
This is penultimate debate before the South Carolina primary which looks like the final opportunity for any of the others to stop Romney so logically, they should come out guns-a-blazin' against him...but expecting logic from Republicans is like expecting honesty...from Republicans. Join us for tonight's live blog of the debate!
Has America ever voted for a man with sociopathic tendancies to be their president? Could such a candidate actually win?