Losing When Only Winning Was Possible

Filed in National by on September 14, 2012

Mitt Romney has had another self-inflicted, tough week/ So as Romney’s campaign begins it’s Goodbye Tour, we’re looking for titles for the upcoming HBO movie about the plummeting 2012 Romney Campaign. Below are some of my bad choices.

The Book of Romney
Farewell, Angry White Man
Laterdays of Romney

We will take the best titles from the comments and vote on them next week.

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  1. Jason330 says:

    Romney could not have won the GOP nomination without leaving his dignity and self respect at the door.

    I’m not sad for him.

  2. puck says:

    Like any deal with the devil, there is always a catch. The devil delivered the nomination, but the catch was Mitt would never win the Presidency. Your choice, Mitt.

    Republicans always hated Romney. They should have got the clue Romney was an empty suit when he beat all their ideological favorites through sheer force of money.

    Of course they were all as gaffe-prone as Romney, but Republicans think their s**t smells like roses.

  3. socialistic ben says:

    No Love
    Under the Banner of Ineptitude
    A Dance with Dimwits

  4. Delaware Dem says:

    I have no sympathy for Mitt Romney, for he has no empathy for anyone else. He deserves exactly what is coming to him.

  5. cassandra_m says:

    Citizen Romney
    Intolerance
    Greed (didn’t even change the titles of these two)
    The Treasure of the SuperPac
    A Streetcar Named Tax Cuts

  6. socialistic ben says:

    How to lose and election without even trying.

  7. Rusty Dils says:

    Before you guys hand over the election to Obama, you might want to open your eyes just a little bit, and see what the other half thinks. I know all of you guys are partying and celebrating, reminds me alot of hitlers last few weeks, when Hitler was in Denial. The way you get into that denial state is ignoring the truth and the facts. Everyone on the left tries to vilify Romney and say he is a bad person, because, he does not brag about alot of his personal help to needy human beings. But the stories are starting to come out, and there are a lot of them, so Before you buy your tickets to Baracks inauguration, you might start seeing what is really going on out there. You can start with a guy whose guts you hate, The glen beck show, Todays edition, Four personal stories of how Mitt Romney helped change people’s lives, I know you won’t watch, because you are drunk with all your false confidences, but if you really want to see what is going to happen over the next 7 weeks or so, I suggest you open your eyes. Watch glen becks show with 4 guest, and see how many lives Mitt Romney has helped. Then see if that squares with all the verbage you espouse about what a lousy guy romney is. Or don’t watch, just stay drunk and hope for the best

  8. puck says:

    “you might want to open your eyes just a little bit, and see what the other half thinks. ”

    Sorry Rusty it’s not half; it’s more like the low 40% range.

  9. Aoine says:

    Rolling into the punches

    How to lose an election in 10 days

    Peter Pan – dering (starring the GOP as the Lost Boyz)

    Out of America

    Hook (and Crook)

  10. socialistic ben says:

    “reminds me alot of hitlers last few weeks, when Hitler was in Denial.” spelling and grammatical errors, wild incoherent (more than usual) ramblings …. wild Nazi swipes. You’re getting very desperate ol’ chum.

  11. Liberal Elite says:

    To elect him or not to elect him,
    that is the question.
    For in that sleep of his term in office
    what nightmares may come must give us pause.

    Whether to risk the slings and arrows
    of this outrageous candidate,
    Or by opposing him, end them?

    By not electing him we end the heart-ache
    he could make us heir to,

    For the dread of electing him,
    Of that undiscover’d country from whose bourn
    No traveller returns to warn us

    Should make cowards of us all.

    (from a NYTimes posted comment)

  12. Liberal Elite says:

    @RD “Watch glen becks show..”

    You mean that guy who got rich by suckering his dim witted audience into buying fake bullion gold??

    That guy??

    How can you like someone who has basically duped and stolen from poor helpless conservatives?

  13. Liberal Elite says:

    True Grift

    Super Hate

    War Hoarse

  14. Tom McKenney says:

    Yes Rusty Mitt has done wonderful things with family and church members, but when it comes to business or politics he has no morals.

  15. nemski says:

    Rusty wrote, ” I know all of you guys are partying and celebrating, reminds me alot of hitlers last few weeks, when Hitler was in Denial.”

    Meh. I think a better analogy would be something like this.

    “I know all of you guys are partying and celebrating, reminds me alot of Chamberlain in the 1930s, when Chamberlain was in Denial.”

    Just saying.

  16. jason330 says:

    Lol. I know. I was going to say that, by most accounts, Hitler’s bunker wasn’t exactly party central.

    Your very charitable to work on Dils metaphors with him.

  17. puck says:

    In a few weeks it will be time for a Downfall parody: “Hitler Discovers Romney is Losing.” Seriously, the crew at Red State is just about there already.

  18. geezer says:

    Rusty: You apparently don’t know any Mormons. Most of those I know are wonderful people individually, and collectively they take care of their own, much like the Amish except with modern conveniences. Keep in mind that, given his high position in the church, Romney’s acts of charity were actually part of his job. I’m not saying that to denigrate him, just to establish what we’re talking about here. Also remember than Glenn Beck is, at least nominally, a Mormon.

    None of that makes any difference when you’re electing a chief executive. A chief executive doesn’t have the time to even hear such stories, let alone do anything to help. No policy ever enacted helps everyone; a chief executive must weigh who wins, who loses and whether we’re better off overall.

    What this election, and our whole polarized political landscape, are fighting about is whether our policies should further help the economic winners at the expense of the rest of us.

    I hope this helps clear up your constant incapacity to understand the country around you.

  19. Rustydils says:

    Tom, Romney’ S former company, Bain capital was rated number one best employer this year. Even beating out companies such as face book, and google. But you did not know that, because your eyes and ears are closed to any information which does not support your liberal ideology.

  20. geezer says:

    Rusty: So what? He hasn’t been there for 10 years.

  21. Jason330 says:

    The surveys weren’t sent to the tens of thousands of workers fired by Bain.

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