Posted by | December 27, 2011 14:27 | Filed under: Top Stories

John Hawkins of Right Wing News makes the case against Mitt Romney:

Mitt Romney was a moderate governor in Massachusetts with an unimpressive record of governance, who left office with an approval rating in the thirties, and whose signature achievement was a Hurricane Katrina style disaster for the state. Since that’s the case, it’s fair to ask what a Republican who’s not conservative and can’t even carry his own state brings to the table for GOP primary voters. The answer is always the same; Mitt Romney is supposed to be “the most electable” candidate. This is a baffling argument because many people just seem to assume it’s true, despite the plethora of evidence to the contrary.

Witness:

1) People just don’t like Mitt Romney

2) He’s a proven political loser

3) He’ll run weak in the Southern States

4) All of Mitt’s primary advantages disappear in a general election

5) Bain Capital

6) The Mormon Factor

7) He’s a flip-flopper

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