Now those who won't vote for this years GOP nominee will get us Obama again—only this time an unrestrained by reelection concerns anti-American Communist Obama hell bent on destroying our nation once and for all.
High price for pride and petulance.
Please explain how Romney is going to be able to win the election when the votes are being tallied by a company owned by a Spanish business owned and managed by European communists-socialist, massive vote fraud has been uncovered in manu U.S. jurisdictions where there are more voter registrations than there are eleigible voters to vote, where the U.S. Attorney General refuses to prosecute vote fraud crimes, and legitimate Republican votes are illegally removed from the ballot boxes until the Democrat candidate has a winning margin?
Your fear-mongering screed to try and scare Conservatives into voting for Romney out of fear of Obama is right out of the machine Playbook.
We choose not to play, nor will we accept responsibility for what the Ruling Class Oligarchs in league with Obama and the Democrats orchestrated, in order to box us into a corner with no choice but whom they presented us with.
You can keep playing their game and pretend that voting for Obama-lite is saving the nation and buying us more time to keep our stuff, but you have been given over to strong delusion, and you have bought into a brilliant lie.
We Conservatives have decided to think, act and vote outside the box created for us by Obama, Romney and the Ruling Class.
Ok, so what will arrest that increasingly leftward slide of the GOP? Every four years, it`s “You`ve gotta vote for the nominee, because .. gosh.. look at the alternative.” Sooo, we bite that hook in the naive hope the party will right itself.
It`s been the same crap every election since Reagan left office. The estabs beg for conservative votes, only to marginalize them once the voting is a done deal.
That is a lie, and you know it. McCain lost because he was an awful candidate. His loss was insured the day he ran back to Washington to vote for TARP.
And by the way, try to understand the difference between principle and petulance.
I'm beginning to think some of this resistance to Romney is more personal than ideological. Romney is without a doubt more conservative and will surround himself with more conservative people than will 0bama. We have a 3+ year record of how negative 0bama is for this country and yet we have supposed conservatives who don't care how much worse it will be if 0 gets another 4 years.
Just imagine the long-term negative impact if 0bama appoints 1, 2, or 3 more leftist Supreme Court justices. Add to that the impact of 30-40 federal judgeships appointments across the nation and even more federal power expansion through the EPA and other entities. We KNOW what 0bama will try to accomplish will be a negative for the country in almost every way. We do NOT know what Romney will be like but we do know it will not be as radically leftist an agenda - hopefully some of Romney's accomplishments will actually be to UN-DO some of 0bama's damage.
The bottom line: we have a choice between
(1) a centrist-right candidate (who we hope will govern more to the right),
(2) a proven ultra-leftist (who will move more left with a 2nd term), and
(3) someone else with zero chance of winning (same result as not voting).