Willard Goes Nuclear

Monday, January 23, 2012

After Mitt “Willard” Romney’s embarrassing loss to Newt Gingrich in the South Carolina primary and his one-time lead in the polls in Florida collapsing around him, Romney has gone nuclear in his attacks on Gingrich.

Romney told NBC News:

“So I’ve had the experience of leadership. Now Speaker Gingrich has also been a leader. He was a leader for four years as speaker of the House. And at the end of four years it was proven he was a failed leader. And he had to resign in disgrace. I don’t know if you knew that. He actually resigned after four years in disgrace. He was investigated under an ethics panel and had to make a payment associated with that and then his fellow Republicans, 88 percent of Republicans, voted to reprimand Speaker Gingrich. He has not had a record of successful leadership.”

This is a new side of Romney. Gone is the robotic rhetoric, encased in the perfectly coiffed, blow-dried hair. Willard is gettin’ all gangsta’ now. The Republican primary is finally becoming fun to watch.

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18 Responses to Willard Goes Nuclear

  1. feminazi says:

    Romney destroyed his own political fortunes when he blew off John King’s request that he release his income tax returns in the last Republican debate. It made him sound shifty and crooked. If he loses the GOP primary, he has himself to blame. Releasing his tax returns for 2010 tomorrow online is very likely too little too late.

  2. Joe in Colorado says:

    Willard has driven the clown car into a ditch. His campaign is over.

  3. Matteo says:

    The Washington Post has a fascinating piece today about Willard’s lousy handling of his tax returns and how the issue may have sunk his chances of winning the GOP nomination.

    How Mitt Romney’s tax returns became a political boil that needed to be lanced


  4. Unconditional1 says:

    Bernie is probably the only true leader in the three branches of US Gov’t. The rest are a joke or worse, criminals…,as are the unctuous cronies who support them!

  5. Eric Equality Kuntz says:

    Romney is a wealthy, hoity-toity elitist with homes in Boston, Manchester, Auburn Hills and La Jolla.

    He has a cadre of lawyers to handle his taxes, maids to clean his houses and toilets, and drivers to take him to the golf course, the doctor and Mormon temple. Media reports say he’s set up $100 million trust funds for his children. Romney is not a man of the people. He’s an elite. People who support Romney are preparing to elect a King.

    I am not surprised his base of support in South Carolina was among Americans making $250,000 a year and more.

  6. Brigadoon says:

    Eric Equality Kuntz – There are people in South Carolina who earn more than $250,000 a year?

  7. Woodcliffe says:

    Southern Evangelicals will never accept Romney’s Mormonism. He can try to dispute it until Jesus returns to earth but, he isn’t a Christian in the traditional sense. Mormonism is a cult based on a lot of gobbledegook that simply doesn’t square with the Old and New Testaments. One of the most peculiar Mormon tenets is Jesus visited the Americas. They don’t fully explain how he got here (maybe he stowed away with Columbus or flew El Al Airlines?) but the Mormons actually believe this.

  8. Woodcliffe,

    Plus, if you’re a Mormon in good standing, you get your own planet.

  9. okjimm says:

    Plus… if you are a Mormon…. you get to wear MAGIC UNDERWEAR… seriously

    … Willard’s are tailor made.

  10. One Fly says:

    Someone leave some knives/guns laying around the debate table.

  11. hipolito says:

    OKJimm – ROFLMAO!

  12. Rachel says:

    Newt is the not-Romney candidate. The right and the far-right see Newt as the best candidate to defeat Obama. Their hatred of Obama is so deep, so intense, so thorough, that I truly think they would vote for Charles Manson if they thought he could defeat Obama in November.

  13. Seabec says:

    For someone with a personal fortune of $250 million dollars and who has been running for president five straight years, Romney is in terrible shape. While I still think Newt has no chance of winning the more moderate states of Maryland, Massachusetts, Illinois, New Mexico, California, Oregon and Washington, Romney won’t have sufficient votes to be the nominee. The Republicans are facing a brokered convention this summer and all hell will break loose. Obama Inc. must be savoring the complete disorder in the GOP. I know I am.

  14. Mauigirl says:

    Seabec is right – Romney is not in good shape at all, and it looks as if this may go to the convention. Loving it! OKJimm, loved the Magic Underwear clip.

  15. The Real Adam says:

    Willard Romney is a sneaky Mormon cultist. Can any say with certainty just what he stands for? I’ve watched his political career going back to his days as Massachusetts governor and his views and opinions change with the direction of the wind.

    Let’s hope the Republicans have a brokered clown convention. Then the American people will see the true differences between the political parties.

  16. DMason says:

    The old adage says, “Democrats fall in love with their candidates. Republicans fall in line”. Willard’s national poll numbers were never above 25% and after his piss-poor South Carolina showing, even those numbers tanked. He can release his taxes tomorrow with pictures of his erect penis and it won’t cause much excitement. His campaign for president is DOA.

  17. ultra says:

    I’m hoping Newt and Romney will resolve this matter with a duel. I’ll be happy to supply the pistols.

  18. Fran says:


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