With the Decline of Romney Comes the Rise of a Party Saviour

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As the candidacy of Mitt Romney seems to be rapidly collapsing under the weight of negative ads and confusion over stances, Republicans are starting to take another look again at John McCain.

The rise of John McCain is potentially one of the best things that could happen to the Republican party as it looks towards November. He is a sensible candidate with realistic expectations of what war really is. Voters don’t seem to be getting the same vibe from Mitt Romney, who spent his eligible draft years proselytizing the French Riviera for the Mormon Church.

John McCain, paired with the appropriately young and energetic Vice-President, could breathe a little life into the Republican party, unsure of itself after years of being hijacked by Evangelical Christians. A strong moderate Republican, immune from attacks of honor, is precisely what the Republicans need to take back the Republican party from the ghost of Jerry Falwell, and become the party of smaller government once again.

What McCain needs now, after a decent showing in Iowa, is to win New Hampshire. He MUST win New Hampshire or the game is over for the revitalization of the Republican party for true Republican values in the 2008 election years.

Let’s hope for the best for the Republican Party

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1 Response to “With the Decline of Romney Comes the Rise of a Party Saviour”


  1. 1 Liz January 5, 2008 at 2:04 pm

    Sure he might know what War really is but he also likes it too much. You’d think a POW would be a little more peace oriented.


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