I can't support Romney, and obviously not Obama, who is even worse, because both are anti-Constitutional Liberals.
That no more makes one an O-bot than it makes one Swiss Cheese.
It does not matter what party letter follows their names, their demonstrated policies are alike on several seminal issues, and Mitt's 11th hour conversion just isn't credible with me.
The GOP and Romney can't out-Obama Obama, they can only appeal to a different segment of the population so they will end up competing for the same vote. ...And we've see this 'out-democrat the liberals' gambit before. Each time it has (re-)elected the Democrat.
No Conservative can embrace Mitts historical stances on the issues, and the GOP knows it, and while I often assumed ignorance or myopia on the part of party elites in the past, this time I don't.
Now, I see malice toward our Constitution and the American way of life. Now, I see a different group who want their socialist leader in power so they get the 'dachas' and the high life, and damn all else.
It's all about who gets the control between the two parties, not about returning any control to the people.
Both Parties have been hijacked.
At this point, if 'none of the above' was a possible ballot choice, I think it would be the winner.
How many elections since Ronald Reagan was in office that that has been a true statement?
Reagan was my very first vote, proudly so at age 19 in 1980.
It was the last time I actually voted "for" a President.