Predicting “a campaign of diversions, distractions, and distortions” from Obama over the next six months, Romney warned his opponent: “That kind of campaign may have worked at another place over in a different time. But not here and not now. It’s still about the economy…and we’re not stupid.”
I have to admit that so far I’m getting stoked listening to Mitt Romney in the early stages of the race for the White House. Romney came out with both guns blazing and ripped Obama for his distortions, distractions, obfuscations, and lies and warned the Obama regime that he’s not just going to sit back and take more of their distortions, distractions, obfuscations, and lies like that loser John McCain did in 2008.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I think we’re actually going to have a GOP fighter for the White House, who will fight to win, unlike what we had in 2008, which was an old man who was too concerned about being labeled a racist to put up a fight. McCain proved that just because you were a war hero almost half a century ago it doesn’t mean you still have that warrior’s mentality when it comes to doing everything you can to defeat your opponent.
McCain seemed just happy to be there, and if he won, he won, and if he didn’t, oh well, he still had his senate seat to go back to. So what we got was a pathetic campaign, run by a pathetic candidate, and that, along with the deification of our Dear Leader, by the propaganda wing of the dumocrat party, the mainstream lib media, and their tingling legs, etc., well, McCain was destined to lose.
But just listening to Gov. Romney lately, since he has locked up the GOP nomination has given me hope that thankfully, for once, we’re going to have a candidate who will not worry about offending Obama and being labeled a racist by libtard detractors, since we all know that will be coming down the road.
So, what should Romney do? As Former Clinton adviser James Carville summed it up nicely, back in 1992, when he was asked what the race between Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush would hinge on, he said “It’s the economy, stupid”.
If Romney continues down this path and ignores the distortions, distractions, obfuscations, and lies that we’ll be hearing ad nauseum from the libs and their allies for the next 6 months, then this race will be what it should be- A plebiscite about Obama and his disastrous economic and fiscal policies that have not only not helped, but have made things exponentially worse for the vast majority of Americans since Obama took office in Jan. 2009.
We know Obama will still be blaming George W. Bush, and his lackeys will be using the same old tired libturd rhetoric they have used in every election, going back to Harry Truman, about Republicans being extremists who want the poor living in the streets and kids to starve, the air and water polluted, the non-existent war on women, illegals rounded up and deported, and claiming that they’ll take away grandma and grandpa’s social security.
So, Romney’s campaign needs to ignore the distortions, distractions, obfuscations, and lies, and focus like a laser beam on “It’s the economy, stupid”, and, as President Reagan asked in 1980, “Are you better off than you were four years ago?”.
If he does that, then on Jan. 20, 2013, he will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, and this 4 year reign of terror on our liberty and economy, by the Obama regime, will be thrown into the dustbin of history.
Then it will be left to the adults, the Republicans, who will also have control of the House and the Senate, to clean up the mess that has been made for the last four years by the children, the Obama regime and the dimocrats in congress.