No sooner do we lose one RINO in the Senate than damned if we don’t gain another.  And so it would seem that the harder we try, the behinder we seem to get. And now for the next six years we will now have to deal with conservative turncoat, failed presidential candidate and now U.S. Senator, Mitt Romney.  As you may have heard Romney recently took to the op-ed page of the Washington Post, not to tell us how he intends to work with the president to the benefit of the American people, but to do nothing more than to slam President Trump.  His little rant was entitled: “The president shapes the public character of the nation. Trump’s character falls short.”

The hypocritical Mr. Romney began his pathetic screed saying, “The Trump presidency made a deep descent in December.”  He acknowledged his opposition to Trump in the 2016 presidential election, actually claiming that he had early hope for Trump’s presidency, then lamented that “on balance, his conduct over the past two years, particularly his actions this month, is evidence that the president has not risen to the mantle of the office.”  I did think it odd that we would have a man who possesses so very little character himself actually seeing it as appropriate to criticize that of another.   But then knowing the man as we all do, we shouldn’t be surprised.

Romney did acknowledge the fact that President Trump had enacted “policies mainstream Republicans have promoted for years.” He praised aligning “U.S. corporate taxes with those of global competitors,” deregulation, cracking down on China’s “unfair” trade practices, criminal justice reform, and appointments of conservative judges.  But it was in pretty short order that he then went on to assail Trump’s character: “With the nation so divided, resentful and angry, presidential leadership in qualities of character is indispensable. And it is in this province where the incumbent’s shortfall has been most glaring.”

And it was in moving on to American economic and military leadership in the world, and apparently citing supposed polling data, that Romney said, “Trump’s words and actions have caused dismay around the world.” And it was also according to Romney that, “To reassume our leadership in world politics, we must repair failings in our politics at home.”  And he went on to say, “That project begins, of course, with the highest office once again acting to inspire and unite us. It includes political parties promoting policies that strengthen us rather than promote tribalism by exploiting fear and resentment.”  I’m ashamed to admit that I ever voted for this scumbag.

Romney called for “setting a course to a balanced budget” and linking arms with other nations. He suggested, as the U.K. moves to leave the European Union, “We want a unified and strong Europe, not a disintegrating union. We want stable relationships with the nations of Asia that strengthen our mutual security and prosperity.”  The failed 2012 Republican presidential nominee relentlessly lambasted Trump during the 2016 presidential election. Yet when the 2018 midterm elections came and Romney made his way to Utah to run for the U.S. Senate, President Trump chose to endorse him and Romney chose to accept.  Why would he do that?

Also in his op-ed Romney stated he looked forward to working with fellow RINO Mitch McConnell, but warned that when it comes to the president, “I will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive, racist, sexist, anti-immigrant, dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions.”  He said, “I do not intend to comment on every tweet or fault. But I will speak out against significant statements or actions that are divisive, racist, sexist, anti-immigrant, dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions.”  In going to this extreme Romney, again, only served to further his reputation as being someone to whom very little respect is owed.

After all, in Romney we have someone who’s just another run-of-the-mill gutless wonder.  He chose to run in a safe Utah seat rather than in Massachusetts, where he had once been governor, and might actually have helped Republicans by taking on a Democrat presidential contender.  And as I mentioned earlier he’s a guy who sought, and then accepted, President Trump’s endorsement for Senate in 2018.  Romney has a rather long history of being little more than a backstabber, especially when it comes to President Trump.  I can’t help but wonder if it might be a case of envy more than anything else. Perhaps if he had been a bit like Trump in 2012 he might have won.

‘Romney the RINO’ is a dinosaur, and as such he’s not what we need.  He’s spineless and has an over-inflated sense of importance.  Add to that he’s a weakling who can be easily persuaded by money and power.  It has been on any number of occasions that he has revealed himself to be disloyal to those who choose to support him. And it is to this day that I believe he could have easily have won in 2012 but instead chose to simply roll over by refusing to challenge that fat cow of an inquisitor in the second debate who was so obviously in the tank for Barry. He very clearly had the upper hand up to that point, which is the main reason I’ve ALWAYS believed he threw the race.

Romney made his millions not through innovation, the building of great structures, or even by starting new companies.  Instead he made his fortune by outsourcing jobs and simply shutting down businesses that dared to disagree with his “business model”.  Romney never started an enterprise nor did he create jobs. President Trump’s accomplishments can be seen all over New York and around the world.  Romney destroyed communities by shutting down industries. Trump’s investments resulted in the rebirth of once blighted areas.  That said, Romney is precisely the type of ‘elitist globalist parasite’ that we already have far too many of serving in government.

Character is something that is measured in loyalty. And while Romney is completely devoid of that specific trait, President Trump has it in spades, perhaps even to a fault. America needs a hero, however flawed he may be. It’s far better than subjugation at the hands socialist thugs. RINOs like Romney either don’t understand, of refuse to recognize what we’re dealing with here.  Republicans who behave like Romney are exactly why Democrats continue to win elections. Many conservatives no longer trust the Republicans because, while they aren’t actively insane like the Democrats, they have earned their reputation for double-crossing their constituents.

Romney could have written about the goals he wished to accomplish in the Senate and his alignment with Trump’s national priorities. Unity over division in times of crisis, Romney is the Summer Soldier!  Romney will be little more than an obscure footnote in the history of this great country. He has no accomplishments and he is a carpet-bagging RINO.  I find bizarre how RINO’s continue to attack a member of their own party, yet, we hear nary a peep about those in the Democrat Party whose goal remains the destruction of this country’s, our way of life, the elimination of our freedoms, and their embrace of socialist policies that have never EVER worked.

Those interested in documenting an accurate history of our country will not be fooled by the hateful noise from a dishonest press that ignores the great many successes of President Trump, including the best economy in most of our lifetimes, or that tries to parlay normal events, such as the removing of a small amount of troops in a measured way or rewriting trade deals, as though they are the end of the world. Every day the propaganda arm of ‘The Swamp’ continues to generate that which is little more than ‘fake news’ by way of manufactured ‘crisis’, and trying to make it stick, until the next day when the next new manufactured crisis is presented as news.

Trump will absolutely be measured by his policy successes or failures, although historians will chuckle at and vividly recount his bold colors, just as they do the same for very other colorful president for whom they have no personal bias for or against.  Not only does Trump have to overcome a corrupt Democrat Party and a ‘fake news’ media, he must also contend with those in the Republican Party who have long called ‘The Swamp’ home. You would think that there would be an overwhelming number of those in the Republican Party standing firmly behind the president as he continues to actually make good on many of the promises that got him elected in the first place.

President Trump is working on behalf of the American people, something that very few politicians rarely do.  Most politicians are little more appeasing bundlers, working to get reelected, subservient to a globalist agenda, preening for the history books, looking to be serviced under their desk or prepping for their next job. President Trump is the first president since Ronald Reagan that has focused on delivering on his campaign promises. Which by the way, is a conservative agenda.  Now I know that he has yet to deliver on ‘The Wall’ but I would argue that that has less to do with the president than with those of his own party.  You know, those just like Romney.


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Well it’s official, another fossil in Congress is finally calling it quits.  This time it’s Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch who announced in a video message on Tuesday that he will finally retire at the end of his current term — after serving four decades in the U.S. Senate.  First of all just let me say that there is no reason on God’s green Earth why anyone should be permitted to remain in Congress for 40 years, or should not be gone long before they reach the ripe old age of 83 years old.

Anyway, Hatch announced that there comes a time for each good fighter to hang up the gloves. “For me, that time is soon approaching.”  He went on to say, “After much prayer and discussion with family and friends, I’ve decided to retire at the end of this term.”  He said he will miss serving in the Senate but looks forward to time with family, especially his wife Elaine.  Hatch added, “I may be leaving the Senate, but the next chapter in my public service is just beginning.”

And who is it that’s said to be at least considering a run for Hatch’s seat, well none other than ex-Massachusetts governor, and failed 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.  I find it pretty rather hard to believe that in the entire state of Utah no one can be found who would better suited to represent the people of Utah than Mitt Romney.  So Utah now needs to import this loser from Massachusetts or what, exactly, a Democrat will win the seat?

As far as I’m concerned a vote for Romney is little more than a vote for those of the ‘resistance’.  In case you forgot this is the guy who gave us Barry ‘O’ for another four years.  He folded like a cheap suit in the debates after having Barry on the ropes in the first round, without even trying.  And then in the next round instead of coming out swinging he simply took a dive.  And to be honest, to this day that I don’t think that he really even wanted to win, he just wanted to run.

And let’s face it, what is it that Romney has ever actually accomplished other than to run for public office. He just keeps running for office while always being on the prowl for some cushy political appointment.  And Honestly, do we really want, or need, another John McCain who’s only purpose in life seems to be to take advantage of every opportunity that might present itself, no matter how trivial, to thwart President Trump ?  We need a MAGA advocate, not another RINO wannabe.

And as long as we’re being honest here, I think it’s pretty easy to see that Romney is little more than a self-serving, arrogant, elitist.  His desire to serve the public interest is as phony as a three dollar bill.  He serves only himself and his own rather sizable ego.  He opposes those of us who proudly wear the moniker of ‘Deplorable’ because we’re simply not sophisticated enough to understand the nuances involved when it comes to being part of the global community.

