My Book: Fifty Shades of Romney
Let’s talk about “Fifty Shades of Romney,” because over the past few days, as it has climbed the Amazon charts, I have gotten an increasing number of messages that have shown me that you just aren’t reading it. If you’d like to grab a copy, you can click here.
First of all, let me restate that I am a Republican… and a proud one at that… but why should I, as an American and a voter, accept anything else but the best? As I looked at Mitt Romney’s record and the records of all the other Republican candidates, I became disheartened to know that ‘this was it.’
There were so many other good Republicans who could have run for President…Posts and won. So I was shocked when an extreme flip-flopper (to the point you would think he is lying) and the architect behind Obamacare (when it was called Romneycare) was chosen to run against the WORST PRESIDENT OF OUR LIFETIMES.
It blows my mind that as a party, there wasn’t more backlash against this decision. It’s almost as if the GOP wants to throw the election, like a badminton game in the Olympics…
Think about it. Obama is a terrible and weak President. The people of this country are clearly in a worse position than where they were four years ago. This should be a quick stomp for the Republican Party… but it’s not… because of who they chose to run against the man.
If you’re willing to settle for voting for a man just because he isn’t the President, then so be it… but you become part of the very machine that a lot of you are afraid of.
If you chose to think freely and realize that we can do better, then you’re being smarter than they think you are.
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