From a super-conservative Republican perspective, consider the following:
During the Republican Primaries, the absolute hatred of Mitt Romney was constant and continuous. Where all the ultra-conservative Republicans are strict Christians, Mitt Romney is a lifelong Mormon, where there can be no possible compatibility with conservative Christian beliefs. THAT alone should have immediately eliminated Romney as the Republican candidate!
In addition, Romney had often severely criticized views held by ultra-conservative Republicans, but in order to get the Nomination, he had to change many positions to claim to become extremely conservative. But most people feel that Romney will revert to being somewhat of a centrist or a moderate immediately after the Election, especially since his experience as a businessman assures that he knows that extremely conservative views generally hurt all business efforts.
The ultra-conservative Republicans also watched as Romney spent enormous amounts of money for negative advertising to destroy each of the other Republican candidates during their Primaries. It was so grisly, and the fact that none of the other candidates could spend even a fraction of what the rich Romney was spending that there was never any real doubt that Romney would 'buy' the Republican Nomination! But we have to think that all those other Republicans have memories of the cruel and relentless negative advertising that Romney used to ensure getting that Republican Nomination. Once they see him in action as President, they are each and all likely to see that their early opinions of Romney were correct, and it is hard to imagine any other Republican politician ever wanting to be a friend of Romney, or of agreeing with him or standing up for him. During their Republican Convention, the various speakers seemed to be more focused on promoting their own futures, as was noted that Chris Christie never even mentioned Romney during the first 17 minutes of the (alleged) nominating speech. It seemed clear at the time that there must have been some difficulty in finding ANY major Republican who might be willing to give that Nominating speech for Romney! Apparently Christie was the best they could find, and he seemed to be mostly promoting himself for 2016!
Additionally, Romney chose an ultra-conservative Republican, Paul Ryan, as his Vice-Presidential candidate. As the ultra-conservative Republicans quickly find that they cannot work with Romney, and they certainly never had any respect for him, they will certainly see that they have what they see as an ideal Vice President ready to take command if and when something happens to Romney.
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And whether or not a culprit is found, in other words, even if anyone might ever later discover that this was all a large plot, none of it would be reversible, where Ryan WOULD then become the President for probably three years.
Personally, I already plan to permanently move to New Zealand if Ryan becomes President and the Congress is wildly Tea Party, as I do not see how anyone could then keep them from totally destroying the United States of America.
A more complete discussion of those events of the second term of President George W Bush are at Safety of the President.
The Neo_Conservatives today truly hate Romney, where they just seemed to dismiss W. It sure seems likely that they WILL look for some way for Romney to have 'an accident', particularly since their favorite Ryan would then immediately become President (which is clearly what they have always REALLY wanted anyway!)
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