No Williams, all I am saying, is that the worst candidate possible, from a conservative perspective, appears to have gained the nomination of the GOP.
A candidate whose record declares him to be a lying, left-wing, progressive liberal.
A candidate who, because he had more money, and because he is unafraid to lie about his opponents on a continual basis, was able to outlast his opponents.
A candidate who could not garner a majority of votes in any southern state in any conservative stronghold, but was able to handily win those states that were either moderate or liberal. He didn't win those states he needs to win in November and he won in those states he can't win in November.
posted on 05/21/2012 10:30:50 PM PDT
(Mitt and Obama: They're the same poison, just a different potency.)
So you think Romney will lose the South? Then you have a scoop.
As for all the crying in your beer, it’s called politics. I supported every “more conservative” frontrunner, but they lost and for various reasons.
Maybe the 5% “third party” vote someone else sited here will put Obama back in office. Real smart.
posted on 05/22/2012 7:16:37 AM PDT
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