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Mitt Romney Campaigns in Colorado & Nevada; Clinches GOP Nomination
C-Span ^ | May 28th 2012

Posted on 05/28/2012 9:15:30 PM PDT by AmonAmarth

Mitt Romney will officially clinch the Republican nomination for President when he secures the 1,144 delegates required to become the party's nominee in the Texas primary later tonight. Romney will also campaign today in two western battleground states, Colorado and Nevada.

The former Governor will begin the day in the northwest Colorado town of Craig where he will hold a rally at Alice Pleasant Park and is scheduled to talk about the economy and energy policy.

According to the Craig Daily Press, the owner of Deer Park Inn sent the Romney campaign a video called ”The Perfect Storm Over Craig, Colorado” and an invitation to the town. The video highlights the community’s dependence on the energy industry and how regulations have caused economic hardships.

A few hours later, Romney will attend two events in Las Vegas. He'll first hold a campaign rally at Somers Furniture store where he'll also talk about the economy. Debbi Somers, the company's owner, is a founding board member of the Women Visionaries and a member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s western region affiliate.

His final campaign stop will be at Trump International Tower where he'll attend a fundraiser with Donald Trump and Newt Gingrich. Tickets cost $2,500 per person. Romney was last in Nevada prior to his victory in the state's February 4th


TOPICS: Breaking News; Politics/Elections; US: Colorado; US: Nevada
KEYWORDS: 2012gopprimary; co2012; nv2012; romney; romney2012
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Well, its official, good or bad.
1 posted on 05/28/2012 9:15:43 PM PDT by AmonAmarth
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To: AmonAmarth

“Mitt Romney Campaigns in Colorado & Nevada; Clinches GOP Nomination”


“Everyone drops out; Mitt Romney clinches GOP nomination”

- Fixed.


2 posted on 05/28/2012 9:25:30 PM PDT by TheZMan (Obama is without a doubt the worst President ever elected to these United States)
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To: AmonAmarth

Then it’s official. Everyone should vote for my cat.


3 posted on 05/28/2012 9:27:50 PM PDT by martin_fierro (< |:)~)
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To: AmonAmarth

This Country definitely needs help. Here in Sarasota, FL I see many people on street corners HOPING for a little bit of spare CHANGE.


4 posted on 05/28/2012 9:28:07 PM PDT by Rembrandt (Part of the 52% who pay Federal taxes)
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To: AmonAmarth

Mitt or Obama..

It’s like being asked if I want Coke or Pepsi..

I want orange juice.


5 posted on 05/28/2012 10:06:33 PM PDT by cableguymn
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To: TheZMan

How many will bother to vote in the Calif. June primary??

Feel bad for the down-ticket. Can imagine many voters staying home.

Ridiculous having a later primary than many - this has got to change.


6 posted on 05/28/2012 11:11:27 PM PDT by USARightSide ( SUPPORTING O U R TROOPS)
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To: martin_fierro
Then it’s official. Everyone should vote for my cat.

I don't know -- I'm pretty sure Willard is a bigger pussy than your cat.

7 posted on 05/28/2012 11:14:48 PM PDT by Still Thinking (Freedom is NOT a loophole!)
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To: AmonAmarth

Greaaaaat. I want Jack Ryan, and what do I get? Governor Goodhair and the First Whiner. [facepalm]


8 posted on 05/28/2012 11:16:34 PM PDT by Still Thinking (Freedom is NOT a loophole!)
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To: AmonAmarth

He bought and paid for it and destroyed many conservatives with attacks along the way, all with a little aid from the MSM. This is his aspiration, and it’s something he desperately wants and feels entitled to. The GOP Establishment has their man again. We’ll see how well it works this time.


9 posted on 05/28/2012 11:24:27 PM PDT by Pinkbell (Woo hoo! Another moderate candidate! Thanks GOP and voters!)
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To: USARightSide

I agree with your post. They should definitely bump up the date to restore relevancy

CA is a non-starter as far as the Rep.presidential nomination is concerned. But there is other work to be done by voting in the CA primary. Voting NO on 2 Props to increase taxes, trying to elect more conservative judges (yeah I know, good luck), and voting for the anti-Rep. establishment in Congressional District race (after vetting the candidate). The Senate races here are very frustrating and downright depressing. Nobody on “our side”, whether Tea Party or RINO has any traction against the two wicked witches from the West.

