Skip to comments.Santorum Skedaddles and Conservatives Sell the Cause into Communist Captivity.
Posted on 04/18/2012 8:22:03 PM PDT by true believer forever
The primary is over right? Who cares about massive Mitt voter manipulation or lies on behalf of Romney by the GOP? Thats just politics right? If it was good enough for Obama, its good enough for us?
No. Its called corruption. And if you are a patriot, try looking your children in the eye when you explain why you bought mere words that purchased a more entrenched tyrannical socialist government that will be even harder to turn back in four years. That is assuming we even HAVE elections in four years.
There were 3,000 that stayed with Washington in the winter of 1776 when 30,000 had left and abandoned their dream of freedom for the comforts of home and family. Daily Caller, Right to Life, and the rest of conservative media who have decided to ignore the REAL battle against the GOP establishment are entitled to do as they will. I wont.
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Newt has been around too long and has not done a thing that would give anyone any reason to believe him now. That would be his fault, not the voters. Newt can’t even manage his campaign. He and Callista are elite and selfish. The campaign is a book tour for her.
Santorum hasn’t been a Governor and has not shown executive experience, well, neither has Newt, his ventures are belly up.
Face reality. if people were bullish on Newt, he wouldn’t be over, yet he is.
He is over. In this race, when you flame out, you are over.
Here’s reality: Newt Gingrich is the only person running for President with a record of initiating and achieving conservative change in Washington, D.C.
When Newt was in Congress, President George H.W.Bush had decided to announce he would work with the Congress and raise taxes, thus violating his Read my lips... promise. Congressman Gingrich wouldn’t support that action. I view Newt’s act as conservative, and not the action of a RINO.
Newt Gingrich is pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment and loves America and understands its citizens. As a historian, he thoroughly knows the U.S. Constitution and our nation’s history.
He allied himself with Ronald Reagan to build the Reagan Coalition, the Religious Right, and the Republican majority (together the Reagan Revolution) which directly led the downfall of the Soviet Union, the Contract with America, government reforms, less government, tax cuts, a balanced budget, and the great, longstanding Reagan economy.
Washington is broken, it doesn’t work the way it is supposed to and Newt said, if elected, he will work to change the way Washington does business. You better believe the elitists who suck money off of government contracts are terrified he will be elected.
“He is over.”
The Hell he is. There are four months until the convention in Tampa. That can equal a lifetime in politics, and as I said the day before Santorum suspended his campaign, anything can and will happen between then and today.
Newt is over.
He was over months ago. But you can keep on sending him your money. He isn’t a good candidate to represent conservatives. That is why he isn’t winning. It isn’t the message, it is the messenger.
Maybe some day we will get a good candidate that can win.
>>...The problem is that we dont have a good conservative candidate that people want to vote for...<<
True, the whole (R) slate of candidates was uninspiring. Who picked those candidates? Did they volunteer? Did some nameless/faceless power-broker arrange it? Were there other better candidates who were blocked -or- just not interested?
I’m not sure how much say in the matter we peons have in the selection or primary candidate selection process, but it seems to me (unless someone has heard different) that this time we just sat back and let someone else fill that “candidate menu” out for us. What I mean by that (and I’m as much in the dark as the next guy) is that I show up on primary election day and I have a list of candidates to select from that I had no say in — primarily because I don’t know *how* to have a say in it.
If we want better candidates, I think *we* need to find them, groom them, propose them, support & promote them fervently. But that’s just another thing that’s easier said than done.
>>...However, we have one man standing ready and capable to take on those fights, but he needs the Peoples support. That man is Newt Gingrich...<<
I admire your optimism! As I’ve said from the beginning of this primary season, I’m voting for whoever opposes Obama on the GOP ticket. At this point, I’d love for that to be Newt!
Your idea of a good conservative, one that believes in the rule of law and the constitution. LMAO
BTW... How did your donations work out? LOL
I totally agree with you. It isn’t the conservative message, but we do need a person that people can trust to carry that word.
It will take exactly what you said in order to do it.
Old has beens, people that are not seasoned enough, won’t work.
I am not going to argue about Newt or Santorum anymore. It is a waste.
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