Skip to comments.Bye Bye GOP-E been NOT NICE "knowing" you.
Posted on 04/25/2012 8:06:02 AM PDT by US Navy Vet
I am "Divorcing" the GOP-E and "Republican Party" effective TODAY!
Rinos chose the blue pill
Conservatives chose the red
We see the machine is the monster
And the America we grew up in is dead
This is no popularity contest
But a lifelong war we will endure...
GENTLEMEN. Our Kings are Corrupt.
So then, let Our Revolution be Pure.
“Note”? What are you talking about?
I’m happy to hear you’re a believer, truly. But please, don’t play victim when you get as good as you send.
LOL, I wish you speed then!
I’m sorry, I’m not going to align myself with an abortion-enabler and a homosexual lover. Romney’s a liberal, and the GOP is completely corrupt.
No victims in this room.
Good Lord, but you’re an angry person.
Smile, God loves you.
Color me puzzled. This one got zotted for things like this:
“With ALL the people on here willing to vote for Obama Im really starting to wonder whats happening here.”
I’ve wondered the same thing.
I think many good freepers are afraid to even post much here anymore. I know I am. I’m sot of laying low until after the election.
LOL, okay, Rex. Have fun playing.
I did the same thing after the 2011 primaries. I had a gut feeling what was coming for the 2012 Election from the GOPe and just couldn’t justify staying in the GOP any longer. As far as I’m concerned the GOPe now has an unspoken pro abortion pro homosexual litmus test for important national offices (i.e. pres, senator, with a few obvious exceptions) and is big government and craps on its social conservative base every chance it gets. Sorry I’m now independent until a viable Third Party replaces the GOP just like the GOP replaced the Whigs.
I am not voting for Obama because I dont believe in what he stands for. I am not voting for Mitt because I dont trust him, and I dont like what hes done as a governor. In both cases it is the candidates fault I am not voting for them.
And please, Mitt is not there with conservatives 80% of the time. Hes the most liberal of all the candidates that were running.
However you want to put it you and people like you are enabling Obama to win, something our country just can't afford.
Sugar coat it any way you want, you might as well go to an Obama rally and start passing out his stuff.
Nothing wrong with my manners, or knowledge. I have no intuition of voting for Romney, he will either win by a landslide or lose in a blowout, but in either case I won't have affected the race in any way. What I will do is cast a vote in defiance of the GOPe that you seem so enamored with. The 2010 Election told them nothing, except they should marganilize those TEA Party rednecks before they upset their gravy train, and it appears that they manage that with ease.
Where will you make your stand? The train station, The gate, The shower?
I want to win, not lose.
I am not enamored with Mr. Romney. But he’s gonna be the guy.
The shower sounds good, though.
I did not now you were running, what party?
You comment reminds me of depression era voters that I knew that didnt want to throw away their vote, meaning they wanted to vote for whomever they thought would win, thereby they could claim to have won.
"Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost. -- John Quincy Adams
Nice post. Nice quote!
I still want to win and place Mr. Obama out to pasture.
Actually, I believe it is.
Consider this, wherein I show five ways a State Statute conflicts with the State Constitution; in my investigations, the way to challenge the constitutionality of the statute is to find a case where the statute is being used (or get charged w/ it) so that you have "standing." In so doing, the only way to challenge it is to fight from a position of weakness, already giving the statute some credibility.
So, we cannot fight for the constitution (state or federal) in a "legitimate manner" and thereby are we made slaves to those who wish to exercise authority by our very own adherence to "the law."
>Fixing government by traditional means is not even an option.
This is true; I found a way a state statute violates the state constitution no less than 5 ways... and there’s no real way for me to challenge it.
(Apparently I’d have to get myself charged w/ violating it in order to gain standing.)
The Obama altrrnative is a nightmare. Cliche. I know.
ping for later
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