Anyway, I’m voting.


10 posted on 05/28/2012 11:53:00 PM PDT by RacerX1128 (Cornered in CA)
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To: TheZMan

And before that, “Tea Party is Herd of Cats; Can’t Agree on Nominee.”

The GOPe had more group discipline! For shame.


11 posted on 05/29/2012 12:50:21 AM PDT by HiTech RedNeck (Let me ABOs run loose Lou!)
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To: HiTech RedNeck

“The GOPe had more group discipline! For shame.”

The GOPe is entrenched and makes the rules. I said in 2010 the ‘taking our party back’ thing would not work. It is their party. Always has been. Goldwater, Reagan and Palin were anomalies. Rockefeller, Nixon, Ford, Dole, Bush 1, Bush 2, Bush 2.5, Mccain, Romney are the norm. It is back to the Northeastern progressive default setting.

Now what?

As for me, I am out. Three conservative candidates in I could vote FOR in 32 years is not enought o keep me on the plantation. The rest of you do what you want, and godspeed.


12 posted on 05/29/2012 3:06:31 AM PDT by Psalm 144 ("I'm not willing to light my hair on fire to try and get support. I am who I am." - Willard M Romney)
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To: AmonAmarth

Romney, author of ROmneyCARE, is a CHEATER
and BACKSTABBER.

Shame on the GOP-E for pushing an ineligible
poser.


13 posted on 05/29/2012 3:17:59 AM PDT by Diogenesis ("Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. " Pres. Ronald Reagan)
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To: AmonAmarth
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14 posted on 05/29/2012 3:40:44 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: Psalm 144

Change the rule makers of the national committee. We removed the RNC committeemen from Michigan last week. It only takes a few hundred dedicated individuals in each state.

Incidentally, they both voted to change the rules after the vote here in Michigan.


15 posted on 05/29/2012 3:44:35 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: Psalm 144; TheZMan
And before that, “Tea Party is Herd of Cats; Can’t Agree on Nominee.” The GOPe had more group discipline! For shame. -- TheZMan

The GOPe is entrenched and makes the rules. I said in 2010 the ‘taking our party back’ thing would not work. It is their party. Always has been. --- Psalm 144
I forget the exact date of Rick Santorum's withdraw from the race (April 10?) but I do remember that on that date the total vote count was like this:

Approximately 6 million votes for conservative candidates.

Approximately 5 million votes for Romney.

You can "blame" the GOPe for uniting their votes behind a single candidate (smart!) if you want... I agree with TheZMan, the problem is that Conservatives didn't unite (stupid!).

And part of the blame goes to Sarah Palin, in my opinion. She didn't come out strong and early for a personal pick. I think if she had done that she would have at least pointed the way to unity. But then again, maybe not. I can hear the sniping here on FR from many had she had done that.

And speaking of FR. There's plenty of shame to go around right here. Go back and read the posts from September to December, 2011. What horrible things were said about good conservatives right here on this site.

For shame.

16 posted on 05/29/2012 3:53:19 AM PDT by samtheman (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2888480/posts?page=2#2)
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To: USARightSide
Ridiculous having a later primary than many - this has got to change.

For months, I was attacked by the Cainiacs, the Newties, etc. Many of them would respond to my posts with 'well, who are you for?' I would respond:
Well, as it turned out, by the time of my state primary, the last man standing was Romney. Ironically, the Dem ballot had more choices [candidates still running] than the GOP ballot.

For some reason I kept thinking of 3rd world countries that claim to be democratic and offer ONE candidates. By the time of my state primary, that is all the GOP was offering.
17 posted on 05/29/2012 3:56:08 AM PDT by TomGuy
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To: Pinkbell
He bought and paid for it and destroyed many conservatives with attacks along the way

The 'conservatives' were shooting themselves in the foot. They ran too many candidates [shades of 2008] and kept the voting split, even when it was obvious certain ones were not going to win. And the 'conservative' candidates did themselves in -- they didn't need much assistance/attacks from the other candidates.

The GOPe ran one candidate. The GOPconservatives had 5 or 6. More is not always better. It wasn't in 2008. It wasn't in 2012.

What's that definition of insanity?
18 posted on 05/29/2012 4:02:53 AM PDT by TomGuy
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To: samtheman

I think the party uses manipulators here at FR too.

