|They emerge out of the shadows to reflect on this election! Yet, these losers continue to go down the same failed path to hurting potential Republican nominees in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections. Paul Ryan blames strong Democratic turnout in urban areas! Mitt Romney thinks that President Barack Obama offers "gifts' to the youth, Black and Hispanic voters!|
As reported earlier, there's a movement of idiots petitioning for succession from the United States. They flood the White House website with a petition to for an "official" request to secede from the country because of the election. The other perennial loser, Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) is retiring from Congress. Him and Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) have been the gadflies among their respective parties. Paul retiring and Kucinich losing his primary to moderate Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio), the libertarians are dismayed over the departures. Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) is the son of the retiring congressman. He's sort of libertarian but a lot more conservative on issues. The Republican senator is the master of gridlock. He held up the veterans job bill once again.
A woman runs over her husband in Arizona after he failed to vote in the general election.
A man commits suicide and left in his will a not so nice cast off to the president.
The Republicans who support Mitt Romney are getting heated online and in the public forum. Some nitwit Texas councilman who writes on his personal blog calls the supporters of the president, "maggots"!
Rush Limbaugh compares Barack Obama to Santa Claus. He claims that Democrats mastered in giveaways to those degenerates. Rush Limbaugh rambles on about how it's the voters being misinformed and suckers to tabloid events that inspired the president easy reelection.
The Drudge Report upping the ante on racial stories. In the six days post election, there's been more stories about Blacks committing crime. Its stirring the pot! Conservatives and white supremacists are clicking on the links and ranting on their forums about this.
Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) and Senator Lindsay Graham (R-South Carolina) go on the television dissing the United Nations ambassador Dr. Susan Rice, a prominent Black woman. They threaten to derail the president's potential nomination of Dr. Rice to replace Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. They want to do a NIGGERIZATION of the president and Rice.
When Rice appeared on television to defend the president's handling of the crisis, she claimed that an American bigot's video attacking Islam lead to the killing of Libyan ambassador Chris Stevens. Some information that came out later told a different story. And because of her statements on the Sunday news program the Republicans are trying to screw the president. The terrorists used this as a cover to attack the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
And to make this even more stranger, the former CIA chief David Petraeus and Afghanistan command General John Allen are caught up in a sex scandal. These men engaged in a series of sexual-themed emails with Jill Kelley, the woman who tipped off the FBI after she became aware of Petraeus having an affair with Paula Broadwell, the woman who wrote the former general and top spy's biography.
Yet, Mitt Romney and his former running mate Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) are continuing their condescending theories to why the president won reelection.
They still don't get it!
The New York Times obtain portions of the Republican congressman post-election interview with local television station WISC-TV. He goes forth and states to a reporter, Monday that most of the blame rest on the Democratic turnout in “urban areas” for their loss.
Ryan was surprised that he and Mitt Romney did not do better in the nation’s big cities.
“The surprise was some of the turnout, some of the turnout especially in urban areas, which gave President Obama the big margin to win this race. When we watched Virginia and Ohio coming in, and those ones coming in as tight as they were, and looking like we were going to lose them, that’s when it became clear we weren't going to win.”
The remarks prompted scorn from some liberals who viewed Mr. Ryan as blaming inner-city minorities for the Republican defeat. Some people react to these comments on Twitter.
“Paul Ryan emerged from dustbin of nothingness 2 blame his & Romney’s defeat on “urban” vote,” one person tweeted . “These 2 losers continue 2 demean minorities.”
Another tweeted that “Urban vote” = minorities. Paul Ryan is saying he lost because minorities actually went out and voted. SHOCKER. MINORITIES HAVE RIGHTS, TOO.”
Several people pointed out these idiots also lost some largely rural states with few minorities, like New Hampshire and Iowa. Those losses cannot be explained away by focusing on urban voters, they noted.
In the interview with the television station, Mr. Ryan said he did not think that the nation’s voters had rejected his long-standing ideas for how to restructure the nation’s budget and cut spending.
“I don’t think we lost it on those budget issues, especially on Medicare we clearly didn't lose it on those issues,” he said.
His former boss made even more stupid comments. The Huffington Post/Associated Press reports that the perennial loser Mitt Romney is telling top donors that President Barack Obama won re-election because of the "gifts" he had already provided to blacks, Hispanics and young voters and because of the president's effort to paint Romney as anti-immigrant.
"The president's campaign, if you will, focused on giving targeted groups a big gift! He made a big effort on small things."
|Republicans are hoping that Paul Ryan thinks about running for president in 2016.|
In the call, Romney didn't acknowledge any major missteps, such as his "47 percent" remarks widely viewed as denigrating nearly half of Americans, his lack of support for the auto bailout, his call for illegal immigrants to "self-deport," or his change in position on abortion, gun control and other issues. He also didn't address the success or failure of the campaign's strategy of focusing on the economy in the face of some improvement in employment and economic growth during the months leading up to Election Day.
Obama won the popular vote by about 3.5 million votes, or 3 percent, and won the Electoral College by a wide margin, 332-206 electoral votes. Exit polls conducted for The Associated Press and television networks showed that Obama led Romney by 11 percentage points among women and won better than 7 of 10 Hispanic voters and more than 9 of 10 black voters.
Romney called his loss to Obama a disappointing result that he and his team had not expected, but he said he believed his team had run a superb campaign. He said he was trying to turn his thoughts to the future, "but, frankly, we're still so troubled by the past, it's hard to put together our plans for the future."
Romney's finance team organized the call to donors. The Los Angeles Times first reported Romney's remarks.
Among the "gifts" Romney cited were free health care "in perpetuity," which he said was highly motivational to black and Hispanic voters as well as for voters making $25,000 to $35,000 a year.
Romney also said the administration's promise to offer what he called "amnesty" to the children of illegal immigrants – what he termed "the so-called DREAM Act kids" – helped send Hispanics to the polls for Obama.
Young voters, Romney said, were motivated by the administration's plan for partial forgiveness of college loan interest and being able to remain on their parents' health insurance plans. Young women had an additional incentive to vote for Obama because of free contraception coverage under the president's health care plan, he said.
"I'm very sorry that we didn't win," he told donors. "I know that you expected to win. We expected to win. We were disappointed; we hadn't anticipated it."
|Without these two losers, Barack Obama would never have won this easily!|
President Barack Obama is going ask this jackass for advice!
I wonder sometimes how far the president will go to getting bipartisanship! To make nice with this perennial jackass has me even thinking!
I am happy that the president won, but I am starting to think that he should of never utter the words "work with Romney on issues"!
If you want my honest opinion of this guy! I rather see Mitt Romney retire his sorry ass! He can live in one his four houses! I mean this jackass has a car elevator! A freaking car elevator!