Photo: Mitt Romney The Day After Getting Elected President

By: Wes Messamore

After Mitt Romney's lack-luster, unofficial debut in the 2012 presidential race at a New Hampshire forum on jobs and the economy, I'd just like to remind you that this poser isn't a genuine conservative Republican, but a big-government Republican In Name Only, who pursued a policy of expanding government as Massachusetts' governor and author of RomneyCare, which formed the blueprint for ObamaCare.

If you honestly want more of that, please just stay home during the Republican Primaries and vote for Obama in the general election. Otherwise, we're going to end up with this...

Mitt Romney The Day After Getting Elected President

Hat tip: Memeorandum

Wes Messamore blogs at his libertarian website


  1. You have been linked.

  2. Mitt and Mitch are birds of a feather. Stop them.

  3. I agree with RightKlik: We have to stop Mitt. Not a fiscal conservative in any sense

  4. I think Romney could be a good V.P. but he lacks the charisma and nerves to be prez. IMO. Mass. is quite a liberal state with a considerable amount of government regulation on business and individuals. I do think Romney has a very good understanding on job creation and the economy, but he is pretty much a wildcard as far as most issues are concerned. So far there are no candidates who really impress, this doesn't bode well. If a legit candidate fails to emerge in the coming months, it will give Hussein Obama a good chance at re-election. Where is the leadership when we need it most...

  5. Totally agree, Barrell, IMO Mitt is too liberal and not the fighter that we need right now (by the way, the weather is perfect today but the wind has blown the surf out).


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