"His is not the temperament of a stable, thoughtful leader," Romney declared. He called Trump "a phony" who is "playing the American public for suckers," a man whose "imagination must not be married to real power."
Of course Trump came out immediately to slap Mitt down because, well because he is ALWAYS itching to do that.
So presidential, don't you think?Failed candidate Mitt Romney,who ran one of the worst races in presidential history,is working with the establishment to bury a big "R" win!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 3, 2016
Apparently Chris Christie was in a food coma most likely as a result of his embarrassingly awkward time standing behind Trump on stage and trying not to look like one of those politician's wives whose husband just got caught banging an intern. So instead they unleashed the Wasilla Wendigo.
From Palin's Facebook page:
Thank You, Mitt
Trump's favorables just rose again, as did the veil you willingly wore while being used by the corrupt political establishment who can't afford to lose their power in liberal D.C. Your speech was so silly and contradictory it confirmed the reasons Trump received tens of thousands more votes than you did in your own home state that you governed. (Ouch low blow! I certainly hope Romney was wearing his cup.) Silly man. Could the establishment really not find anyone credible in their holier-than-thou movement to spew the deception you regurgitated today on tv? (Boy somebody certainly woke up on the wrong side of the Mugshot Saloon's dumpster this morning.)
Independent, commonsense conservative patriots: now it's our time to ramp it up, to prove even more adamantly that our movement in this time for choosing is wisely chosen by those who know what's at stake for America. The political establishment's desperation is nailing its coffin - obviously a good thing - but we mustn't let the Alinsky tactics (Alinsky tactics? Seriously!)used to destroy our We the People movement go unanswered. His shoulders are broad, but Donald Trump must not carry this on his own shoulders. (Those aren't his shoulders, those are his moobs.) Thankfully, Mitt's anti-Republican Platform speech just strengthened our own. Americans' shoulders just got bigger and broader. Way to go, Mitt.
Meeyow! Pfft pfft!
Somebody seems to have missed their methamphetamine laced saucer of milk this morning.
Okay I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that Palin did not get any help from her usual ghostwriter for this post. Though I am sure she had somebody go over it and check it for misspellings and venom stains, it sounds very much like Palin word salad, dipped in poison, and thrown directly into Romney's face.
Hey a girl has to please their sugar daddy now doesn't she? After all bail and court costs don't just pay for themselves.
So when Trump snaps his fingers and says "jump" Palin says "I'm high." Which in this case doesn't really matter because she really never makes any sense anyhow.
Speaking of sugar daddies, it appears that Palin's original old man with deep pockets is going Team Romney on this one:
U.S. Senator John McCain, the Republican presidential nominee in 2008, joined 2012 nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday in criticizing front-runner Donald Trump, particularly on foreign policy.
“I share the concerns about Donald Trump that my friend and former Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, described in his speech today," McCain said in a statement.
"I would also echo the many concerns about Mr. Trump’s uninformed and indeed dangerous statements on national security issues that have been raised by 65 Republican defense and foreign policy leaders," he said of the letter, published online.
I don't want to make you all jealous but my mother got me an actual movie style popcorn maker for my birthday, and it seems like it arrived just in time.