Friday, January 30, 2015

Is this a good thing or a bad thing?

Romney has bowed out of the 2016 presidential run, but I can’t decide whether this helps or hurts conservatives. On the one hand, it’s tempting to say, “Yay! One less RINO!”, but on the other, if Romney had stayed in he might have helped split the RINO vote in the primaries at least three ways; now we’re just talking Bush and Christie (I consider the Lindsey Graham noise to be nothing but the whickering of a unicorn). What does the comment academy think?


Dad29 said...

Graham may pull S. Carolina.

Walker--for all the ballyhoo--is not a hard-core Conservative.

Frankly, I don't think Jeb is going to prevail. He'll have the money, but he's just another Bush. (But then I said that about GWB when he was just Gov/Tex.)

So, given the incendiary Cruz, the less-and-less luminous Rubio, and the Mouth of Trenton, it'll be Walker.

rinardman said...

One less target for the Democrat media smear mongers.

That leaves Dumb & Dumber (Christie/Bush) as the next targets to open fire on.

Then they'll shoot down Rick Perry.

When the smoke clears, someone resembling a real conservative will present such a stark contrast to Billary, that they'll be the next POTUS, and will pull this country back from the edge of the abyss.

Well, a guy can dream, right?

Jonah said...

My opinion is that Romney is not an America hating muslim and thus is a good man and would be a good president. As far as splitting primary votes 3 ways holy crap do people really think this way?

Isophorone said...

My top choices are Jindal and Walker.

RebeccaH said...

All I know is, we can't let either Billary or Fauxcahontas become president or this country truly is down the toilet.