It looks like the Republican party is becoming just a centrist wing of the Democrat party. Mitt Romney, the transparent flip flopper who attacked McCain all through the GOP nomination race, has flipped again. Now he’s endorsing “maverick” RINO John “insane” McCain and ordering his delegates (all 280 of them) to fall in line behind (or under) the “Straight Talk Express.” That’s funny, wasn’t Mittens calling McCain a liberal up until this point? Perhaps this just proves that Mitt is liberal too, as he embraces what he once attacked. What’s also telling is that on the day of the endorsement, stocks plunged. What does that tell you?
Worse, there is serious speculation that this means that Mittens might be a shoe in for the Veep choice. And I wouldn’t be surprised to see Rudy Giuliani get a cabinet position in a McLame Administration. That brings all three parts of the “Rudy McRomney” triumvirate together. And that spells disaster for conservatism, the Republican party and America in both the short and long term.
So the two RINOs are burying the hatchet on Valentine’s Day and expressing their manly fondness for one another. Considering that Governor Romney presided over the destruction of marriage, supporting the “right” of homosexuals to get married in Taxachussets, and had promised to be more supportive of the gay agenda than Ted Kennedy (when he ran against Teddy for the Senate), there may well be wedding bells in the near future. John’s dropped an inconvenient wife before, and for Romney, there’s probably nothing fundamentally wrong with polygamy.
Who’s going to wear the dress though? It would be easy to guess if one half of the happy couple was Rudy. Wouldn’t that just turn your stomach?
So what does this mean for the general election? Romney would do little to help McCain in the southern states, which Republican candidates desperately need to win the White House. Perhaps an embarrassing loss to Clinbama will discredit the two RINOs and keep them from attempting future Presidential runs. That would at least ensure that the next nominee is a real conservative, and not someone who is more than happy to stab Republicans in the back.
It’s time for prayers and reflection, folks. Could you vote for a
Rudy RINO McRomney ticket? Could you live with yourself after casting such a vile and disheartening vote against all that you hold dear?