History Repeats: Another Failed Romney – “It’s Like Watching a Duck Try To Make Love To a Football”…

History Repeats

In 1968 Michigan Governor George Romney tried to run for the presidency, he failed miserably.  He was gaffe prone, disjointed, disconnected from the common man and came across as a generally bumbling political oddity; prompting Ohio Governor Jim Rhodes to say:

…”Watching George Romney run for the presidency was like watching a duck try to make love to a football”…

Later, George Romney went on to try and undermine the insurgent “common sense” conservative candidacy of Ronald Reagan.

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Today, George Romney’s son, Mitt Romney, another failed presidential candidate, an almost identical  duck, tries to undermine the insurgent candidacy of Donald Trump.

There is a profound amount of irony, and hypocrisy, found in the words of the younger duck today as he referenced 1964 and wise words from Ronald Reagan; a man his father directly opposed.  Obviously someone forgot to tell Mitt, his words represented that football.

Mitt Romney actually used a quote from John Adams when he quacked:

“Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy, yet, that did not commit suicide.”

Duck Romney then says he believes that we have avoided these “dire predictions” because we have been “blessed” with “great presidents“, “men of character” and because “we’re blessed with a great people.”

The Duck obviously does not comprehend that Mr. John Adams was not talking about the United States of America, he was specifically talking about what we SHOULD NOT become.   Our founders viewed the structure of democratic governance as “mob rule”, a specific threat to be avoided at all costs.

Mr. John Adams and those around him even shared the opinion that a Monarchy was preferred to a Democracy, specifically because at least a monarch might protect the rights of the minority – a pure Democracy never would.

Every one of our founders eventually agreed the risks of a national form of governance via pure democracy were too great, and so John Adams and the founders gave us a constitutional republic.

The U.S. has avoided these “dire predictions” in large measure because many of us, unlike Duck Romney, have not forgotten this.

Mitt Romney Mormon

(full Romney Transcript Here)

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449 Responses to History Repeats: Another Failed Romney – “It’s Like Watching a Duck Try To Make Love To a Football”…

  1. truthandjustice says:

    The Romneys – yeah, probably more “dynasty wannabees” that failed….. another “Mormon” religious cult thing – believing they were chosen to be “kings” over us, etc. It’s not only the “Dominionists” (Cruz). There’s supposedly a Mormon political cabal (don’t know what to call it) — based in Utah that are part of the Globalist political cabal – like getting Harry Reid, Mike Lee, Romneys – fellow Mormons into high office — making sure patriot type non-players do not make it.
    I’m actually happy he did this since it seems it’s backfiring big time and just exposing them for the evil creatures they are.

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    • parallax says:

      This is crazy talk.

      Mormonism has jack-shit to do with globalism.

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      • Prettyplease says:

        Actually, I think Truthnjustice is closer to the truth of what the higher ups in the organization are planning. Quite a few of these societies are about putting their people in positions of power. I seem to remember that the Mormon church was involved in money laundering overseas. Accusations, at least. There seem to be globalists in every nook n cranny. Why not there. The hoi polloi usually don’t know what the elites are doing behind the curtain.

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        • zephyrbreeze says:

          Not even close. I’m Mormon (a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). The Accounting Department at BYU is ranked the #1 Forensic Accounting Department in the US. The reputation is for students who are super squeaky clean. They are hired to find the criminals and money launderers. This is from Bloomberg in 2013 – and I don’t think it’s changed: Top Undergraduate Accounting Programs.

          Brigham Young (Marriott) 1.067
          Notre Dame (Mendoza) 1.076
          UC Berkeley (Haas) 1.081
          Cornell (Dyson) 1.089
          Illinois – Urbana-Champaign 1.116
          Tulsa (Collins) 1.118
          Richmond (Robins) 1.119
          Southern Methodist (Cox) 1.12
          Wake Forest 1.138
          Tulane (Freeman) 1.141

          There is a reason for this. Financial accountability is extremely important to the Church and it’s members. Internationally the Church is known for it’s squeaky clean reputation and it’s unwillingness to make or accept bribes in building it’s 10’s of thousands of church buildings around the world, which can make building difficult, because most of the world governments work only on the bribery system.

