We need to return the United States of America to its founding Christian principles, including freedom of speech! And we need to restore the American dream of prosperity! We need a president that fears God and speaks the TRUTH, not a bunch of lies! And we need a president that is willing and able to improve our economy, not a president that gives away hard working, taxpayers money!
America needs you. Please go for it.
Americans will not make the mistake of not voting for you again. Sarah would do a good job and would pull in the woman vote. You are the only one that can save America. Start early so you have time to work for the vote.
Conservatives in AMERICA have work to do -- (1) pushing each state to protect our voting rights with VOTER ID before the 2014 elections! (2) Educate to remove fear and lies out of the Immigration issue, for all immigrants eligible to vote, especially with the Hispanic vote -- we are all on the same side with our values and family based beliefs -- we need to unite to strengthen our fight against liberal destruction of America's values! (3) UNITE as Conservatives to support and elect STRICT REPRESENTATION in Washington and cut Obama's 2nd term in half by regaining the majority in all of Congress in 2014! (4) Finally, Support Mitt Romney -- whose victory was stolen by voter fraud and outright cheating in 2012. He deserves our support and we deserve the best candidate -- he has ALREADY BEEN VETTED, we don't need to waste time, money or energy on trying to find and clear someone else -- we need to FOCUS on ROMNEY !!! CONSERVATIVES -- UNITE and ELECT ROMNEY in 2016!
We need someone who will bring dignity back into the White House and who will be respected by his peers. Mitt Romney is that guy. The way things are now, we are being laughed at by the other countries who have us under their magnifying glasses. Mitt Romney has the ability to turn the economy around so that everyone wins, and is able to put together a team of professionals such as Marco Rubio to finally deal with the serious immigration issues facing the country.
I voted for him the last time. I also think his wife would make a great first lady. He is a caring, honest, knowledgeable businessman. I watched his whole campaign. I think he was not given the right advise on several appearances. However, if he changed his staff, he should run again. And he has got to be more aggressive.
Mitt is the only person in the GOP who can beat Hillary in 2016. He doesn't need the money. He just cares about getting this country back on the right track. Most of his campaign contacts are still in place, and he already has the experience of running a 50 state campaign in a general election.
Some are blessed with intellect, others with moral grounding, and yet others with resolve; you sir personify all three. Some seek greatness while others have it thrust upon them; receive this God inspired calling. It is your time and America is waiting.
Do it for my kids ages 9, 11 and 15.
Nixon lost to Kennedy in 1960 and re-ran for the presidency in 1968. Romney barely lost to an incumbent president, thus he is definitely not a write-off. The presidental race was quite close, perhaps Romney can run again in 2016. Romney or Jeb Bush in 2016, not a Tea Party candidate.
He is meant to be president. Apparently an error occurred with the Sandy incident. Something has to be reworked so that the initial plan be properly carried out. I guess though that he was not sufficiently prepared and that there were all those extremist reps that distorted his political identity.
Assuming that Hillary Clinton is the nominee, Mitt Romney is uniquely situated for 2016.
Bill Clinton said Obama's policies would lead us to prosperity. Has that happened?
Hillary Clinton said Barack Obama would "revitalize" the economy.
15% of the nation is now on food stamps.
Who can get people back to work in America? Who understands health insurance?
Romney would be running in 2016 anyway (for re-election) if he had won 2012.
If he is at all interested, he should strongly consider a 2016 run.
He is not the "Promised One" the Mormons prayed for for the past 150 years. God rejected him (if you are a Mormon). ...This is coming from an ex-Mormon living in Salt Lake, so I know first hand what they expected to happen. After Romney lost, Mormons started questioning their faith, trust me. God promised them a President and didn't deliver. There's not way he would have a shot again. Plus, the Republican Party would never nominate him a second time.
Guaranteed if I asked the average joe, what is one difference between Romney and Obama, he wouldn't know if it bit him in the ass. And that's the guy who's voting. It doesn't shock me that 91% said yes he should run again, because Americans are stupid and love to see history repeat itself over and over. I mean we elected Bush twice. If you can't see through Mitt Romney and his painfully obvious lies, then you shouldn't even have a opinion on the matter.
