Romney’s stupid move has “profound consequences”

Most politicians are tone deaf to their constituents but Mitt Romney exceeds expectations. The political establishment is under duress by a fed up electorate fueling an insurgent campaign by Donald Trump and these geniuses send out Romney as an attack dog.

It just shows how completely out of touch the Republican leadership is with reality.  They send someone who couldn’t even beat President Obama in an election there for the taking to lecture the electorate its voting practices.

Think about this for a minute.  The Republican Elite send a person rejected by the voters to tell the voters to reject the candidate they are supporting.  Do you think it ever occurred to the elites the reason Trump is so popular is because the Romney’s of the world is the exact persona we no longer want?

What’s next, sending Senator John McCain to educate us on how to lose an election by nominating politicians who can’t get out of their own way?

Romney did the impossible.  He made Trump look like a sympathetic figure.  His grandstanding today highlighted how much disdain the Republican Party has for the people.   Romney should crawl back into the abyss of losers and shut up.

He only made Trump stronger.  This is relationship 101.  When a parent dictates to their child to stop sating someone because “they are not good enough” for their precious child, what do you think happens?  The child has more reason to keep dating the stiff.  Hello. Earth to Elitists, you are morons.

Romney’s pathetic attempt at relevance today helped Trump while destroying any semblance of unity within the Republican Party.  At one of the first debates, Trump was pressured to sign an agreement to support the eventual nominee.  Does the Washington Elite pan to honor that pledge if Trump is the nominee?

During Romney’s speech, he said nominating Trump would have “profound consequences.” I think Romney’s stupid move today will achieve those profound consequences.


About Armando Diana

A freelance writer for more than 30 years I covered the political scene in New Jersey which can prepare anyone for national politics. I have no fancy political degrees and I'm definitely not a lawyer - I am a common person who is fed up with politics. I want leaders focused on doing what is right for the country, not for them.
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