          Here are stories about the BYU’s accountancy program. BYU is the second largest private university in the US.

          https://marriottschool.byu.edu/bsacc/news/

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          • Kevin T says:

            Well said. I would add that the LDS Church does not endorse political candidates, that although very conservative, there are many democrats in the Church’s membership and finally, although Mitt Romney may be admired by many members, there are many who were very disappointed with his anti-Trump speech, who question his motives and who strongly support Donald Trump. It is worth noting that Romney’s speech was delivered at the University of Utah and not B.Y.U.

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    • Nottakingthisanymore says:

      http://s7.orientaltrading.com/is/image/OrientalTrading/VIEWER_IMAGE_400/mini-football-rubber-duckies~42_4323
      This vinyl mini Ducky Romney Jr can’t wait for the big football game, as he sits on the bench! Scattered around by party hacks as decorations at a speeches or give him to your fellow candidates as favors to show “Conservative” spirit. Great for a football-themed birthday party. 1 1/2″ Ducky Romney Jr Romney does not float upright.

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    • chojun says:

      I’m a Mormon. I made a post here yesterday about this.

      Please do not judge us by Mitt Romney’s actions. Romney’s acts here today are breathtakingly dishonest and shocking to me.

      False innuendo is no different than lying. I disavow Romney’s actions 100%. What he’s doing is harmful to fellow Mormons and that offends me greatly.

      If I could snap my fingers, I’d start a twitter trend:

      @MittRomney: “Have you been honest in your dealings with your fellow man?”

      Without reavealing too much, that question is VERY VERY IMPORTANT in the Mormon faith. If Mitt saw people asking him that question, it would cut straight to his heart and be very damaging to him.

      But I’m only one person and have a small voice.

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      • emma says:

        That question only cuts to the heart of men who actually have a heart. Romney is heartless.

        He’s scum. Absolute filth.

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      • Mike says:

        I take it the true Mormon position is doing “square” business dealings and honesty in business. Romney is failing in this category big time right now.

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        • Gail Combs says:

          Yes, Just like in Christianity there are people true to their faith and there are hypocrites. Romney is a hypocrite.

          I am not a Morman but I lived near Hill Cumorah Palmyra, NY so a lot of my friends were Mormom and I have read the Book of Mormon. They are nice honest people.

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          • Gavinsdad says:

            The cult of the colored glass seer and numerous child brides is honest and Christian….lol. Go back the the fake Egyptian symbols….what a bunch of deluded nuts.

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      • rayzorback says:

        What about Beck?

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        • Mike says:

          Good question. Beck has have mixed a bunch of things together, including the AA “higher power” concept, plus weird Jewish and MLK worship. . But I’d like to hear what a Mormon thinks about Glenn Beck.

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          • Kevin T says:

            He’s gone absolutely bat-sh** crazy. Isn’t it obvious. He also regularly plagiarizes. Many times I have heard him make statements that are direct quotes of LDS church leaders. He never identifies sources but rather pretends it is his original thought. From there he editorialized getting carried away into a land of absolute creepiness that distorts the meaning of his plagiarism and makes one wonder if he is on some serious drugs.

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        • chojun says:

          Beck has lost his mind. He had so much potential.

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    • rayzorback says:

      Testing………….

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      • Gavinsdad says:

        The cult of the glass seer and child bride molesters being honest, or actually Christians. Too funny!

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        • zephyrbreeze says:

          People with child brides are being prosecuted in the state of Utah with the encouragement of the Mormon Church leadership.

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          • chojun says:

            I’m happy to expound on this, as well.

            In the late 1800’s the Mormon Church disavowed polygamy. There were certain sects within the Church who apparently established their basis of faith on sex (Which is pretty perverse) and broke off from the Church. They moved to southern Utah/Northern Arizona and established their own community and religion, known as Fundamentalist LDS or FLDS. That’s the Warren Jeffs crowd.

