Follow this link. It speaks for itself.
Ok, I'll add some more perspective...
1.) By his own account, shouldn't he have won at least 53% of the vote? I mean, obviously 47% of the American people are on the dole and Obama has given them enough sops that they'll vote for him no matter what. That's a given...
But so, what happened to the rest of the actual Americans? Did they just stay home on election day? Surely everyone understood that the margin was only 3%, right?
What did he lose by again?
2.) I guess he's going for the moral victory thing? Or is it that he still just doesn't get it? Maybe he should read the "How to Win Elections" playbook again. I think they just released the revised edition and after each rule in it it now says, "Like Obama did in 2012."
3.) Did we learn anything from this experience Mitt/GOP? Because it doesn't feel like it. All this talk about re-tooling and/or rebranding the GOP for 2014 and 2016...if you don't view young voters, women, hispanics and "other core supporters" of Obama as voters worth attracting, let alone have compassion for them as fellow Americans worthy of your presidential leadership, guidance and, yes, PROTECTION...well, good luck with...uh...your piles of money...and...your top hat and monocle collecting...and...um...retirement?...or...what is it you do again?
4.) What does it say about you when one of the first people to denounce what you said is Scott Walker? And you're the Republican presidential nominee? Scott Freakin' Walker, for pete's sake!
5.) I take it you've already ruled out 2016?
One of the many things that money most definitely cannot buy is empathy. It's good to know that being financially rich is simply not enough to obtain the presidency. You have to have had enough life lessons and experiences that have fostered a sense of empathy for your fellow man as well.
Wow...I think just I put a hash in Bush's + column on that one.