Gailey's history. He just doesn't know it yet.
I'm waiting for Ted Nugent to be jailed for something insane or killing himself...as he promised if Obama won.
Don't let us down, Ted !
Party leaders said they already had planned to poll voters in battleground states starting Tuesday night in anticipation of a Mitt Romney victory—to immediately begin laying the groundwork for midterm congressional elections and a Romney 2016 reelection bid.
LOL! Now they are throwing Mitt under the bus...so predictable...
Norquist: Obama won because voters thought Romney was a ‘poopy-head’
Anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist says that President Barack Obama did not win re-election because of his promise to raise taxes on the wealthy, but it was because attack ads made voters thing that Mitt Romney was a “poopy-head.”
During a Monday interview on CBS, Norquist suggested that Republicans had a mandate not to raise taxes, even it meant going off the so-called “fiscal cliff.”
“The House of Representatives was elected, committed to keeping taxes low,” the Americans for Tax Reform president explained. “The president was elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head and you should vote against Romney. And he won by two points. But he didn’t make the case that we should have higher taxes and higher spending, he kind of sounded like the opposite.”
“Well, I’m not sure that’s what the president called Mitt Romney,” CBS host Norah O’Donnell pointed out. “The debate that was had — and I listened very closely to it — he said very clearly throughout the debate that the wealthiest Americans should pay more. And he won eight of the nine battleground states. And Republicans failed to reclaim the White House or the Senate. What about the exit polls that show a broad support on raising taxes on the wealthiest Americans? Are you wrong?”
“Again, you saw those ads that suggested Romney gave people cancer in Ohio for months and months unanswered,” Norquist insisted. “You can trash an individual and get them to vote against him. Again where we have an election, there are 30 Republican governors, okay? And they’re running campaigns against raising taxes and in favor of, frankly, phasing out the income tax in North Carolina and Kansas and Oklahoma.”