Yet here you are crying away because people are criticising him.
Another 'America didn't vote the way I thought it should so 'they're all stupid' sore loser.
Main stream society rejected what the GOP and Romney were selling. Accept it get over it and move on. They weren't drinking the "tea" this time.
Romney deserves to get bashed and no one is stopping him from going home(s) to soak his wounds from his miserably failed presidential campaign.
I'm prepared to give the Romney supporters on here time to get over their grief. That is only fair.
I'm not prepared to sit back and let some posters continue with the same old far right BS. And if you read through this thread you can readily see who they are and were they will be four years from now.
Everyone needs to grow up and start acting like adults instead of junior high school kids.
To retaliate in kind would do nothing but intensify the existence of hate in the universe. Along the way of life, someone must have sense enough, and morality enough, to cut off the chain of hate. ~~ MLK
From my stand point he was the only candidate that ran in the Republican primaries that had a chance of being elected. In the end, he fell short.
GOP owns it really? Last I read the GOP were still blaming it each other and Big Bird as to who owns it!
As to the credit card cancellation, can't say I didn't expect as much from the way repubs ran their campaign. That said, they could at least been given a couple dollars for bus fare.
I'm not sure why you guys aren't focusing more on who won than who lost. Obama is your President. And you can stop shaking now -- Romney can't hurt you.
You might take this to understand that our criticisms of Romney's behavior are based on more than just winning an election. They are as valid into the present as his poor behavior.
Romney will sink into relative obscurity and no will care about him one way or the other. He is but a footnote in presidential elections. In 20 years he will be as relevant as Edmund Muskie or Michael Dukakis are to us today.
Obama on the other hand now belongs to the ages.
I'm sure millions of republicans including the Koch Bros. Sheldon Adleson, Donald Chump etc etc, wish would put aside the embarrassment known as Mitt Romney.
Give it a few more weeks he'll fade out of the picture. Don't expect it just 3 days after the biggest election, so far, of the century.
Speaks to his slimballdedness. I shudder to think this fool could've been POTUS.
I personally don't think Romney had anything to do with the timing...but it is certainly fair game for a topic (and kinda funny in a strange way.)
Sorry, I don't see the outrage in this story. The campaign is over, the expense accounts stop. Seems like responsible stewardship of the resources with which people are entrusted to me. Our government could use administrators and policies like that to protect what we the people provide to them. Perhaps staff should have been made aware specifically of the policy, but under the circumstances it's not surprising that would have been overlooked.
It's more of a symbol of how he leaves his supporters high and dry after he has used them up and failed them. Much like his tenure at Bain.
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