Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Almost a month ago, President Obama made the assessment that he would be running against Mitt Romney. With all that has been happening in the Republican race, especially with the revelation of possible new accusations against Romneys rival in the Republican race, Herman Cain. Many are saying that it is now only a matter of time before Cain drops out of the race. He is now re-assessing his candidacy.
Meanwhile Romney and Gingrich both seem to be benefiting from the flack coming out of the Cain campaign. Gingrich is now leading in the Republican race, even though he too has an extra marital affair in his past. At least temporarily, the Republicans have chosen their latest choice Newt Gingrich to run on the Conservative ticket instead of Mitt Romney, but how long do you think this fling with the front runner Newt Gingrich will last?!. President Barack Obama is putting his chips on Mitt Romney to be he opponent in the 2012 election, even if the Rublicans don't necessarily like the idea and want to support Newt Gingrich.
What chances do Mitt Romney actually have to run against Barack Obama? If you were to ask me, a liberal and an avid supporter of the Democratic ticket and President Barack Obama, I would say that Mitt Romney has no chance. An again, you don't have to believe me, as my statement is a matter of opinion. But what is not just a matter of opinion concerning Romney is the fact that he is considered a 'flip-flopper'. Check out the video below that explains in detail the characterization of Mitt Romney and how he 'flip-flops' on the issues.