March 24, 2014 8:34 am -

It has been a tradition for losing presidential candidates to gracefully leave the stage after conceding defeat. The loser usually says something to the effect that “the people have spoken” and pledges his support to the winner.

Willard Romney doesn’t believe in that tradition.

Romney has been foaming at the mouth ever since his defeat in 2012. He has even gone so far as to join the growing list of Republicans who praise Vladimir Putin as a better President than Obama.

“I think Putin has outperformed our president time and time again on the world stage,” Romney told NBC News.

Sunday, on CBS’s Face the Nation, Romney told Bob Schieffer that “there isn’t a single country that respects the United States more today than it did when Mr. Obama took office in 2009.”

Governor Romney has a short memory. Anyone over the age of thirty remembers how much the U.S. was disparaged around the world during the presidency of George W. Bush. Approval of the U.S. by the people of Western Europe hit an all-time low. Anti-Americanism was running rampant.