Does “No” mean “Yes” for Romney

With no viable Republican candidate, will Romney throw his hat back in the ring.

There are rampant allegations that Obama stole the last election, and reports from North Carolina seem to bear that out. Could Romney have really won?

He may think so, as it appears Romney may be positioning for another go at it in 2016.

As reported at Fox News:

He has appeared on TV news shows 12 times in the past six months. That’s essentially on pace with Michigan GOP Rep. Mike Rogers, who led all national politicians last year with 26 appearances over 12 months.

Romney has repeatedly said he won’t run again, saying infamously in the Netflix movie “Mitt” about a nominee who loses a White House bid: “They become a loser. It’s over.”

And a few weeks ago, he gave CBS “Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer a flat out “no.”

But in politics, no really means yes. Romney has enough money to “ride into the sunset,” so why all the media?

Although there are people speculating about Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, or even Marco Rubio, Romney might still be the Republicans most viable candidate. He’s certainly shown a much lighter side, and he got a full vetting.

By 2016, America may be looking more at a having a proven money-maker, despite some of Romney’s shortcomings.


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