Fair Warning and Full Disclosure
by Scott Rohter, October 2012
Some Las Vegas odds makers are already calling the election in November for Obama. They are paying pretty good rewards if you put your money down on Mitt Romney to win the race to the White House. Some political pollsters and national pundits on the East Coast are also predicting an Obama victory in 2012, and a second term for America’s first African American President. They are already trying to figure out what a second term under Barack Obama would actually be like. I sure hope they are wrong. Barack Obama is every bit as much our first Marxist President as he is the first Black President to ever occupy the White House.
If Mitt Romney fails to beat Obama in November it will almost certainly mean the end of many disappointing years of moderates in control of the Republican Party. If the Republican Establishment can’t win this time around with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, then their stranglehold over the Republican Party will finally be broken. That would be about the only good thing I can think of that could possibly come out of a Romney loss in November. He would be the last in a long line of rather unimpressive Republican vehicles to roll off of the Establishment assembly lines and onto the Convention Center showroom floors.
Another loss this year after the humiliating loss that we suffered in 2008 with the very unpopular “John McCain model” will be universally viewed as the last in a long line of disappointing failures for the Republican Party, and the last in a long line of failures for the Old Guard Republican Establishment and their old Party Establishment ways. It will be enough to force a drastic change within the Republican Party.
So listen up all of you old guard Republican Establishment types! This is fair warning. In the interest of full disclosure, if Mitt Romney doesn’t win this election in November following all of the dirty tricks that you played to win the Primary, and after John McCain’s very poor showing in the last Presidential Election, it will almost surely mean a big shift to the right inside the Republican Party and a change to a much more conservative Republican Party in the future.
And if the old guard Republican Establishment tries to resist this move because of the Rules Changes that were passed at the Convention in Tampa, then it will only propel the Tea Party and the conservative base of the Republican Party forward to break away from this old if not so grand anymore Party, to launch our own Party immediately after the 2012 Electoral College vote is certified. This will surely mean the end of the old Republican Party either way! It’s your call. For your own sakes this election better not be a repeat performance of 2008. I have only one word left to say to you. WIN!
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