Back to Mitt. Which Mitt you may ask? Let's conglomerate all the different versions of Mitt Romney into one for this blog's sake and let the Super PACs remind us of his multiple personality disorder.
Before I tell you what really grinds my gears about Mitt Romney, let's examine how a country filled with broke, uneducated, and white evangelical Christians can actually support this guy.
He is the epitome of everything that Republicans in the South aren't. He went to Stanford, Brigham Young, and Harvard for his Law degree and MBA. Including a high school diploma, that's 5 more degrees than his supporters have in general.
He's only worth about $250 million dollars. Hell, even the punk that started Facebook makes Mitt look poor. I feel for Mitt when people label him the 1 %. He's more like the 0.0001 %. Get it right you silly liberals.
Mitt is a Mormon, which I have no problem with. Some of the nicest people I've met have been Mormon, but Evangelicals liken Joseph Smith's tablets and his followers to a cult.
The differences are so staggering between Mitt and Republican voters that educated, liberal-Democratic, and upper-middle/high income Jews seem to have more in common with Mitt than the actual people that are going to vote for him. That is should he be the Republican candidate for President, which by now seems almost a given.
So what is in the water that makes people vote for someone that embodies everything they are not, and mostly despise? Obama.
Why do the Republicans hate Obama so much? Well that's another blog entirely.
But the final question I'll answer in this blog is the question I posed on the blog title. Why would I vote for a mass-murderer before Mitt. Simple. Mass-murderers are caught, tried, incarecerated, executed, killed in the clink, but one way or another they are put out of circulation for good. Mitt on the other hand will be around for a long, long, long time. He'll no doubt go back into shady business deals, hurting even more poor Americans, that ironically probably will vote for him in November. I cry for our children. At least Mitt will not add another [white] house to his name.
Mitt will lose in a landslide to Obama. Democrats didn't like McCain, but they didn't despise him the way Mitt Romney commands their anger. I predict an electoral finish in range of biggest landslides in American history. Sure it won't be 520 to 17 when Nixon won over George McGovern in '72. But, it'll be damn near as embarrassing.
P.P.S. It's good to be blogging again!