You know this is not a choice between Mitt Romney and Ronald Reagan.
This is a choice between Mitt Romney and the most radical, leftist president in American history.
He’s got a point.
A vote for Romney cancels a vote for Obama.
Not voting doesn’t.
Personally I can not pull the lever for a man for which I have such high disregard. Romney is such a slimey politician that my voting for him would feel immoral. Seriously, I’d be voting for a man who I know is a pandering liar. Therefore, I’ll pass on both and vote third party.
I wasn’t satisfied with any of the candidates (and certainly not Romney), but among those remaining toward the end, I preferred Gingrich. My position, though — and ideological purity — is of little importance compared with the position of the country. That position is dire, as I think all of us here agree, and will get worse under a lame-duck Obama presidency.
Look at what he’s done already, and imagine what will be in store for us when the restraints of having to fool people until after re-election are no longer there. Even if Romney were as bad as Obama, which I don’t concede, Romney wouldn’t be in that position. “This is a choice between Mitt Romney and the most radical, leftist president in American history.” Of course. That’s the key point. Having a pseudo-conservative Republican as president would present some problems for the conservative movement. I don’t think that would be nearly as bad, though, as having Obama and his cohorts continuing to run the country.
If I vote for Romney, it in no way implies my approval of all his positions or even of him as a person. It simply means I considered that the less harmful alternative.
I am honored to be the nominee of the Constitution Party for the 2012 election. I offer a real difference from Romney and Obama. I want a balanced budget sooner and not five to ten years in the future. I favor measures that will secure our borders and end illegal immigration and reduce legal immigration. Unlike Obama and Romney, I have called for an almost complete moratorium for green card admissions into this Country while our unemployment rate is so high. Both Obama and Romney have run from taking this much needed step. Last year there were approximately 1.2 million green card entrants into this country. Over 2/3 of that number were working age individuals flooding into the job market when jobs in the United States should go to American citizens first. Obama favors comprehensive immigration reform, which is just a fancy name for amnesty for illegals. Romney needs to strongly support Arizona, Alabama and other states who are fighting the invasion of illegals. Obama, of course, has his Attorney General opposing the statutes of Arizona and Alabama. My views of totally ending illegal immigration and reducing legal immigration are needed if America is to be saved. Both Obama and Romney are weak in this area in my opinion. Both Obama and Romney are gouging huge amounts of campaign funds from PAC’s and big dollar donors. I am not taking any PAC donations, and am also limiting individual donations to $200 per person. It is time for grass roots America to have standing in our Government. I favor the many over the special few.