Skip to comments.Virgil Goode wins Constitution Party nomination
Posted on 04/25/2012 7:34:06 PM PDT by Halfmanhalfamazing
On Saturday, the Constitution Party nominated Virgil Goode, a former U.S. House member from Virginia, as its presidential candidate. He won the nomination on the first ballot with 203 out of 403 delegates. He defeated Darrell Castle of Tennessee, national vice chairman of the Constitution Party; Susan Ducey, a constitutional activist from Kansas; Laurie Roth, of Washington, a columnist and talk show host; and Robby Carr Wells of North Carolina, a former NCAA Division I football coach at Savannah State University. The final vote total was Goode 203, Castle 120, Wells 58, Ducey 15, Roth 6. Jim Clymer, the national chairman of the Constitution Party, was selected as the vice-presidential nominee.
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The Newt Sticker stays on my car until then, if not until Tampa.
I hear ya.. Got home at 2AM last night, started at 8AM this morning.. still going.. it’s 11PM now.
Spent most of my day repulling over 2 miles of cable at a location.. hot.. sweaty.. up and down a 12 ft ladder...
It’s not fun, but with the wife unable to work while the gears of government turn slowly (shes disabled, type 1, fibro and neropathy caught up with her) there is not much else I can do.
Well.. I could file chapter 7... But that is not the right thing to do.
Obozo DOES NOT give good speeches. Obozo panders to those he knows is already in his pocket. Anyone with more than two working brain cells to rub together is capable of listening to his “talk” and know that the man is a disaster.
Because you have so much influence with the GOP that they pushed a liberal down your throat, and you are justifying voting for him?
I won't vote for Romney.
You, know, personally, I don't know anyone who has or plans to. That's how much he is detested. And if my travels in the next months, I met someone who is - by the time they leave my sight, they would have changed their mind. That's a guarantee. But all bets are off, if they confess to being a liberal, which would more than likely, be the case.
Then you are voting for Uhbamuh.
My Wife got laid off last Monday and it will be pretty tight around here as well. You are not alone by a long shot.
Take care and don't lose sight of what's important. You and your Wife are fortunate to have each other. God Bless.
Try again. And be more abusive. That helps when you are trying to sell a crap liberal to a conservative.
Good luck with Virgil Goode... lol
But I do know that I've been campaigning against Romney and Obama, and will continue to do that.
Given a straight boolean* choice between Obama and Romney, I'd vote for Obama; the reasoning is simple: Obama and Romney are virtually identical policy-wise, so the only effect of "changing horses" is a [false] psychological perception of accomplishment. If we want the policies to be refuted, then we stand a much better chance if we don't have a weakening due to some people [who would otherwise contribute] believing that changing a 'D' to an 'R' *was* a [real] repudiation.
* -- Fortunately, the choice is not a boolean and even if Romney wins the Republican primary I can vote some third party, like cripplecreek.
>voting in such a way that reelects Obozo just destroys America.
Then why vote for Romney? Policy-wise he *is* Obama.
At the least having Obama as President provides a solidly rejected person in office; that is you won’t make excuses for him.
In Romney’s case, how long would it be before you would start rationalizing his bad-policies? (i.e. “I hate him, BUT the alternative was Obama.”)
Great. That chart was good. I copied and emailed it to those I know who don’t keep up.
Agree 100% and I will vote for (R)omney. He may be a RINO, but he doesn't hate our country and what it stands for like O and his classless wife.
Joining the army to avoid the draft?
Isn't that you what you mittbot are doing?
Here's some of your manipulative gibberish back that goes with that. The fact that it was "a conscience" and that it "was followed" doesn't mean the outcome is necessarily morally good or politically beneficial.
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