Thursday, November 22, 2012

Former Romney Campaign Advisor Dan Senor exposes the hypocrisy of the high profile Romney bashers (Full Interview 11-21-12)

Dan Senor discusses why he felt Romney loss along with other issues.

Without naming names and at the same time, not leaving much to the imagination, Senor exposes former Romney supporters (now Romney bashers) as the hypocritical assholes that they are.

Lets see Who could they be....somebody looking for work over the next 4-8 years perhaps?....Bobby Jindal?.....Newt Gingrich?.....Rick Santorum?..........any guesses??????

  If you want to cut to the chase...fast forward to around the 4:00 minute mark:
 

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Scott Walker & Chris Christie bashed Romney as well. Although Christie later backed off.

Anonymous said...

I am so sad by this. All this turning on Mitt has totally turned me off to politics and has changed my opinion of many of those in office. Everyone was singing Mitt's praises right up until the election b/c he was gaining momentum and we were sure he was going to win. Not they all stab him in the back. Mitt was the most conservative, yet respectful guy I've seen run for office since Reagan. and even Reagan wasn't perfect...heck he used to be a democrat before he changed parties. I'm just so frustrated by the way the GOP is reaacting.

Right Wingnut said...

.....Mitt was the most conservative, yet respectful guy I've seen run for office since Reagan. and even Reagan wasn't perfect...heck he used to be a democrat before he changed parties. I'm just so frustrated by the way the GOP is reaacting

Looks like someone spiked the Kool-Aid again! ;)

leighrow said...

Anonymous 12:25 I agree with you completely. I have lost much respect for all of these weasels and I hope none of them become the GOP nominee. I agreed with Jack Welch that Mitt was one of the most capable leaders that we will see in our lifetime. After sitting back and analyzing the election , I really can't see how any GOP nominee could have won the election. The Democrats own the airwaves and social media. All of Hollywood,TV shows,late night comedians,entertainers and MSM was promoting Obama and ripping on Romey with WH talking points.

Since most voters are low information voters and are not intellectually curious...they went for the cool guy that was going to give them things.
With the DNC.'s elaborate data mining software which allows them to target their key constituents,I can't see how the GOP will ever win a race.

JRTerrier5 said...

Love Dan Senor. Smart & loyal. Sorry that I have to listen to Scarborough in order to listen to him.

Anonymous said...

Righwingnut...Glenn Beck who used to be pretty tough on Romney eventually got to know more about him and found out he was pretty conservative in his policies--and all this crap about him being a so-called liberal hurt him I think b/c some of those selfish, stubborn "conservatives" stayed home to pout that "their guy didn't win." how selfish. we are now stuck with Obamacare for good, we are now in complete destruction mode in the country--stuck with a president who hates America, who hates success, who hates business, who hates individualism and attacks freedom of religion, economic freedom, personal freedom--someone who throws Israel under the bus and wants to give the UN more power. what true conservative wanted Obama to win? are you freaking kidding me? you are NOT a conservative if you didn't care who won this election. give me a break.

Right Wingnut said...

All right.....Which one of you started the Mitt Romney 2016 Facebook Page?

C'mon....fess up!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mitt-Romney-2016/139017309536812

Right Wingnut said...

Anon,

No, he did not say he was conservative in his policies. In fact, he said he disagreed with him on a lot of issues. He said he found out Romney is a good man. That may be true, but where did it get us?

Joel2012 said...

I really enjoyed listening to someone who actually has a little common sense and is not trying to position himself at the expense of someone else. I guess those who have an opposing view have never heard the old saying what comes around goes around, right? I believe they will all regret their statements down the road. All the individuals who have had their brief moments of fame bashing our candidate have only exposed themselves for what they really are, hypocrites. The same goes for those who are following their lead here playing their silly games, etc. I respect him for running despite the overwhelming odds and as stated in the interview, he was a class act all the way. Romney could easily continue being a force in the party for years, his fundraising ability is formidable. But why should he waste his time friends like these. I wouldn't waste my time, I would do other things that are more important and merit my time and my efforts. If I were him I would return to the private sector and make a real difference.

Oxblood Angel said...

"leighrow said...
Anonymous 12:25 I agree with you completely. I have lost much respect for all of these weasels and I hope none of them become the GOP nominee. I agreed with Jack Welch that Mitt was one of the most capable leaders that we will see in our lifetime."

That Jack Welch is one smart guy. As far as capability, Romney was George Washington. We didn't need a general this time, though. We needed a C.E.O. And we almost got him.

Thanks for posting, Bos!

RWN, I'm an admin on that page! Proud to be one of the first members. Kind of a funny paradox to consider: Romney was the "establishment candidate" who was rejected by the establishment, high-profile conservatives throughout the entire 2012 primary. Even talk radio who sang his praises in 2008 turned on him because of one thing: Barack Obama successfully hijacked a conservative idea in MassCare and told everybody Obamacare was Romney's idea. Only the weak-minded or intellectually incurious believed it. Sad for us, many people are either weak-minded and/or intellectually incurious.

When such a transparent stunt is pulled by a very unpopular (in conservative circles) president, why did our leaders in media and the party go along with it? Important question. It says a lot about who we're allowing to lead us...

...as does the knee-jerk Romney-bash reaction we're seeing from them now.

Nina said...

If I thought for one second Mitt Romney would run again, he, and only he, would have my vote.

Anonymous said...

rightwingnut--Glenn didn't agree with all his policies, but many of them he did. Glenn admitted he was wrong about Romney on some things. He said the other night on O'Reilly that he's never seen such a stark contrast between two candidates. so is Mitt perfect, well no! misunderstood, absolutely. In my humble opinion, I think he would have made an outstanding president.