Despite the inconclusiveness of “Super Tuesday”, it looks like Mitt Romney is slowly but surely crawling towards the nomination of the Republican Party to become its candidate for President of the United States of America. Excitement in a party looks different, but he does have more delegates for the convention already than his contenders combined. Unless he will commit a major mistake, Mitt Romney is indeed the inevitable candidate to run against Barack Obama in November 2012. Probably, Mitt Romney is too boring even to commit a major mistake.
We have already investigated the hidden past of Mitt Romney, but today we want to look at the inevitable candidate from a different perspective.
Mitt Romney tried to run for President once before, in 2008. He lost in the Republican primaries against John McCain.
Who was this John McCain who beat Mitt Romney? John McCain was the guy who had previously lost against George W. Bush in 2000.
So the Republican Party pins all its hopes on the guy who lost against the guy who lost against George W. Bush? Why doesn’t this party simply acknowledge that they have nobody like Barack Obama?
After all, even Republican John McCain thinks that Barack Obama is the perfect president: