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ElectionOracle / US Presidential Election 2012 Mar 09, 2012 - 05:19 AM

By: LewRockwell

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Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAllan Stevo writes: Conservative Americans DO NOT WANT Mitt Romney. Thatís pretty darn obvious. He spends a fortune trying to convince voters, gets a generous amount of media time to express his message, and still canít seem to inspire the Republican base, even when heís running against the likes of crooked party hacks Santorum and Gingrich, or against that other guy Ė the Congressman from Texas who seldom gets mentioned in the media. Against opponents like that, the out-of-touch punditry have long expected that Super Tuesday 2012 would be the coronation of Mitt Romney.

As you read this, Mitt Romney might be sitting somewhere looking over the Super Tuesday returns, saying to himself "Ron Paulís so into the Constitution that he might follow in this tradition of the adversarial vice president that the founding fatherís began." I doubt Ron Paulís thinking that, but Mitt Romney when listening to Ron Paul speak about Mises and Keynes in those pre-debate green room discussions probably says to himself repeatedly "Is it time to ask him yet?" Because Ron Paul is starting to look like Mitt Romneyís last hope Ė Romney either becomes VP to Paul, riding the septuagenarianís coattails for a term before running again himself, or Romney never again gets a chance to become the president.

Unelectable Mitt

The elections of 1976, 1980, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008 have shown that an uninspiring and merely tolerable candidate like Romney fares poorly in general elections, especially when paired against a candidate who knows how to inspire his base.
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