            I’ve had some dealings with people from that community. It’s pretty sickening the level of systemic corruption that exists in that city. The LDS Church has absolutely nothing to do with those people. Those who I have talked to have been thrown out of the community and ostracized due to ‘apostasy’. Women have essentially no rights or privileges. The people are very hostile and suspicious of outsiders.

            It’s like the Taliban in America. Pretty sickening. And again, for emphasis, it’s a closed society with essentially no contact with the outside world, and they have nothing at all to do with the Mormon or LDS Church.

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    • ThePatriot says:

      So right. Mormonism is a cult.

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      • chojun says:

        Naturally, I disagree with that statement.

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        • David Flanagan says:

          HB KJV – REV 22.18 – “For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book” – Meaning by reading the Book of Mormon instead of adhering to the scriptures, you are not obeying the will of the Father. Mormonism is a cult.

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          • chojun says:

            Look. We’re on the same team. Donald Trump has done something amazing by bringing people together of all different beliefs and ideologies.

            If you understand what John was referring to in Revelations, you’ll understand that he was referring to the Book of Revelations specifically. John was not aware of the existence of the bible because it did not yet exist.

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Testament#Books

            I’m not interested in debating this – let’s come together and ensure Hillary Clinton remains unemployed.

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  2. Hey Romney!………what real tough guy………you’re pathetic and a two time loser!
    You gave us Obama’s 2nd term! Haven’t done enough damage to the country!
    Just go away!

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  3. tempo150101 says:

    Zero Hedge has picked up on the 2012 WSJ story I’ve been harping on for months: Mitt Romney’s 17 bankruptcies

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-03/who-said-it-donald-trump-has-shown-extraordinary-ability-understand-our-economy-crea

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  4. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    In my opinion what Trump should do is remind the RNC that they need to Honor there agreement they have with him; since it appears to be sponsoring others to take him out. If this is not the case then they should remind people like Romney that what the just did is uncalled for. If he thinks he can do better than Trump then he should get in the primaries and battle it out out with the ones actually running.

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    • Eris says:

      Trump already declared the RNC to be in default at the previous debate. The RNC do not care. Mitten as the previous Republican Presidential nominee is one of the de facto top leader of the RNC and he has many of his people running the organization.

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    • I don’t want to hear any more speculation about Trump running 3rd party! Make the Gop do it! We got your back, Trump 2016!

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  5. Sandy says:

    He must of gotten paid a big sum of money to give that speech! Wonder if the 47% entitlement was in the audience!! He is so irrelevant that who wants to pay any attention to him.
    Go Trump!

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  6. NHVoter says:

    Romney is having his advisers explore stopping Trump at the convention so that he can be the nominee. This is war.

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  7. Steve in Greensboro says:

    NC early voting started today (Thursday 3/3). Took my daughter down to the polling place and we voted for Trump. Tomorrow, I will get my better half down to early-vote.

    Also, for my fellow North Carolinians, it is important to vote for Greg Brannon in the Republican Senate primary for the seat held by Richard Burr.

    It would be great to get Burr out, but if he is the Republican nominee I am not sure what I am going to do. Burr is an amnesty traitor. He voted for amnesty bills in 2007 and 2013. He has a Conservative Review rating of F. I’m not sure having a Democrat in that seat would be much worse. But Senate seats are precious.

    Much more so than House seats. There are 435 of those, so each individual seat is worthless, and the Republicans have a 59 seat majority. If I was in Paul Ryan’s district (or Steve Scalise’s or Kevin McCarthy’s) I would certainly vote for the Dem to get those jackwagons out.

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    • Crassus says:

      I hope you know that the CEO of Conservative Review is none other than loudmouth Mark Levin. They use subjective criteria when giving out their grades. I wouldn’t vote against anyone just on the basis of what that site says.

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      • Gail Combs says:

        I posted else where today how Burr is a TRAITOR and a LIAR.

        He promised me he was NOT going to vote for the Food Modernization act so I voted for him. Then during the lame duck session he CO-SPONSORED the D@…D bill. After it passed he told me it was changed so he could support it. RIGHTTTtttt.

