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To: SunkenCiv

I’ll stick with Rick. I’m not quite ready to hold my nose and support Newt just yet. There is something to be said for decency.


45 posted on 01/22/2012 12:20:06 AM PST by Eagles6
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To: Eagles6
Amen! I couldn't agree more. Here in California, we conservatives elected a guy for governor, who as a candidate took on the media and promised to slash spending, and wooed us with his comments about the Dems in Sacramento being girly men. Like a bunch of love struck tweens, we chose this actor over a tried and trued conservative, Tom McClintoc.

Boy did we get screwed. Arnold was just an actor, playing the part of a conservative, just to get elected, and turned out to be the biggest girly man himself when it came to standing up to the Dems.

With Gingrich, I see the same thing taking place. The only difference I see between Gingrich and Schwarzeneggar, is Gingrich is shorter and doesn't have an Austrian accent.

This is why I support Santorum. He may not woo a crowd like Gingrich, but I know I can mostly trust what I'm voting for. Santorum isn't perfect either, but compared to Romney and Gingrich, he's head and shoulders above both when it comes to morals and character, which is the most important thing to me now when it comes to choosing a candidate.

I went the pragmatic route with Arnold, and after that experience, no more. If Rick doesn't make it to the California primary, I'm doing a write in, because I can't in good conscious vote for Rino Dee or Rino Dumb if I'm left with that kind of choice.

48 posted on 01/22/2012 7:39:30 AM PST by Victory Rocks (Obama's hope, is to tax all our change.)
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