Mitt Romney seems to be suffering from fatal self-delusions after his shocking loss to President Obama, since he has continued to make one statement of pomposity after another, trying to excuse his loss and remain relevant with the Republican Party.
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Instead, he continues to drive former supporters away in droves, with each new insertion of his big foot into his scape-goating mouth.
Mitt Romney’s true inner self has been his own worst enemy.
The times he has been caught saying things to a friendly, select few, when he thought no one else was listening, has been his major downfall.
The "47 percent" remark in a secluded banquet room, and the “gifts” remark on a conference call to private donors, were inescapable and unacceptable blunders.
Nonetheless, Mitt Romney was chosen as the best of a bad lot from a weak field of Republican presidential candidates. He only gained cohesive support from his party after the first debate. But that debate only proved that Romney was capable of studying for three days and learning how to deliver a wide range of GOP talking points.