Republicans looking to 2016 … Romney defeats Romney…wooofff…wooofff….

 

                   Due to President Obama’s uneven first term record…and the state of the economy…it seemed the thought of Obama as a one term president wasn’t an unlikely proposition. . How quickly things change. The mass media is of course trying to keep the horse race going….this  a cash cow that keeps on giving to our corporations…sort of a back door  tax break..with the billionaires kicking back their under taxed bullion ..spreading the love around. The reality of the situation is that Romney’s tax problems will sink his campaign..and there’s nothing that will reverse that situation..the trend is strong and steady…the majority of Americans really don’t like the this man. Cruelty to people, cruelty to dogs…tax cuts for the super rich…why would we want this flip-flopping severley confused person for our president?

The selection of Paul Ryan clearly means the Koch brothers understand the reality of Romney and 2012, and are clearly looking to 2016 and exerting their full control. Romney’s tax returns will not be released….AND YES , it’s a really big deal. There’s so much this man is hiding from the American people. How could we have the confidence this secretive man is being straight with the American people? That’s water over the bridge at this point for the Koch brothers, they just want to keep a filibuster proof senate and a Republican led house, two likely possibilities. Congress may stay deadlocked, and the Republicans may relish to see a few more years of strife…2016 will be here sooner than you think.

 If Obama fails in his second term, Paul Ryan will be waiting to run at the top of the ticket with a Rubio, against a unnerving Biden?..or an aging Hillary Clinton. The Republican leadership will bide their time, as Romney slinks away in the sunset, and the POTUS starts a challenging second term





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