Skip to comments.Romney: Chick-fil-a controversy not part of my campaign
Posted on 08/04/2012 8:18:49 AM PDT by EternalVigilance
Watch the short clip here.
Note that he also does not want anything to do with questions about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of this government.
Wake up, conservatives.
GOP , in picking Romney as the candidate for 2012, could hardly have done worse.
Freedom of speech and freedom of religion are not part of his campaign?!
Smart move...no need to get caught up in this distraction.
Chick-fil-a controversy smells of the Democratic Party ,ie those three Dem Mayors tried to get things going
No. He sold his soul to the homosexuals years ago. That’s much more important than the unalienable rights of the normal folks.
Some folks are so “smart” they’re dumb.
He needs to fire his campaign advisors and start over. His campaign advisors suck and are too timid. The people want someone with balls and Mitt better grow some quickly. =.=
It’s a trap. And he stayed clear of it.
Distraction? Marriage is at the heart and soul of a healthy and prosperous country. Look at any inner city areas. When the institution of marriage collapses so does the economy, while crime and dependency on big government go up.
If our “conservative” leaders dismiss the issue of marriage as a mere distraction, and show the white flag on the culture wars, the militant homosexuals and feminists will roll right over us. They will destroy civilization as we know it.
Two previous threads on the subject if anyone is interested in the comments thereon.
So, do you think the question of Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of our government is a “distraction”?
What does Mitt Romney’s campaign have to do with Chick-Fill-A’s campaign????
The RATs have obviously stepped in it. Why get in their way?
You have to think smart here. The Mitt Romney campaign’s objective is not to be engaged in a ‘religious JIHAD’. Let others do that, it makes better political sense.
Yes, they could have done worse. I’m trying to think, Arnold Schwarzenegger maybe. Bob Dole could have made a comeback. John McCain. Roseanne Barr? The list is long. :-)
Romney Republicans are already trapped by their own fear.
-- Proverbs 29:25
"The fear of man brings a snare, But whoever trusts in the Lord shall be safe."
-- Proverbs 29:25
Exactly, EV, Mitt is pro-gay agenda, and that’s why he’s keeping quiet.
(Aside: is it just me, or does he mince-step when he walks?)
If you support real marriage and oppose Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of our government you're engaged in a "religious jihad"?
Are you on Romney's staff?
I see your point, well taken.
But I also see Pat Buchanan’s point made on Townhall. Guess I believe the fiscal, social and foreign policy issues are all intertwined:
“If the Republican Party has not gone wobbly in the culture war, it will take up the challenge of that Democratic platform and make homosexual marriage the social issue of the fall election.
The GOP might just drive a wedge through the Democratic coalition and send Obama down to defeat. But if the Tampa Republicans are unwilling to fight the culture war, culture warriors should look to themselves.”
He won't fight the homosexuals, and he won't fight the Islamists. No way.
He clearly doesn’t want my vote. And I won’t force it on him.
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