I’m still a Rick guy but I have to admit, I’ve seen the writing on the wall regarding his campaign. It’s only a matter of time. He had a good, strong campaign but allowed himself to be drawn into rabbit holes that took him off message. Newt and Mitt never allowed this to happen, staying focused and on message.
When the economy is good Americans vote morals. When the economy is bad Americans vote the economy. The latter is what this election will be about. We here on FR have a tendency to wax poetic about liberty and freedom, yet most Americans right now are just concerned about having a job, making a living and (hopefully) planning for the future. Newt and Mitt haven’t wavered from that message.
Newt and Mitt are both establishment insiders, don’t expect big changes from either of them.
Especially liberal Mitt, if you think he is going to be conservative, you are insane
Kharis13, thank you for noticing the rabbit holes, but Rick wasn’t actually “drawn...off message”. Rick dove, with no provocation, headfirst into deep water and lead with his lip quite all on his own.
Newt has had the issues and the resolutions since the opening gate, IMHO. I am all for Newt trying to take the chaos to convention.
Romney was forced upon us. Rick is upon us because he was hanging around as the only alternative to Uncle Nutty after Romney took out Newt, with cold hard cash in Florida.
That was the same as a cash injection to the Rickster campaign, in an open field where Newt was not running.
And Rick knows this.
I am not singling you out Kharis but people will never get it.
There are so many who believe the lie of don’t mix politics and religion. The truth is, when American morals are good, the economy is good.
We’ve got this Herod for a President and the only person the
Republican establishment wants as the opposing candidate is another Obama!!