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Posted on 04/30/2012 3:44:52 PM PDT by knarf
..and do we have the numbers and the clout to pull it off?
There isn't the time or the money to gather the numbers and create the clout to pull it off an upset in the Presidential arena.
Congress and the Senate are local and with organized, grassroots involment those elections can have a more conservative victory.
We have the time for organization and preparation to have "clout" in 2016. That is an effort that cannot wait until we're angry at the outcome of the primary season. It must begin November 7, 2012 and continue uninterrupted.
But in 2012 the only viable choices for the WH are Romney or Obama.
We should at least begin to accept the fact that when it comes to ousting Obama from the White House: We must go into this battle with the army we've got. ----
If we choose to spread out our troops and dilute their effectiveness, we will lose this battle completely and that loss will affect all of us for generations.
First link: “I don’t know what the administration is thinking”.
Second: half decent political ad.
Third: “I must say I scratch my head at the capacity of the president to take four hours off on such a regular basis to go golfing”
That’s it? That’s a pit bull?
And I'm sure you'll share your polling data with us, right?
So Cheney, Palin, Rush, Hannity, Newt, Perry, Levin, etc, etc, etc, have all "suppressed reason". Do you really think you know better than ALL of these people?
>>Because my vote is a sacred franchise for which I am accountable to God, not to you.<<
And of course, because you are running for President yourself.
I don’t know about Campaign finance laws and all that but maybe you should be a bit more open when posting threads and reply against your opponents.
Rush, Hannity and Perry? Gosh I hope so!
He says in a morally superior tone in support of the socialist former governor of Massachusetts.
Seems like even Rush has said any one of the candidates would be better than BO. He had two exceptions as I recall. I think Ron Paul and Huntsman.
>>Thats it? Thats a pit bull?<<
Like I said, first three on a Bing search.
Just because the MSM doesn’t report something, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
And boughs that will not bend, will surely break and kill the tree.
Listen, I’ll make it easy for you.
The people you mentioned stated at the outset they would support whom ever the Republican nominee would be, that is for them to decide.
Try and stay on topic, this is a conservative site and we are discussing conservative votes - whom for and whom against.
If conservatives had rallied around the conservatives in the race and not the GOP chosen candidate, Romney would not be the nominee.
In the purest sense, any conservative who votes for Romney has suspended reason.
If you wish that to mean I know better, so be it.
Personally, I think you are desperate to justify your vote for that liberal called Romney.
Hey Al, which shake of his Etch-A-Sketch did those Romney quotes come from?
I do so love to read your pointless gibberish/s
Gosh Mame you must have got religion...
Heres what you told me 2 years ago...
To: Tennessee Nana
whatever you say. sounds like you are a typical man hating dyke. not surprising your religious views Ive seen lately. In fact, id say you dont even have any true religious views, but only man hating views that spill over into religious topics.
39 posted on Sunday, June 06, 2010 4:43:42 PM by mamelukesabre (Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum (If you want peace prepare for war))
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To: Tennessee Nana
This is not your religion forum and your personal moderator is not here to cover your backside. Take not of that fact and watch yourself. I will not let you turn this thread into you vs me. but i am not likely to let you use your religion as your shield either. Your brand of religion is about as respectable as that of the tree hugging whale worshippers version of religion. You should read Kagans words. You might find some things to your liking.
63 posted on Sunday, June 06, 2010 7:07:38 PM by mamelukesabre (Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum (If you want peace prepare for war))
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And I think a vote for Obama is treason.
You’re a dike hating man.....hahahahahahah
It’s another McCain event.
The VP thing will work as well as it did the last time.
It’s a free country, and I have just as much right to express my opinion as you do.
And I know the laws that govern elections much better than you do, that’s obvious.
Aren’t you one of the “Flying Imams” who are on the Mormon threads?
We agree and I am not voting for BHO.
TennNana...some insults are just....well, silly. Those you just quoted directed to you fall in that category.
A vote for a 3rd party is a vote for BO, and you know it.
Which of these would leave our nation in better shape by the end of 2016?
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See what ya get from RomneyBots in the off years ???
So you believe Romney is really engaging in serious attacks on Obama somewhere, and we just missed it, LOL?
