What Google (and I) knows that the media, Obama, and the establishment GOP doesn’t. The premise, of course, is Romney will win the nomination. He, after all, is the most electable one.
It’s hard to understand when there’s a constant assault of our senses (and common sense) but Romney won’t win if we keep our wits about us.
We can’t listen to the media. The media wants Romney. Obama wants Romney. Just because the libtards of OWS and other orgs are screaming loudest don’t mean they outnumber us. You know what they say about those who protest too much. Or you could simply envision the two and three year olds in full blown tantrums. You give in to those tantrums, you’re toast. The toddlers have the upper hand.
The media has lost almost all, if not all, credibility. The media wants Romney. If the media wants Romney and it has lost so much credibility, who will listen to the media for guidance for whom to vote? The libtards of OWS who are protesting and fouling up the places where they exist and they still don’t outnumber the rest of us.
The establishment GOP has lost most, if not all, credibility but doesn’t realize it. It wants Romney. Romney is part of the establishment GOP. We outnumber the establishment, too. We will have Cain or Perry. I prefer Cain but will be content with Perry. Our criteria for choosing is a playbook that has been thrown out since 2010 when first time Representatives of the House took it over, some of whom had never held public office. It has not been a smooth journey but it ain’t over yet. Lots of work still to be done. Just ask CW.
One thing we have to do, all of us, is get over this expectation of perfection in candidates.They’re human and they’re going to make mistakes. Instead of cringing every time they do, concentrate on how they adapt. If they learn from their mistakes going forward, then we should have confidence in them. Romney spends all his time defending himself as Governor or backtracking and regretting. So does Perry, at times, though not nearly to the extent Romney does. Those things are indicative of what they would do as President which means they’re both somewhat to very open to liberal persuasion. Cain has never held public office so we have no baseline for him but he doesn’t lie.
There is no real criteria for choosing a president other than what’s put in the Constitution. There is no job past or current that prepares one for the job. No matter what one’s background, it’s on the job training. Look to the one
who’s most willing to learn the lessons.