        The most offensive parts
        page 121 – “Sec. 404 Compliance with international agreements.”
        SEC. 404. COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS.
        Nothing in this Act (or an amendment made by this Act) shall be construed in a manner inconsistent with the agreement establishing the World Trade Organization or any other treaty or international agreement to which the United States is a party.

        page 136 – “Review” …. “internationally-recognized standards….”

        page 137 – “Nothing… limits the authority of the Secretary…to revise, issue, and enforce product and category-specific regulations….” And “(f) DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS – Nothing in the amendment made by this section shall apply to any dietary supplement that is in compliance with the requirements of sections 402(g)(2) and 761 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 USC 342(g)(2), 379aa-1).”

        page 195 – “No limit on Secretarial Authority” What??!!!! No limit?

        Home Gardens ARE effected.
        “..FOOD PRODUCTION FACILITY- The term ‘food production facility’ means any farm, ranch, orchard, vineyard, aquaculture facility, or confined animal-feeding operation…”
        There is NO exemption for instate commerce, for hobby farms, for you backyard garden.

        “ The Administrator, in order to protect the public health, shall establish a national traceability system that enables the Administrator to retrieve the history, use, and location of an article of food through all stages of its production, processing, and distribution.

        set good practice standards to protect the public and animal health and promote food safety;

        conduct monitoring and surveillance of animals, plants, products, or the environment, as appropriate

        require each food production facility to have a written food safety plan that describes the likely hazards and preventive controls implemented to address those hazards;

        include, with respect to growing, harvesting, sorting, and storage operations, minimum standards related to fertilizer use, nutrients, hygiene, packaging, temperature controls, animal encroachment, and water”

        Notice it does not say a person SELLING food, it says a person holds, stores, or transports food or food ingredients.

        This is very scary given Ag Sec. Venman’s ” September, 1995, USDA’s Food Safety & Inspection Service presented a 600-page document Farm-To-Table – control of every step in the food chain from production to home preparation. “

        Worse it also includes this.
        “in any action to enforce the requirements of the food safety law, the connection with interstate commerce required for jurisdiction SHALL BE PRESUMED TO EXIST.”

        A lawyer who specializes in commerce clause law wrote the following:

        Trojan Horse Law: The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009
        “…Ignorance about the law’s broad reach (and how it will be construed by the courts) has thwarted opposition to the bill, which will likely pass Congress. For example, a newspaper claims the bill “doesn’t regulate home gardens.” ….

        But lawyers familiar with our capricious legal system know better. The Supreme Court ruled in Wickard v. Filburn (1942) that even home gardens (in that case, a farmer’s growing wheat for his own consumption) are subject to federal laws that regulate interstate commerce. Economists and scholars have criticized this decision, but it continues to be cited and followed in Supreme Court rulings, such as those applying federal anti-drug laws to consumption of even home-grown medical marijuana. Indeed, many court decisions allow Congress to define as “interstate commerce” even non-commercial conduct that doesn’t cross state lines…”

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    • stringy theory says:

      I plan on voting for Brannon in the primary and if Burr makes it to the general, I will absolutely vote for his democrat opponent. We have to teach the GOP traitors a lesson and kicking them out of office is a message they will understand.

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      • NCPatrick says:

        Yep Stringy .. when we voted in NC this morning, we made sure to vote FOR D. Trump and for Greg Brannon and for whoever it was running against Nelson Dollar. Those were our major objectives, and we accomplished. If Burr limps into the general, I will vote for a Democrat. The guy is a disgrace!

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    • William says:

      If I have a choice to vote either for a republican candidate versus a democrat for the legislature, I will vote for the republican, even if he is a RINO. My reason is that with Trump at the head of the party, and with Trump’s force of will, the weasels will fall in line with the mandate. Let’s make sure Trump has a republican legislature. I believe what weakened Reagan was he had to deal with an entrenched and hostile democrat legislature.

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      • Steve in Greensboro says:

        The House leadership needs to go. Paul Ryan (WI), Steve Scalise (LA), Kevin McCarthy (CA), Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA), Luke Messer (IN). They all need to be taken out. They are all Fs per Conservative Review, except for Scalise who is a D.

