Mitt Romney has been removed from his position as front-runner for the GOP 2016 Presidential nomination. I’m not grief-stricken about that. He had no understanding of the jihad movement, in the least. But the GOP poobahs are going to ram another RINO in the person of Jeb Bush down our throats. Via Drudge, there’s a sizable piece in the NYT today about how it all happened. Here’s just a little taste of the column, enough for you to get the flavor:
…Donors who supported him [Mitt Romney] last time refused to commit to his campaign. Key operatives were signing up with former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida. The Republican establishment that lifted Mr. Romney to the nomination in 2012 in the face of scrappy opposition had moved on…
Even though I voted for Romney in the November, 2012 disaster, you can count me among that scrappy opposition to his nomination. I am now registered as an unaffiliated voter.
…The news on Friday that Mr. Romney would opt out of the race revealed as much about the party in 2015 as it did about the former Massachusetts governor’s weaknesses as a candidate. Republican leaders, especially the party’s wealthiest donors, are in an impatient and determined mood. They are eager to turn to a new face they believe can defeat what they anticipate will be a strong, well-funded Democratic opponent, Hillary Rodham Clinton…
So, the GOP’s wealthiest donors and big wheels actually believe that Jeb Bush is a new face? Really? I can’t help wondering what they’ve been smoking. Personally, I refuse to vote for another Bush for several reasons – not the least of which is their longstanding close ties to the despotic ruling royal family which controls the Islamic State of Saudi Arabia. That is an alliance from Hell.
Former Colorado Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo was unceremoniously declared a persona non grata by the Bush 43 White House, because of his crystal clear no-illegal-alien-amnesty stance – and his insistence on the necessity of closing and defending our national borders. But beyond that, Tom Tancredo was one of a very small (read that: miniscule) hand full of elected politicians who actually understood, and spoke out against, the ongoing Islamization of the United States by the worldwide jihad movement. He had done his homework and read some history.
So, the whistle-blower was exiled from the yacht club GOP in-crowd, forever. Just like Churchill was exiled when he tried to awaken England to Hitler’s intentions. The story goes that none other than W’s right-hand man Karl Rove told Tancredo not to let his shadow darken the White House Door.
I’m to the point where I don’t care what the Establishment GOP does. I reluctantly cast my ballots for John McCain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012. I’ve heard it said that some 4,000,000 or so conservatives stayed at home in November of 2012, because they didn’t want to vote for another “moderate” candidate. They’d given up on the establishment GOP.
I give up, too. I will not vote for another RINO. The big donors and Republican Party powers that be apparently believe they can win the White House without the support of the “fringe” conservative base. That includes me. We shall see if they can elect
Jeb Bush Hillary Clinton.
Let’s get that divorce.