Come on, now. You know what Romney is and what he’s about. Vote for him, that’s your decision, of course. But don’t try to make the quisling out to be something he isn’t. It’s embarrassing.
Remember the other week, when Ted Nugent went off on Obama.....Romney hurried to assert that the most important thing was remaining civil. Yeah......pit bull.
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In 2008 Goode lost his seat, being defeated by Democrat Tom Perriello by 727 votes (0.24% of over 316,000 votes cast). While Goode won 13 of the district's 20 counties and independent cities, Perriello's margin of victory was decided in the district's more urbanized areas. Goode won only one independent city in the district, Bedford, but by only 16 votes. Ultimately, Goode could not overcome a combined 19,000-vote deficit in the Charlottesville area (Charlottesville and surrounding Albemarle County), where Perriello is from.
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This guys just another political hack trying to work his way into the "elites". Whatta a klutz.
I am always amused when presented with who Romney actually is, somehow he is misquoted.
Not saying you are doing that.
>>And I know the laws that govern elections much better than you do, thats obvious.<<
I’m a MI homeschooling mom and don’t really have a clue about it. Why should I? However, I do know that when someone is running for office, they will use any forum to belittle their opponents. It seems to me that morally a candidate would make it clear that the person is an opponent, especially here on FR. We’re like family. It may bring you votes or it may let people see why you fight hard against the leading candidate.
Open and honest wins the race!
Sorry, I’m not bending so far as to support a gun-banning socialist pro-homosexual pro-choice democrat.
You’re bending over so far that you’re not even part of the same tree any more.
>>So you believe Romney is really engaging in serious attacks on Obama somewhere, and we just missed it, LOL?<<
Two people on this thread heard them.
If you haven’t, perhaps some research will enlighten you.
It doesn’t seem to matter for many. The GOP out maneuvered the Tea Party and they would rather throw a tantrum than get a communist muslim out of the White House.
The damn gingerbread man for all I care.Hes got as much chance.LOLOLOLOLOL
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You made it about Newt while at the same time insulting Paul. I know he isnt going to win, just like I know it will either be Obama or Romney.
and more palatable too...
Sorry, I’m not going to toot my own horn in every post. Live with it.
We do not have a constitutional republic now. The executive ignores it and has czars and agencies usurping legislative powers, the judiciary invents stuff that isn’t constitutional, the legislative has pushed us 15 trillion in debt and we don’t have annual budgets anymore. Plus they just passed a huge law that forces people to buy a private product or be fined and jailed, citing ‘the commerce clause’ and ‘general welfare’.
Now the IRS will be able to take your guns away simply by claiming a person owes more than fifty grand in taxes. No proof or judge required.
Tell me we have a constitutional republic.
Oh and seriously, there doesn’t have to be too much ‘Pit Bull’ in pointing out the simple facts of Obama. Sometimes just pointing speaks for itself.
Most of us knew that EternalVigilance was running for office. Sorry you haven't kept up.
That's the meme, right? Some folks are determined to do what they know is right, to hold to their Christian values, even though it's a difficult time. And others mock them for being "morally superior", self-righteous, etc.
Godless leftwingers behave that way. Why would you want to?
You’ve been a Congressman? I checked and couldnt find it. Or are you throwing away the Republican Party (only national party with a chance at reducing the size of government) because some local board member hurt your feelings?
Peel away one layer of lies from Romney’s abortion position and to the core he’s the exact same pro-choice democrat he has always been.
>>Most of us knew that EternalVigilance was running for office. Sorry you haven’t kept up. <<
Oh it’s alright, I’m kind of busy with the end of the school year and all.
But I wouldn’t want anyone else to be lost like I was, especially when reading one of these type of threads.
Open and honest, that’s my motto!
I have very little respect for most politicians. Nothing here has changed that.
No, a vote for a third party is a vote for a third party.
A vote for someone other that the liberal called Romney is just a vote not for the liberal called Romney.
There is no such thing as a wasted vote.
Do you also trust Dick Cheney's judgement on homosexual marriage?
I personally love Dick Cheney. But I don't let anyone influence how I vote. I think for myself. None of these people are perfect; they're flawed individuals, as we all are. Make up your own mind.
There are quite a few suffering from Mormon Derangement Syndrome, and I think she would be happier indulging in it.
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