        There are 435 House seats. Each individual seat is worthless. The Republicans have a 59 seat majority. A 49 seat majority with the GOPe all of whom trembled in fear for their seats would be a much better arrangement.

        Remember Eric Cantor? Nope, nobody else does except for members of the GOP leadership who live in fear of being the next Cantor.

        If I lived in any of their districts, I would certainly vote for the Dem.

        I am not sure about Senate seats given there are only 100 of them and our majority is more dependent on individual seats. But I might need to make an exception for an amnesty-traitor like Richard Burr. I might vote for the Dem and make sure he and his fellow GOPe weasel Thom Tillis knows why.

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    • ginaswo says:

      I’m voting John McCain out of the US Senate first thing Election Day come hell or high water
      if he oozes his way through the primary again and the only way to unseat him is to vote for Kirkpatrick the Dem moonbeam I will
      McCain must go

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    • Look at it this way – if one or two bad Senators contributed to a majority of good Senators, it would be a good thing. There are 24 Republican Senate seats up for renewal this year (I think – please correct this number if incorrect!), so one or two bad apples might not hurt us as much as giving 3 or 4 seats back to the Dems, who would then have a majority..

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  9. Strike Eagle says:

    These GOPe mutts remind me of Wile E. Coyote … they keep putting together these “super genius” traps from ACME for Donald the Road Runner and they keep having it explode in their faces, or they run off the cliff or get the anvil slammed on their head … and the Donald give a “beep-beep” and away he goes untouched … they are both incompetent and cartoonish and they wonder why we disdain them so

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  10. ZZZ says:

    Honestly, I would not be surprised if deep down mitt regrets what he is doing…being made to do perhaps…no courage like others who have grown a conscience as of late and are choosing to do right by the American people.

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  11. Cindy Young says:

    Forgive me if this has already been posted or if it is inappropriate, but a friend commented on a post on the Facebook page of the Republican National Committee and the comments now number over 2000, and most of them are angry. Very angry.

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  12. DanMan says:

    Kos commenters are pretty pathetic but you guys make them look sane. It looks like a bunch of middle schoolers raging in here. The exclamation points after every insult is humorous.

    And the fawning over every word sundance writes is a bit weird but that’s where we are I guess. I’ll pull for Trump to beat Hillary though.

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  13. Crassus says:

    Just a reminder to everyone that the first Republican presidential candidate that Mittenz Romney voted for was George H.W. Bush in 1992 and he didn’t register as a Republican until 1994 when he decided to challenge Swimmer Ted Kennedy for a Senate seat in Massachusetts.

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  14. emma says:

    hmm… today’s event held at the HINCKLEY Institute

    was that a death threat?

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  15. d4j says:

    I thought Mr. Romney had integrity–
    although I could never fathom his attempts
    to distinguish Romney-care from Obama-care.
    I was very wrong.

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  16. Jenny R. says:

    I would love to see Trump blast him for 1. Praising Reagan since his own father tried to sink Reagan; 2. Misquoting John Adams; 3. and the biggest of all: not even recognizing what sort of government we have in the process of the misquote.
    Then he can move on to the condescending and pandering tone: so, are 47% part of “the great people” now?

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Go back to high school American history and civics class Mitt…and maybe tell your speech writer they are fired (since you said yourself that you like firing people).

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  17. Dale says:

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  18. jeans2nd says:

    To the RNC that read here, wondering how Mr. Trump’s supporters will react to Romney’s speech – I can answer that.

    Our little Trump Campaign office really picked up after Romney’s speech. Thank you very much. We actually ran out of yard signs. There was one universlly-expressed emotion. You may assign any adjective or emotion to it, as you please. We self-describe it as determined cold anger. Romney did not attack Mr. Trump. He attacked us, as do the rest of you. Romney seeks to manipulate us into changing our vote. Romnay made the determined more determined, and the undecided firmly decided for Mr. Trump. Mr. Trump is not just our candidate. He is our weapon.

