Quote of the Day, Ethically There’s No Contest Between Romney And Obama edition.

Glenn Reynolds, on the upcoming (and apparently very good) Mitt Romney documentary*:

…Romney was always a better man than Obama — he’s quite possibly the best human being to run for the White House in quite a few election cycles — but he was a worse candidate, and that’s what determines elections. The voters decided what they wanted, and now they’re getting it good and hard.

I had to be jollied into stumping for Romney – but it didn’t grate on me the way that having to stump for John McCain did. I wish we had nominated somebody who had won, because the country would be in a much better position right now if we had. But we did not. I don’t particularly groove on the negative reinforcement that we’re receiving as a consequence – but my hands are, as they say, tied.

Elections have consequences.

Moe Lane

*I don’t expect to see it, mostly because I only like documentaries when they’re fake ones about alien invasions or post-apocalyptic scenarios.

6 thoughts on “Quote of the Day, Ethically There’s No Contest Between Romney And Obama edition.”

  1. There’s no turning back now, Moe. We are neck deep in crap, sin, and debt.
    The re-election of Obama was God’s way of striking the United States down. It’s going to be a slow decent, but it’s no longer reversible.

    1. Except that it was Imperial Rome, not the Roman Republic that ordered much of the ancient world.
      Put another way, yes, we are definitely leaving the age of the American Republic .. but what will replace it is still TBD.. and there shall be opportunities for it to not suck.

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