Now we know that Mitt can look and sound presidential and smile too. However, if you listen to what he says that is another story. Last night, he tried to sound as though he was running for president (for six years or more) only reluctantly because Barack has failed. Mitt claimed that he wanted Barack to succeed so that America would succeed. He lamented all the suffering of Americans (not the 1%) during the Great Recession (caused and prolonged by the GOP). If Mitt really wanted Barack and America to succeed, he would be running against Mitch McConnell. John Boehner and Grover Norquist, the real villains. Mitt could have consulted with Clint last night about how to fight villains in the movies.
Now that Mitt has secured the nomination (something that his father failed to accomplish), I would like to see him show some spine and political courage and start expressing his real convictions. He should start by saying that Obamacare and Romneycare are the same. He could promise to veto any attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act if he is elected and Congress tries to repeal.
- The RNC Proves One Thing: It’s IMPOSSIBLE to take over or reform the GOP (sgtreport.com)
- Make My Day: RNC Day 3, Oh Yeah! There’s Mitt Too! (whilefreedomfades.com)
- Protesters Briefly Interrupt Mitt Romney’s RNC Speech (politicker.com)
- Romney’s Misleads on Obama Health Cost: Reality Check (bloomberg.com)