    We often hear “we do not see Mr. Trump’s ground game.” We know why. You have not seen us for many years. We are Republicans, Democrats, RNC committe people, Romney campaign workers, union members, small business owners…in short, we are Americans. As we for North Coasters, we still live in the heart of the Rust Belt. And we re-elected Gov. James Rhodes twice after 1970. http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/James_A._Rhodes

    I have not time for more explanations, there is much more work to do. An obervation – it often appears to us that parents are teaching their kids to accept participation trophies as good enough. Our parents taught us a different lesson which we teach our kids – You never start a fight, but you had better finish it. And this one? You started.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Fabulous letter, Jean2! Your determination and courage simply radiate thru your message, and you give the rest of us more energy too. Thank you for the fight you are waging and understanding how important it is! Good job.

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    • Rosies Seeing Red says:

      Nicely done. Bravo.

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  19. lizzieintexas says:

    Mitt you are NO John Adams.
    John Adams is one of my ancestors.

    BTW John Adams biography by David McCullough is excellent as is the 6-part series based on the book.

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  20. Newman says:

    How nice…We went from a duck to a penguin. Eff the Romney/Bush clan.

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    • Rosies Seeing Red says:

      EPIC.

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    • belle819 says:

      If you are able, support Diamond and Silk by buying one of their products. I don’t have a lot of extra money so I bought a wine glass in February. I just bought another wine glass so I have a set and some bumper stickers. They are fabulous women. Thank you.

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  21. emma says:

    For years, I defended the Republican party from the charge that it was the party of the rich and ignored the little guy.

    Turns out, that charge was true.

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  22. saskamare says:

    Apparently Duck #Romney filed with the FEC to run for Prez on February 1, 2016! https://twitter.com/Hydraman40Black/status/705535659058966528

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  23. labrat says:

    Love Lou.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Lou was dynamite tonight! He seemed genuinely furious at Romney/Ryan, just like the rest of us vulgarians. It feels so good to have someone on TV actually defending us all, doesn’t it? Thank you Lou. We appreciate you!

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      • Crassus says:

        Lou was one of the few non-liberals to criticize Dubya back when he was screwing the pooch. Conservatism, Inc. frequently said he had Bush Derangement Syndrome.

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  24. maggiemoowho says:

    When Trump wins, will Romney take the same road that his buddy Aubrey McClendon took yesterday. Romney is clearly scared of Trump. So what’s Romney hiding and what kind of bad deals did Romney make with the devil.

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  25. William says:

    Donald Trump has done the nation a great service by inciting the impostors to rip off their masks in their fits of despair. There are no more pretensions. Now we can see them as they truly are. Gosh, knowledge and truth are truly empowering.

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    • Crassus says:

      Trump needs to continue ripping Conservatism, Inc. to shreds especially talk radio. They’re the scum that have it coming. Politicians lie because it’s part of the territory for them. I don’t like or approve of it but I understand that it’s going to happen. Talk radio is supposed to be the voice of the people. They’ve done nothing but sell us out.

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  26. Shadrach says:

    So…I couldn’t listen to Mitt past the first 10 seconds. I don’t know about you guys, but if I were Trump, I’d pay money to get more of those idiots to make speeches like that. It hardened my support for Trump, made me want to punch Mitt, and generally did nothing to win me over to Mitt’s side. Doubt I’m unusual….nobody wants to be told what to do by a supercilious creep like Mitt.

    The other upside of this is now Cruz, Rubio and Kasich all know they are being used. Apparently none of them are “worthy” of an endorsement. Wow, Mitt just jumped the shark all around. Good.

