Once again, rejecting 1 candidate does not make one partisan. Unless you define Mitt Romney to BE the Republican Party. Which you are seemingly doing so right now.
Let's go over what you said:Again, you display your inability to read...or at least, to understand what you read.
I didn't say what he's done in the past doesn't matter. I said what he did as Governor of MA doesn't matter.
"I don't care what he did in MA. That was a State...not a nation. He had a quite different State Congress to deal with than he will as President...and quite different issues to deal with. And, the demographics of the Citizens of MA is quite different than the demographics of the Citizens of the U.S. There just is no correlation."
Your argument is that because things were not the same as the current Presidency, what he did in MA does not matter. Except that nothing he has ever done is the same as the current Presidency. Therefore, since you argued that because the governor job was different, it doesn't matter what he did. When we apply YOUR LOGIC, nothing Romney did matters because it was "different."
You in fact did say that what he's done in the past doesn't matter. Your argument was because it was different from the presidency, it doesn't matter. But nothing he did was the same. Therefore, the subset of activities that were the same as the current presidency excludes everything Romney did, nothing Romney did matters.
Logic again for the win.
One must question if you even understand what you write.Do you understand the difference?
Let's use some simple diagrams.
Governorship = Different From Presidency
Everything Romney has done = Different from presidency.
Different from presidency = Doesn't Matter
Everything Romney has done = Doesn't Matter