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print email Source: Editorial: SOME SILLY QUESTIONS FROM THE REPUBLICAN PARTY UNDERGROUND
"Good man, great president." Really?
November 15, 2012 | 07:38 AM

Here's why Romney thinks he lost, as of Wednesday Nov. 14: because Democrats promised "gifts" to minority groups.

These gifts include healthcare, fair treatment of immigrants and students, and respect for women's rights. As opposed to Romney's promised "gift" to the wealthy of a 20% tax cut.

No wonder he cleaned up with the rich, white, old guy vote (Jerry, are you listening?)

Romney is so out of touch with America and who he is that you have to thank the American people for seeing through this shallow, divisive, unprincipled man. Unless you count "corporations are people" as a principle.

Here's what Louisiana governor Jindal, a Republican, thinks of Romney's "gifts" excuse for losing:

"I think that's absolutely wrong," Jindal said. "We have got to stop dividing the American voters. We need to go after 100 percent of the votes, not 53 percent."

In other words, Romney continues to double down on his "47%" comments, dividing America by trying (ineffectively) to wage class warfare.

So much for the good man and great president...

Tom Farre

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