Not gonna vote R, because the candidate is not conservative enough. ok, so we will vote 3rd party, because, you know, that candidate is more conservative, because, we, you konw, need to stand firm on the issues, because we care about the unborn.
So, we will vote 3rd party, and therefore, because of our vote, the most liberal candidate, her royal highness, will become president, and THEN the voters will get what they deserve, a president who will appoint abortion activist judges from the SC down to the municipal level, not to mention rubber stamping EVERYTHING Ried, and Pelosi come up with
That will show em, yeah.
Oh, and our cause, just as it is, will be advanced light years.
Reminds me of how R's got so mad at Foley and Hastert last October Suprise that they sat out the election.
They were mad at homosexuals...so what did they get?
A Speaker from gay San Francisco!
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.
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.
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.
your post is totaly wrong you should refer to her as her Royal Thighness, shees get it right will ya. everything else is on the money, but some people just cant see past one issue. Say hello to President Hitlery.
Not going to vote R because R is a liberal and would effectively turn both parties into pro-abortion parties hostile to pro-life legislation.
And, you don't seem to grasp the fact that liberal Republicans are FAR more likely to get liberal legislation passed than a Democrat. Republicans would stop liberal legislation advanced by Hillary Clinton and do nothing to stop it if Giuliani was pushing it.
And, a Hillary Presidency if far more likely to result in a Republican majority in Congress than a Giuliani one, which guarantees Republican will remain in the minority for likely another decade.
From Christie Todd Whitman to Michael Bloomberg to Arnold Schwarzenegger, electing RINOs to office is a proven disaster.