Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Mitt Romney's new battlecry - "Down with Medicare"

Lessons from Mitt Romney's three primary wins last night: fewer and fewer voters in a smaller and smaller percent of the Republican base don't want Mitt Romney as their candidate. More and more voters of that same smaller and smaller number of the Republican base don't want Rick Santorum, or Newt Gingrich, or Ron Paul as their anything, too. As the crowd shouted "Down with Medicare," "War with Iran," and "Corporations are People, too," Mr. Romney spoke, "A shrinking number of Republican voters don't want me far less than they don't want those other guys. And they keep not wanting me less and less." Mr. Romney again told the funny Michigan story about a high school marching band playing the Wisconsin Fight Song after his dad closed an auto factory in Michigan years ago and moved it to Wisconsin. "He's not that stiff," his wife said in an interview on a Christian radio station. "You just need to unzip him so everyone can see."


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