Now It’s Romney Targeting the “1%”

by Ryan on February 22, 2012

in Economy,Election 2012,Politics

I have been resigned the last month or so that Mitt Romney will be the Republican nominee.  Here’s a scenario:  if Romney does well in Arizona and outright wins Michigan, no one will be able to compete with him on Super Tuesday.  As a result, money for Rick and Newt will begin to dry-up, while Ron Paul holds out all the way to convention to get Rand on as Veep.  Done.

That what makes this so damn painful to watch:

Pure ready-made DNC attack ad material come late Spring.  Awesome:  [grimy attack ad voice] “Is the GOP on the verge of nominating a flip-flopper from Massachusetts?“  Plus, how can this class warfare rhetoric jazz-up the conservative base?  It won’t — it’ll just annoy us.  The “1%” pay enough.  I’m in the 50.5% and I pay too much!  In truth it’s the 49.5% that needs to pick up the slack!  Our government’s problem is not about revenues, it’s about spending.

While a President Romney is still better than Obama, why do I get the sinking feeling that I’ll likely be attending a Tea Party rally protesting Romney’s big-spending, debt-ballooning, interest-group pandering, weak-kneed RINOism one day?

I hate holding my nose.

Rubio-Paul 2012! (if only)

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