It's up to Republican voters at the ballot box in November. Are they going to withhold their vote from the nominee because he's not the uniformly most perfect candidate, and let Obama cruise on in to a second term, or will they vote FOR the Republican nominee, and also give him a Republican House and Senate, with lots more conservatives, so they can get some good things done?
The problem with Romney is not that he’s far from the perfect candidate, but rather that as a candidate he’s not far from Obama.
When Newt & Perry both failed to get on the VA primary ballot it was clear there "were" dirty tricks coming from the GOPE.
I despise Mitt. But will vote for him is he wins the primary. If the race runs until the Convention, then don't count on Mitt. I have already told (not warned) the GOPE that if they force Mitt on us, this will be my last election as a GOP voter. Obozo must go, but GOPE must too.
because he’s not the uniformly most perfect candidate,
He’s not in the ballpark. He is a pro-abortion, pro-gay, anti-gun liberal. There is NO difference between him and obama. Why should conservatives allow the GOP to “use” us against to get they candidate, we don’t want, so they can get the candidate “they” want. I won’t play their game again. Romney lied, cheated, stole and destroyed good people and bought every vote he got. He can join acorn and buy from them.
Please, try giving us a few reasons to vote for Willard. A perfect candidate is impossible, but just pick a major issue.
Understatement of the year. Romney could run as a leftist democrat more easily than his flip flopping as a "republican".