Monday, December 3, 2012

More Mittmentum

Mitt Romney ran for President of the United States for six years, spent countless millions of dollars, and all he got was this lousy White Turkey Chili

At least Mitt was finally able to stand in the Oval Office.  I wonder if President Obama let him sit in his chair? I wonder how much his lunch cost the taxpayers of our country?  I guess we know who the takers are!  

Since Mitt's election day blow-out he has disappeared and so has any sign of leadership in the republican party.  The one thing we know is that the leadership void, will not be filled by Reince.

His loss and immediate withdrawal from politics, while welcomed by most, has created a leadership vacuum within his party. It's left the GOP rudderless, lacking an overarching agenda and mired in infighting, with competing visions for the way ahead, during what may be the most important policy debate in a generation.

In his final meeting with campaign staffers at his Boston headquarters, Romney promised to remain "a strong voice for the party," according to those in attendance. But so far he has offered little to the Capitol Hill negotiations over potential tax increases and entitlement program changes that could affect virtually every American.

He declined to comment on the Treasury Department's recent refusal to declare China a currency manipulator, which was one of his signature issues over the past 18 months. He made no public remarks after his meeting with Obama, quickly fading away, again.
We also see that Mitt was able to go back to his life of taking big money for not working, by being appointed to the Board of Directors of Marriott.    Let's hope for the employees of Marriott's sake, that they never ask Mitt to crunch the numbers.  

Some good things happened though that we all can rejoice in with Mitt's loss:

1.  President Obama is still our president,

2.  People were able to see Paul Ryan(R- Wall St.) as the arrogant extremist that he is!

3.  It spawned this awesome website(check it out)!  

4.  Finally Ann Romney cries every day that she is not first lady, because she was destined to play the role of first lady

By all accounts, the past month has been most difficult on Romney’s wife, Ann, who friends said believed up until the end that ascending to the White House was their destiny. They said she has been crying in private and trying to get back to riding her horses.

Romney has been keeping in shape with bike rides around La Jolla, past the bistros and boutiques that hug the rugged coastline. The son of Detroit — who boasted of the Cadillacs he owned as a sign of support for the U.S. auto industry during the campaign — was spotted driving a new black Audi Q7, a luxury sport-utility vehicle manufactured in Slovakia.

I don't know why Ann is upset, Mitt is the one who pumps the gas!


  1. I do think Ann Romney does not know her own limitations. 6 years of almost constant campaigning could not have been good for her MS. For the sake of her health, Ann and Mitt really need to retire and enjoy the life of plenty they have.

  2. It also gave us this great parody of an otherwise crappy and annoying song: