One of the real issues of the 2012 election was that nobody could tell who the real Mitt Romney was. Really, what did this man actually believe, what were his core values? Now, after his repeated assertion that there are 47% of Americans who are takers, that they are bought off by ‘gifts’ from President Obama and that’s why they voted for him, we all know that is what he really thinks. The ’47 percent’ comment was not a campaign gaffe, it was a look into the real Mitt.
Republican governors, meeting in a post election celebration of their success finally caught on. They are now denouncing Mr. Romney.
A telling sign of their determination to change course was their swift denunciation of the latest tone-deaf comments by Mitt Romney, who little more than a week ago they were all trying to help elect president.
Of course, they still remain clueless on the other parts of the election.
Scott Walker, who survived
a recall effort earlier this year: “It’s not that our beliefs are wrong.
We’re not doing an effective enough job articulating those beliefs.” Wisconsin
No Gov. Walker, the problem is that your beliefs are wrong. You have done a good job of communicating what Republicans believe, and the holiday shoppers are buying it. You only win when you hide your beliefs, like you did in your election campaign.