He doesn't understand why people ultimately rejected him in favor of Obama.
Call it premonition.
For the last two years, Mittens' campaign said it was all about jobs, creating jobs, helping the working class live better. (Search "Bump In The Road" on YouTube to see a representative campaign ad.) Mittens was going to be a hero of the underclass.
Now, if you look over here, you will see Mr. Stuart Stevens. Stevens was a high-level advisor to Romney's campaign. And on Wednesday, he wrote an op-ed piece for the Washington Post. Mr. Stevens, you're on the air. What would you like to say?
"On Nov. 6, Mitt Romney carried the majority of every economic group except those with less than $50,000 a year in household income. That means he carried the majority of middle-class voters. While John McCain (who got 2 mil more votes than Romney last election.... -- G) lost white voters under 30 by 10 points, Romney won those voters by seven points, a 17-point shift. The Republican Party has problems, but as we go forward, let's remember that any party hat captures the majority of the middle class must be doing something right. Republican ideals -- Mitt Romney -- carried the day."
Stevens also said the reason anyone who wasn't white middle class (women, Latinos, gays, etc.) voted for Obama was because, "a charismatic African American president with a billion dollars, no primary and a media that often felt morally conflicted about being critical. How easy is that to replicate?" Maybe they voted for Obama because the R's implied any voter that isn't part of the white middle class is automatically inferior, as Stevens just implied above. Too bad they count the same as your precious superior votes, and they told Mittens to piss off.
Folks, I think it's safe to say we dodged a real bullet here.
"The Republican Party has problems."
Goddamn, son, ya think?