The Portly Politico Explains the Hereditary Nature of Mitt Romney’s Treachery

Any of you readers under the age of 50 wouldn’t be expected to remember that Mitt Romney’s father ran for president against Richard Nixon back in 1968.  Tyler over at the Portly Politico has a very enlightening essay about the elder Romney and the nature of the Romney spinelessness.

Their behavior brings to mind that classic Firefly meme, “Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!”

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War Pig
War Pig
1 year ago

Of course he will betray. He’s a professional politician. He’ll betray his party, his citizens, his family, his friends, and himself. It’s what professional politicians do. They bend to the political winds, forgetting that Reagan showed that a politician doesn’t have to bend to the trends, he should SET the trends. Reagan was Reagan, just as John Wayne was John-effing Wayne. “Here is what I am and what I stand for. Vote for me or against me I will not change.” With Reagan you knew what you were getting and exactly what he would do. He meant what he said… Read more »

War Pig
War Pig
1 year ago

I agree. The problem is, how do we have a purge that would not leave us worse off than we are now? The French revolted and they got Robespierre and the Reign of Terror. The Russians got Trotsky and then Stalin. The Chinese got Mao. The Iranians got the Ayatollah Khomeini and harsh clerical rule. The US Civil War brought more casualties than any other war we’ve ever fought and reconstruction was long, hard and brutal. About the only revolution which did not leave things worse, at least for a while, was the American Revolution. It would be nice but… Read more »

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