So at the end of the day, what we may very well end up with here is having a guy who was born in Michigan, was the governor of a very liberal state, and who doesn’t actually live in Utah becoming the next Senator from Utah.  How nutty is that?  I mean, what the heck is the difference between Romney and that well-known New York carpet-bagging liberal named Hitlery?  Not much apparently, as they have far more things in common than there are differences between them.


<> on September 21, 2009 in Washington, DC.

Mitt Romney, the loser we put up against Barry in 2012 only to have him wilt under the pressure, is not exactly ruling out the possibility of him being willing to offer himself up as an alternative to Donald Trump later this year should we encounter a brokered convention.  It was during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the Mitt-ster said, “I don’t think anyone in our party should say, ‘Oh no, even if the people of the party wanted me to be president, I would say no to it.’ No one is going to say that.”

However, there has been much speculation, of late, that Mr. Romney might be trying to set himself up for a surprise nomination ever since last week when he unleashed what was a rather brutal denouncement of front-runner Donald Trump, going so far as to urge voters to support anyone but the billionaire real estate mogul in upcoming primaries all in an effort to force a contested convention this summer in Cleveland, Ohio.  But might Romney be doing little more than to try to grease the skids for another run of his own?

And for those of you who might have missed it, Romney lambasted Mr. Trump as “a fraud, a phony” in a speech last Thursday.  And then on the Sunday talk show, Mr. Romney said he isn’t running and plans to endorse one of Mr. Trump’s three rivals — either Ted Cruz, John Kasich or Marco Rubio.  Romney went on to say, also on ‘Meet the Press’, that he believes his Thursday speech against Donald Trump hurt the 2016 front-runner after he split Saturday’s contests with Ted Cruz.  However, I think that’s pure speculation.

And Romney was pretty quick to take credit regarding the fact that Trump was only able to pick up two of the four state contests that were held this past weekend.  And it was again on “Meet the Press” that he said, “I think I had a big impact.”  And he went on to say, “I think a lot of people were surprised by how well Ted Cruz did. He got more delegates than Donald Trump last night. He was ebullient and enthusiastic, and Donald Trump was uncharacteristically low-energy last night. I think he was really surprised.”  Well, we see things as we choose to, I guess.

Trump won Kentucky and Louisiana, but came in second to Cruz in Kansas and Maine.  Trump had been endorsed by Maine’s governor and had been expected to win that state.  Cruz appears to be “emerging right now,” Romney said, but added he wouldn’t write off Rubio or Kasich just yet.  He said, “Marco Rubio is very strong in Florida. More recent polls have him within a few points of Donald Trump.”   And added, “And John Kasich [is] leading in Ohio. So they may be favorite-son candidates or they may emerge down the road being a very strong candidate on their own.”

Romney indicated he might endorse someone after the March 15 primaries, but said he would be satisfied with anyone in the field other than Trump, who he says is “not at all the real deal” when it comes to conservatism.  So I can only guess that Romney considered himself, when do many others didn’t, as being “the real deal” back on 2012?  The fact is that many of us who voted ‘FOR’ Romney were doing little more than to vote “AGAINST” Barry.  So for Romney to make such an idiotic accusation is nothing short of ludicrous.

“I can tell you this: I’m not a candidate. I’m not going to be a candidate. I am going to be endorsing one of the people who is running for president,” he said. “One of the four is going to be the Republican Party nominee. Three of the four are people I would endorse. But I’m not running and I’m not going to be running.”  Now if that’s true, then what’s the point of any of this?  And then he said that If Trump is the nominee, he will probably write in the name of a conservative on the November general election ballot.  Old Mitt, a real team player.

And in another interview that also aired this past Sunday, on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Romney said he would have spoken out sooner but didn’t expect Trump to do so well.  He said, “But he has tapped into an anger which is very much understood.”  Romney went on to say, “What he’s done with that anger, however, is not to build it and to resolve and high purpose, but instead to take it down a very dark alley.”  What’s really pissing me off here is that Romney has to know that he’s playing right into the hands of our leftist state-controlled media.

So what’s Mitt really up to here?  Is he simply trying to sabotage Trump, and if so what’s the real reason for it?  Is it so he can somehow be seen as some kind of knight riding in on a white horse in an effort to save us all from ourselves?  If so, I thought Barry had a big ego!  And that old Mitt actually thinks he would have a snowballs chance in Hell that we would ever pick as our nominee is completely insane. Personally, I’m thinking that Romney is simply jealous when it comes to the level of success that Trump continues to have.