Mitt Romney Wants The Presidency Too Much

Mitt Romney has been running for President for the past five years. I have previously written about his telling people what they want to hear, not what he believes.

He has taken his quest to a new low. We all agree that the most important part of the primaries is to get a candidate to defeat Barack Obama in the next election. Whoever the candidate is, will get attacked by the Obama supporting Press. Romney, in his blind quest for the nomination, has even surpassed Michele Bachmann’s attack on Perry. Remember she implied he took money from a campaign contributing drug company and in exchange forced girls in his state to get vaccinations to prevent Cervical cancer. Later Perry countered with the fact the contribution was $5,000 in a 437 million campaign.

Romney has provided the Press with a list of questions that need to be asked Perry. When a candidate decides to help the left leaning press attack a fellow Republican, he wants the job too much and cannot be trusted.

I never thought I would say this, but if Romney gets the nomination, I might sit the presidential vote and concentrate on electing Republicans to Congress in order to control Obama.

Romney wants the nomination too much to be trusted!!

2012 is coming!!!

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About billmoore353

Retired LTC- USAR Former HS Principal- John A. Holmes HS in Edenton, NC Former HS Principal- Roosevelt HS in Yonkers, NY
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One Response to Mitt Romney Wants The Presidency Too Much

  1. Jeremy D Adams says:

    Just to play devil’s advocate on the tag line alone, I think that people who don’t want to be president, probably shouldn’t be. I know the whole “humility” thing is good. But if you don’t want to be president, you probably wouldn’t care if you did a good job or not. However, just wanting to be president alone is no virtue either.

    So in the end, I agree with you about Romney, but the tag lines seems to be a little iffy on hard ideological lines.

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