Next week, the discussion will begin on why Mitt lost. Some will say that Mitt was not conservative enough and others will point out that American voters rejected the tired, old ideas that he presented until the last few weeks of the campaign. The TEA Party wing of the GOP, if it still exists by 2016, will support an even more conservative candidate, searching for a true believer that other true believers will support. More moderate and sensible conservatives will have left the GOP to start another party or label themselves as independents.
- Gridlock: Harry Reid says he’ll refuse to work with Mitt Romney (theblaze.com)
- Math, myth, Mitt (bell-book-candle.com)
- Many Americans Believe There Is No Discernible Real Difference Between Romney and Obama (21stcenturyscreenshots.wordpress.com)
- “An Echo, Not A Choice”: How The Right Wing Lost In 2012 (bell-book-candle.com)