Skip to comments.Independent voters and moderate sheep in the GOP are really Democrats. (Vanity)
Posted on 03/07/2012 2:56:22 AM PST by Mozilla
The country is suicidal now and in may ways is actively seeking some sort of conflict when Obama gets re-elected. I say conflict because re-electing Obama will bring problems and the good people who get what is happening won't stand by and let it go further.
But a lot of "misguided" people who might "dislike" Obama and vote "republican" are still wanting statist, government policies. So these idiots, no friends of mine, like losers like Romney, who is really Obama's twin brother.
Plus many of the primaries are is statist un-american states like Arizona, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Florida.
The tea party might as well leave the GOP and wipe itself clean of these operatives who will get Obama re-elected along with the libertarians. They should out all fake "tea party" people who went for Romney.
I see real problems down the road within the republican party by nominating Romney and by re-electing Obama. And should some how Romney win the general, the tea party will turn on him and they will even turn on the fakes who "run" the tea party.
We have Obama sheep and Romney Sheep. They are both Big government fools. And I sure am not. So I plan for problems because us conservatives are at the tipping point.
I'm hoping someone runs who I can support as 3rd party when Romney wins the nomination. Might as well go scorched earth on the RNC and DNC. Provide fireworks by hammering Romney as Obama's brother.
And I think we have idiots in both parties and that is why I am disliking both parties.
So these so-called Independents and moderates who want idiot Romney are really Democrats who are going to get Obama elected by nominating Romney. I'll even bet a few will change their minds and vote Obama. And it might happen when they realize Romney is no good. But being statist they'll favor Obama.
So basically I'm upset with these fools. And I don't doubt Obama fans voting for Romney in open primaries to help Obama out. Romney is the worst candidate who can take on Obama. I sure wouldn't support him and I won't because I can't defend him at all. It is a none choice between Romney and Obama. it is just picking which poison is the best to swallow down. And I'll take neither one.
So blame the idiot sheep for me voting third party in the fall. I'm still going to have my vote count.
I have long held contempt for “Independent” voters.
When I hear someone say “I vote the issues” I want to barf.
When I see a voter being interviewed two weeks before a general election, and they still haven’t made up their mind, I see a useless, brainless idiot.
There may have been once upon a time in this country where that might not have been the case, where one could genuinely vote for a Democrat congressman/senator, or be conflicted over the choice.
But from the mid-to-late Seventies onward, when the radicals started gaining traction in national politics, that all changed.
When Zell Miller retired, the lights went out. There is not another Democrat in this country who I could pull the lever for over the most corrupt, worst Republican.
This is no endorsement of Republicans in any way, just the realization that I could take any ballot, comfortably check off every “R” candidate and know it would take a little longer for the bus to go off the cliff.
But go off the cliff it eventually will.
I have finally come to the hard realization that being a little bit liberal is very much like being a little bit pregnant. Just like the progression of a pregnancy ends up (most of the time) in the birth of a child, the progression of liberalism is very much a one-way ratchet, in that every surrender to liberalism is ground lost, rarely to be regained.
In other words, Ive come to the conclusion that you reach the same degree of liberalism by being a bit liberal as you do by being fully liberal.
Having people like Scott Brown in office will eventually bring you to the same destination as having someone like Elizabeth Warren or Martha Coakley.
It just takes you longer to get there.
I agree. Lock and load.
You know, if it goes this way, all we can do is wait it out. Prepare. Watch it implode, then try to survive that to pick up the pieces and move on.
Perhaps it’s best not to attach the “conservative” brand name to the catastrophe that will inevitably ensue if this were to occur.
I count my blessings that I’m still relatively young and might be around to rebuild.
I also take solace in the presence of our Oathkeepers.
But I, at this point, do remain hopeful that conservatives can figure this one out, and soon. United we Stand, Divided We Fall we can now apply to our own situation here.
Well-stated. We’re all socialists/statists/totalitarians/criminals now FORCING our mandates on “free” people. In our lifetime there will never be a greater comprehensive internal encroachment on our freedom (by “americans” on americans) than Hillarycare/Romneycare/Obamacare/Totalitariancare. A 10th amendment totalitarian is just as much a domestic enemy of “freedom” as is a “commerce clause” collectivist. The “libertarians” should’ve been shouting this from the rooftops 60/60/24/7/365.
Count me in as a Third-Party voter if Mitt Romney is the nominee.
To me, it is just as evil voting for a proven Progressive Liberal like Mitt Romney and allowing him to become the face of the GOP as it is voting for a crypto Communist like Obama.
If Romney became president, he would end up not only destroying any influence the Tea-Party has in the GOP, he would end up destroying the GOP itself just like he did in MA as Governor.
The man has not changed.
A lot of us Independents are too conservative to join the GOP, while I am a lifelong Independent, more Republicans have changed to Independent as they move right and refuse to remain as formal members of Romney’s personal club.
I won’t be voting for Romney.