Should Mitt Romney Get Baptized To Prove Himself To Conservatives?
The always opportunistic Sarah Palin was caught in Wasilla, Alaska casting her ballot on this Super Tuesday Primary day, when she was questioned by a CNN reporter, and she made a statement that was very intriguing! CNN’s John King asked if the Republicans had a brokered convention because they were unable to pick or unite behind one nominee and delegates decided to place her name into the hat to be the nominee would she stop them from doing so? Palin’s answer was no, as she assured the world that she would not forbid her name from being entered into the nomination process! Palin said that she is leaving all options on the table, including another run for the presidency.
So let that be a wake-up call to Mitt Romney, because if he cannot find a way to wrap this thing up and zombie in these Evangelic, southern, White, anybody but Obama and preferably not a Mormon, conservatives; Sarah Palin may be forced to come into the Republican convention and play the role of the clean-up woman/heroine, and she said that she will be there for certain. Apparently, Sarah Palin has not fully put away her superwoman suit just yet—in case she is still called upon to leap Mitt Romney’s Super Pac money in a single bound and singlehandedly wrestle the nomination away from him. After all, that’s what conservative, patriotic friends are for, and it is obvious that Palin might still have her doubts about the unifying leadership of Romney.
After hearing this statement by Palin, it’s not beyond the pale to believe that conservatives all over the country just might be cheering for this, especially based on Romney’s nagging inability to dominantly overwhelm the overall conservative base. And evident by his Super Tuesday losses in Georgia to Newt Gingrich, in Tennessee to Rick Santorum, along with his dismal numbers in Oklahoma, where he also lost to Santorum, the Romney campaign has to be scratching its collective, political head trying to figure out exactly what Romney will have to do in hopes of finally winning over the political mentality of the GOP stronghold known as the evangelical south, where Black presidents and Yankee Mormons are only about as popular as Middle Eastern turbans, gay marriage, taxes, China, Obamacare, and federally funded birth control!
Outside of a complete denunciation of his Mormon faith and a full-on Southern Baptist baptism performed by Mike Huckabee and Sarah Palin, it remains unclear if Romney will ever be able to motivate the southern, conservative base to the point where their hatred for President Obama finally overrides their inhospitable views about Mormonism. So if you’re still wondering how a Sarah Palin or even a Donald Trump could still be a major factor in the outcome of the GOP nomination—providing that the Romney campaign finds itself still unable to secure the nomination or unite the party by the time the Republican Convention begins, maybe this will shed some light on why Romney may continue to find tough sledding in the red states of Dixie. This is what some conservatives said to me about 7 months ago regarding the candidacy of Mitt Romney.
Excerpt from the article Why Mitt should split:
”And then, there is Mitt Romney. I freaking hate Mitt Romney! There is no way this country will elect a Mormon, cultish candidate like that idiot. He’s the one who coached Obama on how to create Obamacare in the first place, and now he’s the frontrunner for the Republican nomination. What a freaking joke! The country is on its death bed, and all we have to choose from is a Mormon and a Black Kenyan!”
It’s never too late for that baptism Mitt, and you could always do it on Fox News on Huckabee’s show, and if that doesn’t earn you your hillbilly badge of authenticity nothing will.