Doug Giles’ latest column raises an interesting question. Does this matter for a leader or not? Give us your thoughts below.
By Doug Giles
If you believe The 2016 Mitt Romney Edition, Donald Trump is the most corrupt candidate to ever run for the White House and we must all oppose The Donald and vote for Mitt’s and Jeb’s love child, little Marco Rubio.
Love child, never meant to be
Love child, (scorned by) society
Love child, always second best
Love child, different from the rest
Sorry about that.
I got a little lost there for a wee bit.
I started channeling Diana Ross after I mentioned Rubio’s name.
Anyway. Where was I?
Oh, yeah. I was talking about Mitt’s on-high exhortation to us poor, bamboozled plebeians … the unthinking rubes of Obamaland … who’re so easily led astray … who’re so lost in space that we’re in need of The 2016 Mitt Romney Edition to point us to the North Star and take us by the hand and lead our lost backsides to the Romney Promised Land, glory to God.
Help us, Mitt! Help us!
Now, granted, The 2016 Mitt Romney Edition didn’t come right out and say to “Vote for Marco Pequeño ”, but the Mormon definitely did rag on Trump like a bitter ex-girlfriend scalding her former favored flame.
Yes, I said it.
Once upon a time, Mitt was madly in love with Donald.
I don’t know what happened, but The 2012 Mitt Romney Edition, not to be confused with the all new 2016 Mitt Romney Edition, once doted over Donald and courted his favor like a love sick puppy.
Matter of fact, in 2012 Paul Anka wrote this…
And they called it puppy love
Oh, I guess they’ll never know
How a young Mitt really feels
And why he loves Donald so
… after watching Mitt pursue Trump’s endorsement (and his money) in the last Presidential election.
But that was then and this is now and obviously Mitt’s bitter. I mean… wow. That screed he gave last week against Donald was the exact opposite (and I mean the exact opposite) of what Willard once waxed eloquently about with his then-love interest, Donald J. Trump.
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