Thursday, 08 November 2012 13:23
Poll: GOP, Tea Party, Media, Romney: who is most at fault?
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Optimized-obama-romney-splitAs in all elections whether for US President or for grammar school class president, a post-mortem invariably is always topped off with the “blame game” or whom caused the defeat?

 

 

The Democrats and President Obama went through it in 2010 when after the Republican pachyderm romp during the mid-year elections.  It surely occurred in 2008 when the Democrats seized the White House and both houses of Congress.

Conservatives blamed McCain, McCain blamed Palin, the GOP moderates faulted the conservatives and so on.

After the very emotional 2012 race this week, the Tea Party lashed out at Romney and the moderate GOP and the latter has returned the favor.

And, of course, there is the “lame-stream” media who has been accused of not only favoring Obama and the democrats but even actively helping them to prevail.

So, assuming there is fault to go around, Bayoubuzz wants to know whom do you believe should be most faulted for the combined loss of the Romney’s losing the White House and the lashing that the Congress took this election season—Mitt Romney,  the GOP, the media or the social Tea Party voters.  Take our poll below and talk about this issue, also below. 

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Mitt Romney or GOP: Who should get the Blame?

 

 

              

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