They don’t post for years and suddenly show up and spend a couple of months steady stream posting attacks on other candidates only to disappear after their final post calling to unite.


19 posted on 05/29/2012 4:07:41 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: AmonAmarth

I can’t wait for the exciting Brokered Convention I read so much about. Who will win? I am biting my nails in anticipation!


20 posted on 05/29/2012 4:07:49 AM PDT by Strategerist
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To: samtheman
And part of the blame goes to Sarah Palin, in my opinion.

There is no doubt about that. Unfortunately too many conservatives mistook hero (heroine) worship for a viable strategy to victory. I think she understood that she could not win the general - even if she had gotten the nomination - but I cannot understand what why she squandered the opportunity to boost any of the "not Romney's"

21 posted on 05/29/2012 4:11:18 AM PDT by don-o (He will not share His glory and He will NOT be mocked! Blessed be the name of the Lord forever.)
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To: cripplecreek

I don’t know about “the party” using “manipulators”... I’m sure there are all kinds of posters here on FR. This is forum is large, public and very well known.

I do know that there were many recognizable long-term conservative posters here in FR who said some very mean and nasty and un-called for things about Rick Perry, just to take one example.

I’m not saying Rick Perry should have been the nominee or could have been the nominee. I’m not saying we should have united behind Rick Perry. I am using him as an example of the meanness, nastiness and shameless behavior by some well-known conservatives here on FR who attacked him viciously as if he was the enemy. It’s an example, in my opinion, of what went on in the conservative movement on a broader scale in 2010.

It was very, very bad.

And now we have reaped Romney and we’re whining, b*tching and moaning about the “establishment”. The “establishment” acted like adults. The “conservatives” (many of them), acted like a bunch of petulant children.

And one of our so-called leaders, acted like she had better things to do than give us all a helping hand.

For shame.


22 posted on 05/29/2012 4:30:18 AM PDT by samtheman (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2888480/posts?page=2#2)
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To: don-o

I’m not so sure Sarah Palin is any more relevant than anyone else at this point. I don’t have any issues with her but don’t hang on her every word. I voted against the guy she endorsed in my district in 2010. My guy won, no harm no foul.

Some months back, Rush Limbaugh appeared on Van Sustren’s show and laid out some great advice that was ignored. He said that for the first time in decades, the GOP didn’t need to pander to the moderates. He said that Bachmann, Santorum, and Perry were the rock solid conservatives in the race who wouldn’t change direction at the first sign of opposition. He also said that any one of them could easily beat Obama because they didn’t give political speeches, they said what they really believed. He went on to say that which ever one of them was left standing would bring in a rock solid wave of support.

Instead I look around FR and see others attacking “Nomitts” as puritanical extremists the party is better off without. They don’t want discussion, they want lock step agreement.


23 posted on 05/29/2012 4:35:14 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: cripplecreek
I think the party uses manipulators here at FR too.

You greatly exaggerate the importance of FR.

24 posted on 05/29/2012 4:49:01 AM PDT by Strategerist
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To: AmonAmarth

F Robomney...

The GOP better wise the F up and dump this idiot at the convention.

IF enough of the delegates choose to abstain from the first round of voting, robomney will then be denied the number he needs and at that point those delegates are no longer required to vote for him in all subsequent votes.

IF the GOP actually nominates this SOCIALIST prick at the convention without doing ANYTHING to stop it. Im F’ing DONE with the GOP.

NO MONEY! NO SUPPORT! and they made an eternal enemy out of someone who USED to be an active supporter. Good job DH’s.


25 posted on 05/29/2012 5:00:39 AM PDT by myself6
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To: cripplecreek

You better believe that Sarah is still relevant as today — more people seem to care for example, more about her endorsements and who it is than Romney and his endorsements when it’s he that is the nominee. The Mittwits had a meltdown the other day when Sarah refused to mention Romneys name as the GOP nominee — they went wild attack all Palin sites because it’s obvious that they still fear her and her influence even if people try to deny it


26 posted on 05/29/2012 5:01:54 AM PDT by Bigtigermike
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To: Strategerist

heh....

I sense your sarcasm, but I am holding out a thread of hope that complete INSANITY of nominating a socialist will come to an end at the convention.

Do I really believe that those delegates and the GOP in general have the courage to do what needs to be done? Not really... But people have surprised me in the past, so I will bitterly cling to THAT last shred of hope. I like to find ways to WIN rather than finding reasons for losing... Even if it means winning via manipulation of the rules.

