Move Over, Hammer. Mitt’s Too Legit To Quit.

Folks want Mitt Romney to run again? I appreciate that Romney’s no quitter, but too many republicans are about to make the same mistake. Hear more in this ZoNation!

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  • NRPax

    I respect Mitt. He is an American success story. But he shouldn’t run again, especially after how nice he started being once the first debate was over.

  • Patrick Jones

    I think Mitt lost because he didn’t seem to understand what conservatives stand for. If he did, he certainly didn’t articulate it.

  • Bryan Lyman

    Probably one of the biggest reasons he should not run again is because he said he wouldn’t run again. If he goes against his word, I will have no respect for him. I understand people say things they don’t really mean and can change their mind; but Mitt said it so forcefully that I understood it to be a promise. Don’t break your promises Mitt, or you are a lying politician like most politians are.

  • Bev

    Alfonzo…that is a brilliant analysis of the situation. What I’m afraid of is the republican establishment. When Romney ran last time, their strategy in every area was so bad that it appeared to be intentional. Look at the day Romney announced his running mate. The announcement, on national tv, was before a sea of white faces. There was not one minority face in the crowd. I thought then that those running the election were either the worst public relations “experts” ever or that they had been paid off. With the same people in charge, I wouldn’t be surprised to see them nominate Jeb Bush. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot. Anyway, you are spot on in this. Brilliant! Maybe someone will see and listen…..it could happen…..

  • 05Stang

    No Mitt, NO. Another big NO is Conservatives mercilessly slaughtering each other on the primary debate stage (thanks Mitt) so that by the time a “winner” emerges they are so beaten and bloodied that they end up too compromised and weakened to effectively face the democratic opponent.

    • bdaniel230

      MITT IS NOT NOW, NOR HAS HE EVER BEEN CONSERVATIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AT BEST MITT IS A MODERATE!

  • bondroid

    NO MORE MITT!! NO MORE BUSH’S!! NO MORE RINOS!!!!!

    • bdaniel230

      Ben Carson 2016! Let’s just focus on Ben Carson. Don’t even spend one iota of energy on saying no to Mitt, just say yes to BEN!

  • Sunshine Kid

    As long as Democrats are jumping ship on Obama, let’s work at converting them to true conservatives.

  • bdaniel230

    I say dump Rence Preibus and put Newt Gingrich in as head of the GOP. Newt can’t win another election but he can win a lot of elections as head of the RNC. We need Conservatism not Liberalism. Republicans In Name Only is not a good thing for America. Chris Christie is the prime example of RINO.

  • LibertyChick

    I did a side-by-side comparison of Mitt and Obama and couldn’t find much of a difference. The R’s keep thinking they have to be almost the same as the D’s to beat the D’s. Not gonna happen.

    I think if Ron Paul got the exposure the other candidates had he might very well be our president. As soon as I heard his positions I thought he was brilliant, and I think that happened for many people. On both sides. Challenge is if the ideas don’t get heard, we have idiot and idiot-light to choose from. The the vote goes to the minority (color, gender, etc.)

    I think Rand Paul is our best bet for 2016. Not only for being a true conservative, but for being the brightest and fastest thinker. We need someone who can out think his/her opponent, especially with the leftist machine that’s been built up. One person against the machine is pretty bad odds. That one person needs to be able to out think the opponent with the ear piece wired to the puppet machine. I don’t see anyone else that capable.

    • DavidScottMasiwchuk

      No thanks….We dont need establishment republicans like ether of the Pauls.

  • Harvey Melton

    hey ben carson paired with the right other half,would be hard to beat. people say he would be too nice and too passive but he has a really good message, and he sure didn’t start off rich,he worked hard to make it to where he is now. and family values? he got those nailed down.we know the opposing side is going to lie cheat and do whatever it is that they do best, which is nothing good for sure.carson needs to be paired with a bulldog type, such as rand paul or whoever, maybe cruz.

    • Imtoooldforthis

      I do think Ben Carson is nice and has no political experience whatsoever. Trey Gowdy is a different story and has been in the trenches. Why should the Republicans make the same mistake the dems did? Put a man in office who doesn’t know anything about the job. The Presidency isn’t a learn as you go career.

    • Harvey Melton

      i thought of trey gowdy but i have never heard anything about him having a desire to run for pres. have you? just going with the knowns.

    • Imtoooldforthis

      Unfortunately, I haven’t heard anything either. I think he really does like pursuing justice. We do need someone tough like him though. I’m afraid that making Ben Carson President would be like gutting a tuna and throwing it into a shark tank. Not a pretty picture.

  • NorCal Mike

    I am tired of wimpy Rinos running under the Republican party banner. Last go around we had a great choice and who did we get out of all the great candidates, Rino Romney. Another one in a line of wimpy rinos like Dole and McCain. If I did not know better I would think that some where there is a meeting place for the top Democrats and Republicans so they can work together on a master plan.

  • rsdcllc

    Mitt wanted to give every state a waiver for Obamacare, return us to the Reagan tax rates of the 1980’s with the highest rate at 28%. He was against amnesty, he was against abortion and gun control. And, still most of you here call him a Rino! You wouldn’t know a RINO if one bite you on the ass! You people need to start thinking and join the real world! Except for Reagan, Mitt was the best candidate to run for president in the last fifty years. There are worst things than a RINO. LBJ, Nixon, and Clinton were pieces of human excrement, Ford, Carter, Daddy Bush, George W. were all nice men but very poor presidents. Obama is a buffoon. If Mitt was a Rino, which he isn’t, he would still be a great improvement over fifty years of the worst presidential leadership in the history of this Republic! I hope he runs again!

    • Imtoooldforthis

      If you put the same old same old up for election you will get the same old results.

    • rsdcllc

      Maybe not, his opponent would be different. It’s very hard to beat an incumbent president, no matter how bad he is.

    • Imtoooldforthis

      what incumbent? Obama can’t run again.

    • Imtoooldforthis

      Misunderstood your statement. Romney will not win the young voters. The discouraged and disgusted young voters. He’s a prime example of what they won’t vote for. The fact that Obamacare is modeled after his example for MA is a losing deal all the way.

    • rsdcllc

      No republican will win the young voters! They ( the repubs) have a lot of work to do no matter who they run. Obama passed Obamacare and he still got reelected! Why would Romneycare hurt Romney if Obamacare didn’t hurt Obama. I don’t think that was a big factor in the election.

  • AlwaysRight

    How many times will the Repubs run a quasi conservative before they learn that people want a strong, moral person that won’t bend to taunts from the left?? I am a conservative and I am not alone!

  • Tommy Ge

    Zo, you are one funny guy, and 100% right! No! No! No Romney! LOL!

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