Mitt Romney went out with style on election night, only to reemerge as the same out of touch elitist we always knew he was. If there was any doubt whether America made the right decision on election night, those doubts were quickly dismissed by Romney’s call with donors, during which he lamented how President Obama won because of all the “gifts” he promised blacks, Hispanics, young people, and women. What kind of gifts, you ask? For young people, Romney noted that Obama promised to lower interest rates on college loans. None of what Romney said in his call with donors about ‘gifts’ is surprising since we all got a glimpse into his disdain for much of the electorate with his 47 percent comment. What was surprising, however, was what ABC News revealed today, that former President Bill Clinton told Romney after the election that he thought Romney was going to win. Romney recounts the conversation with Clinton: I spoke with president Clinton the day before yesterday, he called and spent thirty minutes chatting with me. He said a week out I thought you were going to win. And he said, but the hurricane happened, and it gave the president a chance to be presidential, and to look bipartisan, and you know he got a little more momentum, and of course he also said that when he was watching Ann speak at the Republican convention, he decided he was tempted to join the Republican Party. Slick w***y will always be Slick w***y, I guess. No one should expect him to be any other way. Clinton could’ve been just yanking Romney’s chain, being kind, but it does cause one to wonder.