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Thursday, October 4, 2012

The GROUCH Hereby Endorses Mitt Romney

If you read this blog, you know that I have been no fan of Mitt Romney. It was nothing personal with Romney I guess. I still don't believe he's a conservative. I won't cover that ground again. After the election of 2008, I was really turned off with RINO's (Republicans in name only) and I was ashamed of the way in which McCain refused to fight. He was more worried about "civility" and I suppose feared being called a racist. I don't care about being civil when it comes to politics and I could care less if someone calls me a racist. Indeed being called a racist is a badge of honor. It means you've won the argument. Liberals are stupid and destructive. We don't need to compromise with them. We need to beat them.

I have discovered that Romney is not like John McCain. He is much more capable and intelligent than McCain could ever hope to be. Romney's debate performance last night was impressive. He had all of his facts together, his ducks in a row, and his guns loaded, and he demolished Obama brutally and ruthlessly, and kept smiling the whole time. McCain would never have done such a thing.

Romney said a lot of good stuff. Coal stocks went up based on just a few positive words from this guy. Romney understands what it takes to start and nurture private sector business, and that is exactly what we need, lots of good paying, private sector jobs. The alternative is a radical socialist that has never held a real job in his life. What we saw last night was a debate between a man who is obviously qualified and capable of being president versus a bozo that couldn't find his butt with both hands.

Do I trust Romney? Well, not much, but I can't say that I trust any politician very much. If he is elected, I will be his staunchest critic. Good grief, Obama is so bad and getting worse. He's got to go or we're doomed. I never thought I say this, but I'm going to send Mitt some money and pull the switch for him in November. He has convinced me that he deserves my vote. I might even smile a little while I'm doing it. I want to see that illegitimate, unqualified, empty suit of a scumbag communist bastard on his way to the dustbin of history.

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