He couldn't even beat Obama so what makes you think he could beat anyone else. We need a Libertarian minded person in the White House. More and more people are now waking up to the fact that up at that level there is not much difference between Democrats and Republicans.
Supporting a case why he should run in 2016 might be more important than why he shouldn't run.
Mitt lost in 2012. I believe he wasn't elected because he is a Mormon who identifies with a political party which is comprised of 80% + traditional Christian sects; Catholics and Evangelicals. I felt this polarized the Conservative party. A deeper more fundamental choice had to be made for Republicans: Loyalty to political party or loyalty to religious ideology. And although Mormons are technically considered Christians, Mormonism is not widely accepted by Catholics and Evangelicals as an equal Christian sect.
For this reason alone I feel Mitt would also lose in 2016 if he ran against another strong Democrat.
I hoped we were rid of the Romneys. He lost. Good riddance. We do not need the super-rich to try to govern our country. If you want a good Republican, have a look at Newt Gingrich. He is intelligent, he knows history, and he understands what is good for the country.
No more out-of-touch plutocrats. The other 99.997% of us can't afford it. The country roundly rejected this world view a few months ago. It's clear that his direction is the wrong direction. What about Mitt Romney is so eminently virtuous that he is worthy of a third consideration? Wrong on jobs, wrong on healthcare, wrong on women, wrong on minorities, wrong on foreign policy, wrong on the economy, wrong on banks, wrong on basically everything...So why are we entertaining this again? Thanks, but no thanks.
Mitt Romney has horrid views for the American People. Not only did he disrespect 47% of Americans, he believes in cutting the rights of women, the LGBT community and ending healthcare for middle class Americans. He is pro-rich and anti-poor. Obama is way better and proud he won in 2012. Hillary for President 2016!
Republicans will never regain the White House as long as the majority are homophobic, bible banging evangelicals, anti-civil rights, anti-gay marriage, anti-immigration reform, pro corporate and anti-campaign reform and perceived as a party controlled by old white men. America is changing and evolving and old party Republicans will be left on the close-minded ash pile of history.
Don't get me wrong. I WOULD vote for him if he ran but;
Knowing how contenders smear and tear families apart, even on false premises is not good for anyone. And besides, the way the world is going, especially the liberal world, they will not vote for him and he can use his money to do good quietly better than battling the majority who do not want him in office.
Some of these 'no' comments are nonsensical. Romney didn't divide conservatives or repel evangelicals; they voted for him in historic numbers. Romney's different religion was a vote-changer for only the barest fraction of voters (and while the hated Obama will no longer be the target, Clinton or whoever will surely prove just as dangerous). Romney did 'have his turn', not twice, but once -- but whose turn is it now, if not Libertarians'? The only reason we're even talking about it is that we've got three or four opportunistic newbies lined up to run, who, despite their energy, frankly don't seem up for the task at hand, and Romney is -still- the best choice -- still more competent, qualified, and capable of governing a country rather than a party, and battle-hardened at this point. He's still the Reagan of our time, and 2016 would have been his second term anyway. Romney ran a brilliant 2012 campaign against many negatives, but it was really difficult to overcome a political-media alliance, or the undereducated, racist masses attached to its udder who weren't about to give up their first skin-colour-elected president (and some of whom saw nothing wrong with vote fraud), or the wave of ignorance and hatred they stirred up. Then, why not Romney 2016? Because he doesn't want to; he doesn't have that lust for power characterizing so many other politicians. He'd probably back Ryan. He doesn't want to throw away his retirement, and we don't have the right to ask any more of him or his family, or put them in the path of more blind hatred or potential harm by the conspiracies in government. Let him live out his days in peace; let somebody else get burned; and let us fumble along until we finally go over the cliff. If our days weren't already numbered, Romney would have won. ...But, if his ear is inclined at all to the plight of his fellowmen, and he comes back, I'll support him again, and again, and again -- because he's a true leader, as we who paid attention could clearly see.