Thursday, March 1, 2012

Romney's Crippled, Doomed Candidacy

The Presidential candidacy of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney was dealt yet another blow on Tuesday, as the Michigan native won two more primaries in Michigan and Arizona.

The pundits and those in the mainstream news media agree that winning these two important states have damaged the Republican candidate's chances of winning his party's nomination, and many are saying that all four GOP Presidential challengers should just drop out of the race now.

"We still think that John Huntsman has a shot", said a MSNBC reporter, wishing to remain anonymous."Romney looks weak".

Meanwhile, The President is riding high, having swept all of the Democratic primaries. Multiple violations of his Constitutional oath have apparently made the incumbent very, very popular.

Many in the mainstream news media agree that forcing Catholic institutions to offer contraception in violation of their faith is a great big winner. Plus, demagoging the achievers in American society appeals to his sizable base of out-of-work crybabies.

It also looks like almost 40% of all conservative voters are also planning to vote for Obama this November, give or take 20%.

This week,  Obama championed his exciting new energy proposal, based on the harvesting of algae. GOP candidates Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, and Ron Paul all appear to be floundering in the belief that drilling for oil may increase our domestic supply.

Next week is Super Tuesday, where voters in 10 states will vote for a candidate who has absolutely no chance of being elected in November. Soon, a hopelessly crippled GOP nominee will go on to the general election, and probably lose all 50 states, including Texas-by 20 percentage points.

It's a good thing that the winner of the 2012 Presidential election won't be sneaking into the bedroom windows of American women, and stealing their stash of contraception. Damned knuckle-dragging Republicans.

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