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    • DaveNY says:

      Not sure if mittens can endorse since he is technically running as a convention/stealth candidate. . see link by jtomka below

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  27. jtomka says:

    Romney for President filed with the FEC on 2/1/2016

    http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/fecimg?_201602019005302844+0

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  28. seventhndr says:

    I think Lou Dobbs was going to reach across his desk punch Juan Williams in the mouth. Good TV tonight.:)

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  29. DaveNY says:

    Corey handling wolf “commie” blitzer right after mittens teleprompter “speech”

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  30. JMC says:

    Romney and Bain Capital are savaged in this new article by Reagan Budget Director David Stockman, who BTW is no friend of Trump:
    http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/mitt-romney-is-the-real-super-fraud-heres-the-proof-chapter-and-verse/

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  31. DaveNY says:

    I am not on twitter. if you are please pass it to mitchell -scavino – corey

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  32. sDee says:

    “”Later, George Romney went on to try and undermine the insurgent “common sense” conservative candidacy of Ronald Reagan.””

    Romney AND Rockefeller!

    Commissioned by the elites to take out Reagan. After all, they had done to Goldwater.

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  33. Papoose says:

    The Obama administration, DNC and GOPe are frantic! Preemptive Collusion.

    They know they ARE busted once the ‘house’ gets cleaned. This will all come out in the wash too.

    Thanks Donald Trump! Carry On! 2016

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  34. sDee says:

    Signing RomneyCare……………..

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  35. beaupre03 says:

    And isn’t it beautiful that Reagan got the last laugh against G. Romney.

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  36. “Under no circumstance will Mexico pay for the wall that Mr. Trump is proposing,” he said. “Building a wall between Mexico and the United States is a terrible idea. It is an idea based on ignorance and has no foundation in the reality of North American integration.”

    Mittens just admitted, the goal is the dissolution of the United States. No wonder they’re freaking out over Donald J. Trump, he sees our nation as a Sovereign entity, everyone else – Including Cruz, sees it as part of a larger union of nations.

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    • Prothonotary Warbler says:

      He did, didn’t he?

      “Under no circumstances…” Seriously? All you’d have to do is put a small tax on remittances, and Mexico would indeed pay for that wall. Through that tax.

      I do think you have to keep the tax small, because otherwise people will come up with all sorts of ways to bypass it. But, yeah, put a small tax on those remittances and Mexico will indeed pay for the wall.

      With all due respect to Ben Carson, it’s not brain surgery.

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    • Backspin says:

      I see , that you see .Do you have a form 27 B stroke 6 ? – You Will now be reported for reintegration & reeducation . After all , we’re all in this together …( Bollokxx that kid … I’M Tuttle – Harry Tuttle , Freelance Engineer, Screw the System …. Lets Go.. ‘ C’ Mon )

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    • moe ham head says:

      the wall will be built and mexico will pay for it
      easy math i think they will be happy with 95% of 25 billion rather than 0%

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  37. Prothonotary Warbler says:

    Every time I think the GOPe has hit bottom, they find a way keep digging. Seriously? Mitt Romney? How tone-deaf can you be?

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    • your tour guide says:

      Oh, Mitt!!!
      You’re full of Mitt!!
      Mitt happens….
      You’ve got Mitt for brains
      I need to take a healthy Mitt….
      Go Mitt in your hat and call it curls!
      Any others? These just write themselves.

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  38. I’ve concluded. The two prongs of the UniParty have district goals and purposes all intended to one end result. The Left hand is meant to archive social engineering, while the Right hand works toward structural ends, putting in place the means for a singular world union and its governing system.

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    • Prothonotary Warbler says:

      I think of it more as a game of “good cop/bad cop”. Republicans are the “good cop”, and Democrats are the “bad cop”. And America sweats it out in the perp chair.

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  39. moe ham head says:

    forget crocs im investing in the mitt romney flip flops
    mittens you just put the final nails in the GOPe coffin
    thank for embarrassing mass residents and showing your true rino colors

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  40. shirley49 says:

    Is he talking about the ultra conservatives like Dole, McCain, Jebbie, Rubio and last but not least Romney. Where was this passion when he was running against the worst President in History. He let Crowley run all over him and he sat there like a lump on a log when he was right about his comment. Everyone that comes out and knocks Trump is obviously being sent out there by the establishment. Ignore them and please start complaining to the RNC about their shameful debates.

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  41. So the country was NOT created as a Democracy it was made as a Republic. Adams knew that and was arguing why. Romney is too stupid to even both learning it.

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