Howie Carr: Willard Mitt Romney has spent his entire life looking for new rear ends to smooch — at least as long as they belong to Democrats.
So, when the junior senator from Utah (by way of Michigan, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and California) stops puckering up for Dementia Joe Biden, you know that there’s a big problem at the long-term care facility formerly known as the White House.
Because Mitt Romney is the quintessential front-runner’s front-runner.
For more than a year, he’s been groveling before the doddering, senile, old codger. But now he pulls out the shiv and shanks his pal. Which is his m.o. Willard is either at your feet or at your throat, as a French politician once said of the Germans.
This was at a Senate hearing this week at which Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was trying to explain the Democrats’ policy of national suicide down on the Southern border.
“Secretary Mayorkas,” Mittens began, “uh, you know I think any unbiased person would say that the Biden administration’s border and immigration policies have been nothing short of a monumental uh uh disaster uh and uh and were there not so many other disasters that the administration is encountering it probably would be by itself enough for a government to be hanging by a thread.”
Kinda like Mittens’ recent poll numbers in Utah, come to think of it. As for “monumental disaster” — that could be the epitaph for Romney’s own lackluster political career. read more