The quotes from Mitt Romney are getting worse, and Great Falls Republican insiders are now growing increasingly pessimistic about the GOP presidential nominee’s chances of winning the White House.
The latest worry for these insiders is Romney’s refusal to back down from his statement that nearly half of Americans believe they are victims dependent upon government.
His remarks, made to donors at a private fundraiser in May, came to light in a recent video. Romney told Fox News: “I know some believe that government should take from some to give to the others. I think that’s an entirely foreign concept.”
There are doubts in local GOP circles that Romney can prevail, and could cause other local GOP candidates to lose in November.
“That would be a worst case scenario,” stated David Schuler, Communications Director for the Cascade County Republican Central Committee.
Mitt Romney, born March 12, 1947, is a Pisces, with a Scorpio Moon and Gemini Rising. Romney has no planets in earth signs, which shows a person who lacks common sense, grounding and unable to connect with the common people.
Astrologers have known from day one that Romney was not a leader and would want to run, hide or self-destruct when he won the nomination at the Republican Convention, his transiting South Node was conjunct his Gemini Rising. An uncomfortable place for the South Node to be for Romney
Romney’s progressed Moon has entered his Twelfth house, and shows a time of unraveling, a time of enforced changes.
In October, he will have periods that favor his personality and he will inspire his followers. Then, out of the blue, something disturbing occurs; unexpected information comes out about him and some of his past associations that will not be flattering.
During the up-coming presidential debates expect more “verbal gaffes” and a major stumble which could further derail his bid for the Presidency.
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