Just so you know, it’s going to be Romney…

stfuconservatives:

I don’t have a single doubt in my mind. Unless he’s caught in some massive MASSIVE scandal (like something that would make Cain blush) the Republican nomination is going to be him. It’s not too early to tell, all the handwriting is on the wall. The Obama campaign has already started production on Anti-Romney ads. Right now we’re just going through the motions to see who can fuck up their 2016 chances the worst.

If I’m wrong I’m going to be extremely surprised.

-Joe

I posted this 6 months ago, way early in the primary cycle. And here we are.

  1. basicallykerry reblogged this from joegressivism and added:
    Yeah, I had a feeling it’d be Romney. Santorum, Cain, Gingrich and Paul were all too unelectable.
  2. joegressivism reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    I posted this 6 months ago, way early in the primary cycle. And here we are.
  3. stfupenguins reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    Yeah. I don’t see this going any other way…
  4. lalikaa reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    I agree with you, man. I mean, just look at who he’s up against… Herman Cain, Ron Paul… and Rick Perry’s been screwing...
  5. hey-bigspender reblogged this from jumblejo
  6. squoose said: Well, this was always a contest for who wants to get their brains beaten out by Obama.
  7. rantingnraging reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    i’m going in on this one with joe. romney is probably the best call for republican nominee. and that’s HILARIOUS.
  8. jumblejo reblogged this from michelle-my-belle
  9. reclamation reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  10. leonfellpool said: Do you think Obama will be able to beat Romney?I’ve no doubt about Cain, Perry, Paul, or Bachmann, but I’m pretty sure in a race for moderates, or independents, Romney will be a lot harder to beat.
  11. michelle-my-belle reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    they’re all just embarrassing themselves. to paraphrase SNL, Romney wants to be president but not like this.
  12. salt-sweat-sugar said: Now the question is, who will Mitt choose to be his running mate?
  13. embarrassingusername said: Pretty much, but I can imagine the front-runner of the week narrowly winning the primary. A bit of a stretch, but not entirely impossible.
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