Whoopi Goldberg's Rich, But She Made Romney's 47% Anyway . . .
When Mitt Romney learned that Whoopi Goldberg was considering voting for him, he concluded, "I must have done something really wrong." Making the point that he rejects her as a constituent, even if she chooses him and, he is prepared to rescind anything about himself, to preserve the separation between them . . .
In the true spirit of the evolving Republicans, hating most of the people, including "sharp-tongued" females and those who are "not conservative," and those who are not rich and don't pay income taxes. Romney makes the point that he values distinguishing himself from these people, even if it means rejecting his own ideas, like when he ran away from his own health reform plan, after President Obama adopted it for the Nation.
Romney expressed his desire not to be associated with anything Whoopi approves of, even if it's him . . . Consequently, Romney is revealed as the guy who has identified 47% of Americans as people he doesn't want to represent — some are military, some are disabled, some are students, some are the working poor, some are elderly, and some are Whoopi Goldberg . . .
Romney will never be president, because he prefers distinguishing himself from his fellow Americans, more than he desires to win their votes.