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Mitt Romney: when 'no' doesn't mean 'no' : Comments

By Jed Lea-Henry, published 11/3/2016

After all, they do eventually have to pick a candidate and this presents a unique opportunity for a select few high profile Republicans currently outside the campaign process.

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Risible Rubbish! No always mens no!

What it looks like and what it is, might well be two different things!?

And possibly the result of intimate inside knowledge and absolute horror at the thought of a Trump presidency?

And was that an weak and gutless excuse by Trump for failing to attend the traditional conservative convention and possible inquisition?

What is he afraid folks might see or otherwise discern?
Rhrosty.
Posted by Rhrosty, Friday, 11 March 2016 10:44:26 AM
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Romney was always a flip-flopper anyway.

The Republican establishment are so determined to stop Trump they are willing to see Hillary in the Whitehouse instead.

They are going all out to try to prevent Trump from getting the required delegates and locking in the nomination.

All of it just points out to me how corrupt the system is and that they hold the will of the voter in contempt.
The Republican establishment saying - "The American people aren't allowed to choose their own candidate. That's our job."

I think if America still was the country we all once thought it was then maybe the idea of a Trump as President might be comical.

But that's not the US that now exists, and maybe it never ever really was.
The last few years have really exposed Americas shady practices more than ever before.

Trump looks pretty good compared to all the other candidates.

Technically, Ted Cruz can't run for President because he wasn't born a US citizen, Marco 'Bubbles' Rubio hasn't even won a damn thing.

And the inside story is that if he (Rubio) doesn't win the Florida primary he's out and Romneys in. But I don't know how this works given there's a rule that says you have to win a minimum of 8 states to get the nomination.

Only a complete imbecile would want Hillary in the Whitehouse again.

Trump wants to audit the Federal Reserve, make public the secret 28pages on 911 exposing what the Bush's did, he'll probably let the Justice Department indite Hillary and she'll take everyone down with her as well if she goes.

And he's too egotistical to deliberately want to fail at what he see's as making America great again, through peace and commerce and not wars.

He wants to stop Obamacare and come up with something better and lower company tax rate and bring all the jobs back to the US and stop the wars and make peace with Russia.

Seems reasonable enough to me.
Posted by Armchair Critic, Sunday, 13 March 2016 5:12:55 AM
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One recalls how popular Herr Hitler was when elected and on racist and popularist issues!

With the resulting WW11, just righting perceived wrongs, embedded via the WW1 armistice?

And those simply deceived folk stuck with Herr Hitler through the anti jewish pogroms and the reversal of fortunes. It's strange what some folks will turn a blind eye to when it comes to the transfer of BLAME, unearned wealth and possessions!

Mexicans and hispanics being the new target for entirely misplaced racial hate?

And given Mr Trump wins, and history and ethnic cleansing repeats itself, who will mind the kids, clean the toilets and harvest the crops for the privileged Americans?

And yes, there will be lots of former conservative voters so incensed by the entirely unpalatable racist hate speeches, they will vote for Mrs Clinton as their only other anti trump option!?

Even if this iconoclast softens his hate messages to try and regain the middle ground, essential to his (a bridge too far) presidential prospects.

You just can't sideline and alienate that many folks and then expect to win them back with pious propaganda!

Even as the Clinton campaign goes into overdrive and keeps using his own words and hate speeches, spewing like verbal vomit, from his very own mouth against him!

And indeed, make sure that folks get to see the very real comparisons between the two lectern thumping iconoclasts. Herr Hitler and Mr Trump?
JAWOHL?
Rhrosty.
Posted by Rhrosty, Sunday, 13 March 2016 9:47:34 AM
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I don't necessarily think Trumps racist, I think he's just perceived to be that way because of his hard line. And the media plays to this 'idea' as they too have a interest in not seeing him take the Presidency. Its all political warfare, and the media turns it into a racial issue when I don't think there's any real truth to it.

Wanting to secure your borders, prevent crime from illegals who are getting given 'catch and release' for violent crimes and the Mexican Govornment deliberately dumping criminals across the border, I think it takes real guts to stand up for what he believes in against todays PC world and especially in the racial powderkeg the US is.

There's plenty of Mexican Americans that actually agree with Trump and who came to America the right way and don't want the illegals there either.

America needs to make some serious changes anyway, not the same Neocon 'War on Terror' bs and messing with other peoples nations agenda we've seen from them since 911 (and long before).

The best chance of that from what I see is Trump since all the other candidates are bought and paid for.

They are however stuck between a rock and a hard place economically and with their need to keep the petrodollar relevant...

If the US doesn't stop with its imperial NWO rubbish and 'American Exceptionalism' and 'Liberal Intervention' ideology and learn some humility then we're going to be in the middle of it come the war the US is trying to stir up with China.

And btw, there's also lots of Democrat voters who are moving over to the GOP to vote for Trump.

Then who's left, Bernie 'Communist' Sanders? John Kasich and the Independents? (not sure the complete field there..)

Bernie's message might not sound so bad if he wasn't a commie.
Posted by Armchair Critic, Sunday, 13 March 2016 7:35:21 PM
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It looks very much like that brilliant bit of British TV comedy Yes Prime Minister has migrated to the new world, & become serious.

God doesn't the world need Trump to win.
Posted by Hasbeen, Sunday, 13 March 2016 9:02:57 PM
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