Skip to comments.Vanity: Primary Challenge Romney in 2016 if he does not govern as a Conservative
Posted on 03/30/2012 8:33:52 AM PDT by Thunder90
So if Romney wins the primary, we need to support him. However, us Freepers have many reservations about the guy. So, in exchange for our support, conservatives reserve the right to challenge Romney in the 2016 primary if he does not govern as a conservative.
we need to support him-—————
try that propaganda on someone else.
I won’t comply.
I will not vote for Obamney.
Well said. We need to get anyone but Romney in as the Republican candidate, and vote that person in.
So long as we keep playing the Establishment’s game, we will lose.
there *is* a possibility that he would govern more conservatively than he did in Massachussetts -——
There *is* a possiblity that Obama’s birth certificate is a forgery.
There *is* a possiblity that Obama’s a Christian,no wait, if ‘you shall know them by their deeds’, that’s not a possibility.
Mitt Romney will NEVER occupy the Oval Office. Therefore, any primary challenge to him in 2016 will be as one candidate against another - neither being an incumbent.
jesus said it best— “ the tree is known by its fruit”
I agree on both counts. Frankly I would plan to primary him regardless, to keep his squish feet to the fire. But America will not survive another Obama term, 2-3 more leftist Justices, etc.
4 days from the WIS primary and we got a WIS guy talkin’ ‘bout ‘16
A. whom do you mean by ‘we’?
B. ya prob didn’t participate in ‘12
C. so ya prob won’t participate in ‘16
D. ‘16 is already underway without ya
Yeah, and what happened was, people didn't hold their noses and we got Bobo. And now Mittens.
You're not loud enough, look at the votes. They aren't going your way. They're not going my way. It's sad, but reality.
I don't think the solution in the fall is to get into a snit and "let Obama win," he'll probably win anyway because of the "historical nature" of his presidency. Every effort should be made by conservatives, libertarians, teapartiers and the rest opposed to his radicalism and failed policies to make his reelection as difficult as possible.
I'm happy (relieved?) to be in a state where it won't matter how I vote because if my vote determines how my state goes, it's a landslide election.
If I may seriously answer this question, he might govern differently as president because a) America is not Massachussetts and b) he might have one or both congressional houses in Republican hands instead of Democrat hands.
I'm not under any illusion that Romney would be far less conservative than I would like but there *is* a possibility that he would govern more conservatively than he did in Massachussetts because he has a different constituency and a different congress."
Keywords here are 'might govern differently'. Our country is at stake. Why would we gamble on the idea that a RINO 'might' decide not to be one? Talk is cheap & he is now talking like a Conservative and blowing a ton of money trying to be President. Obama talked a good game too & he got elected. This looks like an Obama clone to me & I'm not buying it.
What you mean "we", kemosabe??
Getting ahead of ourselves.
I don't vote for Socialist liars. FReepers don't let other FReepers vote to slit their own throats.
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