F Robamney.


27 posted on 05/29/2012 5:10:12 AM PDT by myself6
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To: samtheman
"What horrible things were said about good conservatives right here on this site."

"Horrible things were continue to be said about good conservatives right here on this site." There, fixed it for you.

28 posted on 05/29/2012 5:51:51 AM PDT by norwaypinesavage (Galileo: In science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of one individual)
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To: AmonAmarth

Modest reforms when serious reforms are called for.
Three cheers for the mushy middle!


29 posted on 05/29/2012 5:55:27 AM PDT by Leep (Enemy of the Statist)
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To: TheZMan

“Everyone drops out; Mitt Romney clinches GOP nomination”
____________________________________________________________

What else could they do, but drop out? The money and the votes dried up. That’s how our Primary Process works. One candidate gets the momentum; dumb, uninformed voters jump on the bandwagon and people like me, down here in Texas, whose Primary is today, didn’t even get a say in who will be the Party’s nominee. (I still voted for Newt anyhow.)


30 posted on 05/29/2012 7:36:34 AM PDT by pistolpackinpapa
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To: martin_fierro

Then it’s official. Everyone should vote for my cat.
____________________________________________________________

I was going to do so when I voted early for today’s Texas Primary. But, after I got into the voting booth, my mind went blank; I could not remember your cat’s name. So, I voted for Newt.


31 posted on 05/29/2012 7:48:21 AM PDT by pistolpackinpapa
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To: TomGuy
The 'conservatives' were shooting themselves in the foot. They ran too many candidates [shades of 2008] and kept the voting split, even when it was obvious certain ones were not going to win.

It happens every four years. I blame our side more than anyone else. After the first 2 or 3 Primarys they should have gotten together and coalesced around one, at the most two, Conservative candidate(s). But, no, their egos wouldn't let them.
32 posted on 05/29/2012 7:57:47 AM PDT by pistolpackinpapa
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To: Pinkbell; All

He bought and paid for it and destroyed many conservatives with attacks along the way...
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

You’re correct, however, I started out supporting Michele Bachmann, but, she was always the first to jump on here GOP opponents and kick them when they were down. She didn’t have Romney’s money, but they have the same mean streak.


33 posted on 05/29/2012 8:01:03 AM PDT by pistolpackinpapa
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To: AmonAmarth
Well, its official, good or bad.

For those to whom conservatism is more than a matter of mere electoral convenience, the answer is 'bad'.

34 posted on 05/29/2012 8:03:50 AM PDT by Colonel_Flagg (Obama vs. Romney: Zero x Zero = Zero.)
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To: cripplecreek
"He went on to say that which ever one of them was left standing would bring in a rock solid wave of support."

Is that what happened? I don't recall FReepers forcing either Santorum or Gingrich to suspend their campaigns.

"Instead I look around FR and see others attacking “Nomitts” as puritanical extremists the party is better off without."

I mostly recall those two aforementioned FReeper factions -- Santorum and Gingrich -- sniping at each other frantically through March and April.

35 posted on 05/29/2012 8:06:58 AM PDT by StAnDeliver
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To: samtheman
Go back and read the posts from September to December, 2011.

This is the key.

Those on this forum who claim that Romney was chosen by the "GOPe" and forced in as nominee ignore the actual field Romney defeated.

Each of the other GOP candidates was deeply flawed. We didn't settle on a single conservative non-Romney candidate to rally around because each of the choices was fundamentally flawed and weak.

36 posted on 05/29/2012 8:09:44 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: pistolpackinpapa
After the first 2 or 3 Primarys they should have gotten together and coalesced around one, at the most two,

lol

I preached that since March -- 2008, but all I got was 'incoming' flames from various FR factions. Thankgoodness for asbestos under'ware'.


37 posted on 05/29/2012 8:11:20 AM PDT by TomGuy
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To: TomGuy
And the 'conservative' candidates did themselves in -- they didn't need much assistance/attacks from the other candidates.

None of the non-Romneys was a good candidate.

38 posted on 05/29/2012 8:11:57 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: rogue yam

I disagree. I think we had a lot of good candidates this time around. We just couldn’t unite behind one of them and so Romney slipped through.


