GOP Sells Romney Out After Loss





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Published on Nov 24, 2012

"Republicans are over it.

And most of them aren't doing much mourning for Mitt Romney.

Just over a week since the two-time Republican presidential hopeful failed to deny President Obama a second term, instead of offering up condolences for a candidate who garnered 48 percent of the popular vote, GOP leaders seem to be keeping Romney at arm's length.

"I've never run for president -- I've lost elections but never for the presidency -- and I'm sure it stings terribly," New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie said in an interview Friday morning with MSNBC, but added: "When you lose, you lost."*

Mitt Romney lost the election and former Republican supporters are now turning on him, blaming him and not the party for the loss. Is this fair? Was there a more viable Republican candidate? Steve Oh (COO of The Young Turks) and Jimmy Dore (The Jimmy Dore Show) break down the realities of the situation.

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