HomeElection 2012Was Mitt Right? ©2015 Black & Right November 20, 2012 Election 2012, Politics 5 Comments What the president’s campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote, and that strategy worked. — Mitt Romney, November 15, 2012 Yes No View Results Loading ... Amberson I rest our case – http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-s-constituency-groups-checklist-offers-no-options-whites-or-men Chris Never forget what Forrest’s mama always said… n.n Life is sweeter with a box of chocolates purchased with another man’s labor? The short answer is yes. Hostess Mediation Fails, Liquidation To Proceed; Furious Laid Off Workers Now Turn On Labor Union This is called poetic justice. The unions, private and especially public, supported inflationary policies, through their numbers and capital, for which they then demanded compensation to the consequences. Protests Backed by Union Get Wal-Mart’s Attention The unions are burying themselves with each new action. Walmart should host a job fair to replace the union workers. At last count, there are over 8% of Americans who are unemployed. Many of them are low-skilled and low-knowledge, and would be happy to have a job with low-energy requirements. In fact, that’s exactly what happened when illegal aliens were arrested in Arizona. Americans, young and old alike, found employment to meet their needs and qualifications. We need to address the causes of progressive corruption. http://iliocentrism.blogspot.com/ Ilion It’s true — both Romney’s complaint and Tallyman’s response are true — as *everyone* knows. At the same time, don’t forget the election fraud. Tallyman Romney’s strategy and message failed. Romney stood for compromise. Romney stood for Romneycare. Romney stood against the Tea Party. Romney supported Barack’s foreign policies. Obama won earlier on hope and change and Romney lost because there is no hope in compromise, only less despair. Almost half the electorate didn’t vote, because they thought the system rigged, their vote meaningless and the politicians posturing. The people wanted real hope and real change to throw the corruption, venality and life tenures out, but Romney was just a nice guy who would work within the system. Tweedledee instead of Tweedledum for many. So now Barack owns the fiscal insanity. Perhaps, a blessing for Republicans.