Skip to comments.27% of Republicans Would Vote for Pro-Life Third Party Instead of Giuliani (Proof Rudy CAN'T Win)
Posted on 10/04/2007 9:38:23 AM PDT by TitansAFC
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If it is true that the GOP base is voting on ONE SINGLE ISSUE (abortion) then we deserve to lose.
I myself will vote for ANY Republican running against the Hildabeast.
Unfortunately you fail to realize that it is the middle that decide elections
Nope. "Not gonna vote R," because I don't ever vote for liberals, R or D. I am a conservative and when the Republican party stops being the conservative party, it will have left me and I will no longer vote for its nominee.
According to the article: the former First Lady getting 46% of the vote, Giuliani with 30% and the third-party option picking up 14%. In head-to-head match-ups with Clinton, Giuliani is much more competitive.
Since 30 + 14 is only 44, it doesn't appear that Rudy can win even if there's no third party.
If Rudy had any class, he'd drop out of the race.
And, if conservatives vote for Giuliani and he is elected, they will get what they deserve -- a liberal working with Democrats to advance liberal legislation with NO resistance in Congress and while presiding over a shrinking minority in Congress. And, NO chance at conservative President for eight years or Republicans retaking Congress for at least a decade.
Depends on the OTHER views of the third pat pro life candidate.
If that was their only issue I would vote with the 73%
The announcement by Dr. Dobson is not intended to herald the impending support of a third-party candidate against both Hillary and Rudy. It is intended to torpedo Rudy’s nomination now, while something can be done about it.
You want a unified Republican party? Don’t nominate Rudy.
Republicans weren’t offered a similar choice to have nixed Perot prior to the ‘92 election. If Rudy gets the nod anyway, no one can say they weren’t warned.
If Hillary wins, she will push the SCOTUS so far left that conservative social issues will be history for at least a generation. I would much rather take my chances with SCOTUS appointees from Rudy than from Hillary.
You know it’s about countless issues more than just his rabid Pro-Abortion activism.
them principles look good, all polished and up on the mantle piece, gathering tarnish and rust during the next eight years of hell
Not as long as people like you throw up their hands and say it isn't possible. Other people refuse to give up the fight.
Many times a vote against is as logical as a vote for.
All of the CFR candidates should be invited to depart, post haste.
Once the covert Anti-American's are out of there, then we get about saving the country before its really too late.
but we still have our principles
-—”them principles look good, all polished and up on the mantle piece, gathering tarnish and rust during the next eight years of hell”-—
You’re right, who needs principles?
They only get in the way.......
Actually, it’ll be thanks to liberal republicans who insist on imposing their liberalism on the GOP.
I agree...I don’t believe Rudy can win anyway...of course, Dobson has said he won’t support Thompson either...which I feel is a mistake on his part.
But, a non-vote or a vote for a third party is a vote for the democrat
>>According to the article: the former First Lady getting 46% of the vote, Giuliani with 30% and the third-party option picking up 14%. In head-to-head match-ups with Clinton, Giuliani is much more competitive.
Since 30 + 14 is only 44, it doesn’t appear that Rudy can win even if there’s no third party.<<
46-44 is a statistical tie, with 10% still outstanding. He very much could win.
Wrong. It's proof 30% of Republicans are IDIOTS that or at the least the percentage of those Republicans that are conservative that would vote for Giuliani are.
Liberal Republicans do far more damage than liberal Democrats. A liberal Republican has a far better chance of getting liberal legislation passed than Hillary Clinton does. A liberal Republican will guarantee Republicans become a shrinking minority in Congress while Hillary Presidency would set the stage for massive Republican gains.
The best option would for all conservatives to get behind a strong conservative, third-party candidate, who in this scenario could win.
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