In the new environment of rampant voter fraud our electoral objectives become more circumscribed. Attempting to win elections in places like Pennsylvania and Arizona seems already to be too problematic to get excited about. But Utah might still work. So, with that in mind I have selected the primarying of Mittens Romney as the blood sport event of 2023/24.
And it should be a lot of fun. Romney has already put his best foot forward with the gay marriage bill that he surrendered to. It won’t be necessary to dig into ancient history to identify his sins against normalcy. They’re constantly appearing. Not knowing much about Utah’s politics, I can’t say for sure whether this will be a tough fight but the reward is so high that it’s impossible to forego the challenge. Surely some champion will step forward and flatten Mitt with a right cross to his glass jaw.
I have been forced to observe Mitt Romney for over twenty-eight years, ever since his failed senate campaign in Massachusetts back in 1994. In a state like Massachusetts an actual conservative hasn’t a snowball’s chance in hell of being elected to state wide office. Only a spineless creature like Mitt could possibly end up as a Massachusetts Republican governor. But Mitt managed it handily. And he dutifully absorbed the slaps and kicks that the legislature and press rewarded him with. And he never fought back. He was the perfect whipping boy.
And he has never failed to display his true qualities. He’s duplicitous, servile and based on his own words without any conservative convictions. The character from literature that he most reminds me of is Charles Dickens’ villain, Uriah Heep. He displays humility and obsequity but in reality, he has nothing but contempt for the voters of his own party that he claims to represent. And deceit is his standard operating procedure.
During the 1994 race Romney was quoted as saying he had no qualms about taking the pro-abortion position. This while claiming to be a devout member of the Church of Latter-Day Saints that to this day condemns the practice. It should be rather easy to push the religious fraction of the Utah electorate away from old Mitt just based on that. I’m sure all the recent immigrants from California in Salt Lake City will vote for Mitt, even if they have to temporarily re-register as Republicans to vote in the primary. But it seems to me that such a worthy undertaking as kicking Mitt to the curb should be embraced wholeheartedly by all Deplorables wherever they abide.
It’s apparent after the latest demonstration of the failure of Republicans to win at the ballot box that there is no such thing as a sure thing for conservatives in America. We are embedded in a country that is riddled with progressives and their useful idiots. But still, it’s important for us to try and enjoy ourselves when there is the possibility of harpooning anything as exciting as the Great White Whale, Moby Mitt. Booting him out of his senate seat in the primary is just too wonderful to omit. If any of you have personal knowledge of Utah politics and can share your insights, I’d be very grateful to hear them. Hell, I might even donate to the cause, it’s that exciting.
Now I’m sure Mitt Romney probably has some good points. His wife and children may like him, maybe. Maybe even that dog that he strapped to the roof of his car might have liked him, maybe. But we don’t have to like him. And we shouldn’t feel bad wanting to sending him packing. He’s a billionaire and a phony who pretends to be on our side. That’s reason enough to want him gone.