Aristoshark saidFor Romney, anything is preferable to facing the fact that he lost because America just didn't want him as president. Aside from his right-wing nuttery, he came across as thoroughly creepy and unlikable.
3.9% is far from 1964, 1972 and 1984.
A loss is a loss is a loss, and Romney's loss to Obama was still considerable.
And contradicting the "big mo" you claimed above that he had on the eve of the election. He never had a big anything, except delusional overconfidence, and cheerleaders like Fox News that hoped their lies about the polling would become a self-fulfilling prophecy, by persuading Americans to jump on the bandwagon for their designated "winner".
Except you on the Right backed the designated loser. And are now trying to rationalize Romney's, and the GOP's, election failure.
I'll paste again this quote from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
, perfectly applicable to this Romney claim that external issues like Sandy & the IRS caused his loss:The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
But in ourselves, that we are underlings.
Shakespeare had it nailed, 400 years ago.