Skip to comments.We Wish Obama Was Right
Posted on 05/30/2012 3:07:20 PM PDT by Mozilla
The re-election campaign of President Barack Obama and his liberal allies have opened a new front against Republican Mitt Romney that he is a puppet of the Tea Party and right-wingers.
Too bad it is not true. Not that we would want a puppet, even one of our own, for President.
Governor Romney has gained some ground among social conservatives and Tea Partiers, but he still has a long way to go to convince many conservatives to give him the pedal-to-the-metal support they are giving candidates like Richard Mourdock in Indiana or Scott Walker in Wisconsin.Conservatives are still waiting for real concrete action out of the soon-to-be-official Republican presidential nominee to prove that he will govern as a conservative.
So far the signs, for example in the form of who advises Governor Romney -- and thus is likely to join his administration -- are that he will run and govern as an establishment Republican.
While getting rid of Obama -- and the leftist radicals in his administration -- would be a relief, electing an administration filled with establishment Republicans is hardly a victory for conservatives.
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Mitt’s got to be grinning: “Throw me into that briar patch, Barack!”
We Wish Obama Was (pick your own noun).
Big Media is desperate to rescue the Obama Titanic.
Sorry, I won't vote for a baby-killing, gay activist, big government liar like Romney no matter what. He is by far the worst candidate that the corrupt GOP establishment has ever tried to foist on us.
Yes, Obama is a little worse, but not a whole lot. And not someone I could ever in good conscience vote for.
Pick my own noun? Let's see...hammer? No. Bagel? No... TOAST! How about toast?!?!
I’ll vote Mitty as term limits for Baraq, and little else.
Romney could very easily earn my vote. I'll be there voting for conservatives for the House, the Senate, and state government this November, but I'd be happy to vote for Romney too. All he has to do is govern like the "severe conservative" he claims to be for four years and follow the stances he claims to believe in according to his web site, and I'll donate to him, work for him, and vote for him - in 2016.
I like toast.