September 24, 2012
Let Ryan be Ryan
The NY Times suggests that some of the ultra-right conservatives believe that Romney is not allowing "Ryan to be Ryan." No kidding! The reason is pretty obvious. Romney still wants to win. Ryan would rather lose this race to position himself for 2016.
It seems that none of the Republicans Romney defeated for the GOP Nomination are supporting Romney. He is not an easy guy to like, but in the past the runners-up would at least praise the nominee. Not this year; not this Romney.
October 3 is coming fast. Romney says he must win the debates. I have bad news for Mitt: Seldom does any front-runner lose a debate with soft-balls coming at them from corporate media.
I think we should have 10 debates without interference from a panel.
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I wonder if Mitt the Twit already seems himself as POTUS and nothing else matters. He's on a divine mission. Go, ask Joseph Smith.
-Pietr Haikuu | Hurley, Wis | September 24, 2012
We might add that the debates include ALL candidates and not just the Democrat and Republican't subsets of the single corporate party running the show.
-Franz Fripplfrappl | Madison | September 24, 2012
A caller to WPR this morning's political hour asked Ken Rouden why Romney picked Ryan.
My opinion is he picked Ryan to placate the TeaParty Loonies.
Two days after Ann Coulter suggested the TeaParty just not vote in November unless Romney showed that he really was conservative, he choose Ryan.
-Rocky | Little Chicago, WI | September 24, 2012
The Tea Party not voting come November? What a terrible idea!
-Peter Felknor | Deerfield, WI | September 25, 2012