He has a liberal record on issues like abortion and gay rights, but I doubt he has the same degree of fanaticism about them as Obama does--and he would be bucking his party rather than being supported by it as Obama would be. On racial issues, I don't see him as deliberately trying to worsen race relations like Obama has been doing.
On the military and America's standing in the world, he doesn't have much of a record, but is it really plausible to think he would be as bad as Obama? Would he bow to the king of Saudi Arabia? Would he talk as if he thinks the US is no better than any other country, like Obama has? I don't think so.
On the economy, he would certainly be much better than Obama--he wouldn't be trying to destroy the free enterprise system in order to get to socialism, he wouldn't be invoking class warfare all the time.
Yes, I wish we had a real conservative who could beat Obama in the fall, but the ones who could have done so opted not to run. We need to focus on how bad another four years of Obama will be.
Everyone “knows” Pepsi-lite is better for you than Pepsi. Yet Pepsi outsells Pepsi-lite ...everywhere, all the time.
Obama will clean the streets with his Caucasian Mini-me..... The GOP-e won’t know what hit them.
The latest contretemps have certainly focussed my mind. This “threat display” by Il Douche is the last straw. I will hold my nose and vote for Romney. He just couldn’t hate America as badly as Il Douche.
There you go again with the reason and logic. You need to quit doing that before you make me change my mind.
All kidding aside, you're making better points about how a Romney presidency would compare to a second Obama term, than anyone I've encountered in the last 12 months.
I'm afraid that I can't argue with you, though I detest Mitt.