Skip to comments.Why Romney Can't Win
Posted on 04/22/2012 10:08:57 AM PDT by katiedidit1
I'm backing Newt and hoping for a brokered convention, where Romney's lead in the polls will mean NOTHING. The remaining candidates plead their cases to the convention, and as we've seen, Newt SLAUGHTERS everyone in a debate. And it's more than that. I've never been a big fan of Newt's, but he's done one thing better than anyone else; he ATTACKS AND THE ATTACKS STICK. And when the opposition attacks, he blocks the shot and unloads even harder.
THAT is what it's going to take to beat Obama. Anything less, and we can kiss our country and our asses goodbye.
(Excerpt) Read more at nopcradio.com ...
"People say that Mitt Romney is a flip-flopper. I think thats very unjust. I think hes been a very consistent politician. He consistently works both sides of the street on the same issue. He is consistently cynical and expedient and self-serving."
- C. J. Doyle, President of Catholic Action League of Massachusetts
He couldn’t beat McCain.
So how come, he’s got no real opponents then?
This poster would really, really like to see Romney clobbered for the ruthless, self-centered egotistical CREEP he is.
But I don’t see it happening. So unless and until someone with actual b@lls stands up to him, he seems the most powerful champion for our side.
So be it.
DEFEAT OBAMA. Nothing less, nothing more.
America first 2012.
The entire truth of this argument, distilled down into just eighteen words. Brilliant.
So who do you support in November?
Or did you not think ‘brilliantly’ about that part?
Pick a lane.
Well, the simple reason he hasn't had real opposition so far is that the Republican Party intentionally crushes any sort of principled conservative leadership, or even any close facsimile thereof.
Of course, the real campaign hasn't even started yet.
Maybe your side, but not mine.
Yes, I recall Mitt saying that. Yet, we're surrounded by so-called conservatives who insist that we vote for this spineless, vacuous, liberal quisling.
They don't seem to get that what they're really doing, is giving the Republican establishment permission to move the party even further to the left. By 2020, they'll be running avowed Communists and telling us it's for the good of the country.
How can you say that, when she never came out to fight him? If she'd run in the primary, and Romney were still in the lead at this point, then I'd agree with you.
"Our" side? What makes you think that Romney's on our side?
I'll take door number three. The same one the Framers took. The other two may be marked differently, but they lead to the same place.
#46 - Excellent post! In a race between a candidate that supports tariffs and one that supports gays and abortion, I’ll gladly suffer the former’s “vice”.
in November, when the choice comes down to Mitt or Zero, there is no way I’m going to do anything that helps Zero have a second term. Even if that means voting for Mitt.
Hot damn!!! Someone on here who realizes that this great Republic cannot stand 4 more years of B. Hussein Obama. I will not be voting for Mitt so much as I will just be voting against Obama. And I’ll do that by voting for someone who actually has a chance to defeat Obama and send his sorry ass back to Chicago; not by voting for Herman Humperdink on the “Dawn’s Early Light” Party.
WOW!!! This article is published by the NOPC Network. If all 14 people who read NOPC publications vote for Newt, he’ll probably end up with the nomination.
Do I need the sarcasm tag?
I know math.
...staying home and not voting is the mathematical equivalent to voting for Zero and I won't do that.
See post #75.
It's like the difference between Clinton and Zero. Clinton was a criminal out for himself. Zero is a true believer doing it for the cause.
If Zero wins again. Game Over!
See post #75.
I cannot imagine the blindness and fear that would overlook Romney's absolute faults and allow a vote for him. I can see where folks have hitched their wagons to Gingrich (though he is not Conservative enough by half), but Romney does not have a single attribute to attract a conservative *at all*.
Oh, Horse crap!
I know math.
According to your statement above: no, you don't. A null vote is not the same as a vote *for* Obama. it is null. It has no potential.
And anyway, why stay home when there is a Conservative choice (and pssst! that ain't Romney)?
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