Days of Change

Day 1235 – Too Far | March 23, 2012

I’m not opposed to Rick Santorum as a candidate. He proved he could wait out the flash in the pan nature of the primary race to be the closest contender to Romney. He’s had to put up with being outspent and abused by the press for an essentially fictional sole focus on family values. It’s too bad it’s over.

When Romney does get the nomination, how does Santorum walk back saying that Obama is better than an Etch-a-Sketch candidate? He won’t be the nominee and now has no chance of being the vice presidential candidate either. Many Republicans may not like Romney, but he is far and away better than Obama.

While I’m at it, Ann Coulter needs to shut the hell up.  If she wants to be a fangirl for anti-coal NJ governor Chris Christie, that’s fine. If she wants to support Mitt Romney solely because Christie endorsed him, it’s her business. Does she really have to go one step further and trash Sarah Palin with some of the same media attacks that liberals use? So what if Palin talks about a brokered convention? There’s not going to be one, but a lot of conservatives like the idea. When Romney does get the nomination and Palin endorses him, it will mean that much more because she did not dismiss the base of the party out of hand. If Coulter thinks she needs to drag a candidate over the finish line on the backs of others, she should consider working for the Obama campaign.

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  1. Coulter is a snide, sneering, arrogant, self-promoting big- mouth. She’s also a coward who retreats a soon someone calls her bluff. And she has always undermined Sarah. My guess would be sheer jealousy.

    Rick Sanorum has hammered some great big nails into the Republican coffin he’s building, first with his outrageous birth-control talk that alienated women voters, and now with his insane remarks about obama being preferable to Romney. Fortunately, those nails also sealed his own coffin. The Dems must be holding their sides and rolling on the floor.

    Romney would do very well to pick the astute and articulate Newt as his running mate.
    Maybe it will save his bacon, as Sarah started to save McCain’s before his filthy aides stopped her.

    Comment by Mary — March 23, 2012 @ 10:47 pm

  2. I’m starting to warm up to Romney, though still not with that fire in the belly, boots on the ground, open my wallet sort of way. I’m ABO all the way !

    I think a Romney-Rubio ticket would be unbeatable, and if the Republicans were to lose, they may as well fold up and go away. If Obama gets a second term mandate, heaven help us all 😦

    Comment by DeniseVB — March 24, 2012 @ 7:14 am

  3. Rubio doesn’t excite me, but it may have to do with so many people saying that Rubio is exciting. One thing about him is that he really has about as much legislative experience as Obama. I’m indifferent because I think Romney’s negative campaigning and (deserved) character assassination of Obama will win him the election.

    Comment by 1539days — March 24, 2012 @ 7:45 am

  4. 15 @#3

    Romney’s negative campaigning and (deserved) character assassination of Obama will win him the election.

    In other worda, he’ll play obama’s dirty game and beat him at it. From your mouth….

    Comment by Mary — March 24, 2012 @ 8:30 pm

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