yes, on the topic of who might or might not actually be running:
romney declared 2 days ago that if he were elected president he would REPEAL obamacare via EXECUTIVE ORDER
If I Were President: Obamacare, One Year In - By Mitt Romney - The Corner - National Review Online
now, if i may...
were romney actually to run on this pledge---and it will be pretty hard for him NOT to, after announcing so incendiary an initiative
then folks like me, about as disposed a republican AGAINST mister mitt as you're gonna find
and it has nothing to do with mormonism, i actually pretty strongly FAVOR him for that
it's precisely because of his ORIGIN---massachusetts---a man like myself is lugubriously loathe to support anyone from so enlightened environs
and romneycare, of course, a poison to a person of my posture
but IF mister mitt were to message this measure---and it's gonna be pretty hard for him NOT to, after the scandalous stance he's assumed
then a partisan like the prof is gonna get PUFFED with pride
and if mr romney can wrangle reprobates like myself, with enthusism...
i don't like talking about myself, i apologize for doing so, but i really do represent pretty accurately what is still the heart and soul of the mainstream movement so many of you despise
if romney can inspire ME (and his executive commitment to REPEAL would go far), then there will be NO STOPPING him in my party
part of it is very practical, ie, political
that is, should a good ol boy like barbour, for example, make such a pledge, that'd be good, that'd be fine
but NO ONE is so uniquely positioned to UNDO it all like this RESUME from the NORTHEAST
just my opinion, i put it out there in an attempt to elucidate the landscape
The only funnier is all Liberal who lack the mental acuity to notice that Obama has lied his way into office screwed up everything with his mark on it.
That's not really fair because it's more tragic than funny. Obama is still a joke.
Almost thought you might have some validity ... but then realized you are a supporter of the two sound-bite talking Pez dispencers, Palin and Bachmann.
I guess this is just another one of those Consider the Source for your wild accusations.
As a resident of Minnesota, Bachmann's occasional appearances here are just about the only negative thing about living here. That, and the "springtime" weather.
The radical rights reaction to Romney is akin to watching somebody with a serious disease rejecting the doctors medicine which can cure them simply because they do not like the taste of it. They would seemingly rather die that accept what is going to help them.
That is more than fine with me. The one person I believe could beat Obama is Mitt Romney if all factions of the party united behind him. But they will not or at least not until it is too late and means precious little after they through their very public fit of pique.
There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.... John Rogers