Thursday, September 13, 2012
Watching the Republican Party is like watching a horror film
You know what I mean, when you have one of those "don't go in that room" moments. Even though, as an observer you know death is waiting behind that door, nothing you can say or do is going to stop the victim. He or she is going to open that door and step into that room. The Republican Party isn't going into any room but they are still going to be a victim because they keep moving farther and farther to the right. After Romney's latest blunder the only ones cheering him on are those about as far right as your can go. He evidently doesn't understand the votes are not where he's going, no, they're somewhere closer to the middle and it seems he has no problem turning his back on them. You can see it in his face, cluelessness. This is not at all like running a company. He's getting push back from all directions and he doesn't know how to handle it. Romney is used to sitting in a room with maybe 4 or five other people and making a decision and having carried out. Those decisions were never examined by both the media and the public. There was a time when he could chose to outsource jobs overseas and only those immediately effected would care. Now everything he says and does is being scrutinized and making National news, and he isn't even president. You want to say to him "don't go in that room," but he's going to because he's a schmuck. He wants to be the first Mormon president so he's going to open that door. To make matters worse, the crazies on the far right of the Republican Party are all standing behind him whispering "go in the room, go in the room."