39 posted on 05/29/2012 8:12:26 AM PDT by samtheman (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2888480/posts?page=2#2)
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To: don-o
but I cannot understand what why she squandered the opportunity to boost any of the "not Romney's"

Maybe she honestly felt that none deserved it.

40 posted on 05/29/2012 8:14:04 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: cableguymn
It’s like being asked if I want Coke or Pepsi..

Seems to me more like being asked if I want sarin or ricin ...

41 posted on 05/29/2012 8:15:00 AM PDT by ArrogantBustard (Western Civilization is Aborting, Buggering, and Contracepting itself out of existence.)
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To: samtheman
I think we had a lot of good candidates this time around.

Which two did you think were the best, and would have made successful nominees and good Presidents?

42 posted on 05/29/2012 8:16:11 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: StAnDeliver

I remember gingrich having zero chance yet hanging in there as Romney won races by 1 and 2 percent over Santorum.

Romney couldn’t win in the south and Gingrich couldn’t win in the north. Santorum was winning in both.

Now Obama gets a second term and the GOP slaves are desperately screeching for all to return to the plantation. If it sounds like I have zero respect for them, there’s good reason for that.


43 posted on 05/29/2012 8:18:19 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: cripplecreek
They don’t post for years and suddenly show up and spend a couple of months steady stream posting attacks on other candidates only to disappear after their final post calling to unite.

There has been a lot of paranoid thinking around this forum. I think things happened just as we all saw that they did. Mitt was experienced in running for President and was well-organized, hard-working, well-funded, and determined. He started early and kept at it. He learned from his mistakes and competed everywhere.

None of the others had all of these attributes and Mitt just beat them. The sniping between candidates was just what naturally occurs as partisans of any one pointed out the shortcomings of the others.

44 posted on 05/29/2012 8:24:27 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: rogue yam

That’s ok. I’d rather not refight the wars of last autumn.

I’d rather stick to my general point, that we failed to unite.

The fact that we didn’t unite, and still couldn’t unite even if given another chance, means that whoever I name here as a “good candidate” will draw sniping and bitterness, so I prefer not to get into it.

I will repeat what I said about Perry (and again, I’m not saying he should have been or could have been the candidate): he was viciously maligned here on FR. A bunch of conservative posters acted like freaking French revolutionaries and it was really disgusting and obscene.


45 posted on 05/29/2012 8:27:21 AM PDT by samtheman (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2888480/posts?page=2#2)
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To: myself6
The GOP better wise the F up and dump this idiot...IF the GOP actually nominates this SOCIALIST p...Im F’ing DONE with the GOP.

You talk about the GOP as if it was some person or small group working together and making decisions and issuing orders. This just isn't so. The GOP is 50 state organizations and hundreds of county committees, etc. The delegates have been chosen through a lengthy and distributed process, and they will not be told how to vote by the "GOP". You want Romney to be "dumped" but who has the right and power to do this? The voting has occurred and Romney won. Why are you suddenly calling for dictatorship just because you don't like the results?

46 posted on 05/29/2012 8:34:24 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: rogue yam
There has been a lot of paranoid thinking around this forum.

Call it paranoid if you want but I actually went back though posting histories going back years and found the same handful doing the same every 4 years.
47 posted on 05/29/2012 8:35:33 AM PDT by cripplecreek (What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?)
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To: samtheman

You said that we had a lot of good candidates so I asked you to name two.

My point, which I made above, is that none of them were all that good.

I think that you in fact agree with me on this point which is why you didn’t name anyone.

They all had serious flaws which is why we didn’t unite around any one of them.


48 posted on 05/29/2012 8:39:49 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: cripplecreek
Call it paranoid if you want but I actually went back though posting histories going back years and found the same handful doing the same every 4 years.

If a handful of people have done this then so be it. That did not cause our problems this year. Our problems this year were caused by not having an attractive, solidly-conservative candidate who got in and stayed in and ran well.

49 posted on 05/29/2012 8:43:15 AM PDT by rogue yam
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To: rogue yam

Every single non-Romney is/was better than Romney. Yet we failed to unite around one.

You want me to name one... I’m not really into that. I’m talking about a process that failed and I gave a stark example of how it failed: the miserable treatment given to Perry.

But anyway, they were ALL better than Romney. Every single one of them.

And most were better than the crop of 2008.


50 posted on 05/29/2012 9:19:15 AM PDT by samtheman (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2888480/posts?page=2#2)
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