After the election, the GOP promptly turned on Mitt Romney, blaming his 47% percent speech as a dooming and damning moment in Mitt’s out-of-touch campaign.
But since the election, the GOP has amply shown that they agree with exactly what Mitt told us.
How else do you explain their refusal to raise taxes even on those making $1 million or more, while insisting on cutting Medicaid and food stamps? They support the rich and spit on the sick and struggling.
Mitt admirably represented his party, a party that in no way currently represents the overwhelming majority of the country.