Romney has enjoyed a Hell of a lot better treatment from the media than John Kerry did. The Swiftboat Veterans For Truth were able to go on CBS - not Fox, mind, CBS - and suggest that Kerry gave American military secrets to the Vietcong. The absolutely disgraceful treatment of John Kerry was the beginning of my starting to question my affiliation with the Republican Party.
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I dip my forefinger in the watery blood of your impotent mad-redeemer (your Divine Democrat — your Hebrew Madman) and write over his thorn-torn brow, “The true prince of Evil — the king of the Slaves!”
- Ragnar Redbeard, Might Is Right, 1890
I'm sorry I think you mean your excuse...
It's already lined up.
If Romney loses, the GOP doesn't have to take responsibility for nominating a lousy candidate... why take personal responsibility n when you can just blame the media!
Now I think Romney can still win this thing... but you won't find me making excuses on election night like some will that he "bought the election".
But I'll probably find you blaming the media and bitching about how they weren't fair towards Romney if he loses.
But time will tell.
Anyway, before you start making predictions about what I'll do in the future, you should get to know me without letting your bias get in the way.
The reason Romney is struggling is because the Democrats, with the help of the media, have been very effective with their campaign of distraction.Lol. 567890ex·cuse/ikˈskyo͞oz/
Attempt to lessen the blame attaching to (a fault or offense); seek to defend or justify.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
Virtually every bump in the road the Romney campaign has had has been at its own making. The Obama team has been able to just sit back and watch Romney self destruct.
As long as the republican party clings to a platform that's heavily cloaked in religion, they're going to struggle and struggle and struggle to find a candidate that people who truly make the difference in elections will get behind.
The undeclared, the independents, those who are unaffiliated with either party, the swing voters....those are the people that decide elections.
As long as the Reps are bible thumping church AND state parishioners, they're going to have difficulty gaining any popularity outside their own base.
We're in need of a fiscally conservative - socially liberal candidate who can grasp the idea that religion is a private matter, and not a tool for governing the country.