The Republican Blame Game

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Despite President Obama presiding over the worst economy since the Great Depression, voters still rejected Romney—including Republicans, as three million fewer voted for Romney than John McCain. Yet this should not have been a surprise to anyone paying attention.A horrible candidate, Mitt Romney was incapable of relating to the middle class and thus never sealed the deal with those voters. The overall ABO (Anyone But Obama) strategy backfired, just as I predicted, because it’s never enough to run against something. The Romney/Ryan ticket was wholly unable to articulate what it stood for, resulting in, ironically, an ABR (Anyone But Romney) backlash.During the past four years, the Republican strategy has been to whine and complain, bashing Obama on meaningless issues rather than advocating a better course for America.

Obama is a Muslim socialist from Kenya who hates America and wants to destroy it. And since he isn’t a citizen, he is a treasonist who should be impeached. Oh, and the liberal media, Hurricane Sandy and Chris Christie are responsible for his reelection.
 
Most amazing, that wasn’t just the lunatics talking, but many in the mainstream GOP.Those propagating such garbage don’t understand that doing so drives voters away from the GOP. Rather than intelligently trying to win the Great American Middle—the voters who decide every election—Republicans spewing insane rhetoric made swing voters reluctantly return Obama to Washington.
 
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