Diary

Has Mitt already wrapped this up?

While we are all fighting as to why our candidate is the best a few nagging questions are being ignored.

Has Mitt at this early date already sewn up  the nomination?  What does this say about the other candidates?

What happened in Virginia?  Where is the organization?

Do we really believe one of these candidates can capture the imagination of the American people and win the Presidency?

Is this really the best we can do?  I have nothing against the candidates but we have to win this time.

 

In my opinion we can kiss the next four years goodbye because none of the candidates other than Mitt  really seem to believe they can compete with the President.  (The voters so far seem to agree with me.)

Where is the leadership and why hasn’t the Republican party encouraged stronger candidates to run?

Oh and what happens if Biden and Clinton switch?  Well I think you know the answer. Are we ready? Nope!

I assume more competitive candidates have decided to wait because they believe Obama/Biden cannot be beat.

The lack of imagination and urgency within the Republican elites is breathtaking and the only passion to be found is coming from people like you who deserve better!

Most of the candidates are focused on how “bad” the current situation is and not on how great the future can be.  The difference between the two is vast. We need someone with fresh ideas who will excite voters and inspire supporters to fight for the presidency.

If Mr. Romney wins the nomination this early will he be ready and sharp enough to do battle?

I hope so but he better work on his common touch without talking about how he has experienced the fear of getting a pink slip.

The party has shown before why they deserve to lose. ie McCain/Palin

and here we go again do we really think we can impress the American voters with what we have seen so far?

Of course the polls will show a close race but when election day comes around the

reality will silence the echo chamber that says Obama can be beat with a mediocre cast.

H.L. Mencken once said “No one in this world has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people. Nor has anyone ever lost public office thereby”.

 

If Romney wins the nomination his running mate will have to be someone outside of this group who really adds some excitement.

Remember this is politics and so far we don’t have any sizzle to compliment the policies.