Quislings, thats what they are.
Again with name-calling and calling others liars while you are blatantly bearing false witness against opponents. Seriously, I'm worried about you. I believe you have truly lost your way and constantly miss the forest for the trees. I think you have honest intentions in your campaign, but you are so consumed in your pursuit of office in the name of "morality" that you are Machiavellian in your tactics. When truth and honor in debate do not supersede your political pursuit, why should anyone have confidence that you would suddenly remember truth and honor AFTER you were sworn in?
Based on the principles you say you espouse on your site, I think you would have been excellent in office... starting locally, working your way up. But I just don't see those principles revealed in your speech to others here :-(
Deadly assault weapons have no place in Massachusetts, Romney said, at a bill signing ceremony...These guns are not made for recreation or self-defense. They are instruments of destruction with the sole purpose of hunting down and killing people.
The same class of weapons, by the way, that you can see depicted in the hands of the Minutemen in the following image:
The power of the sword is in the hands of Congress? My friends and countrymen, it is not so; for the powers of the sword are in the hands of the yeomanry of America from sixteen to sixty. The Militia of these free commonwealths, entitled and accustomed to their arms, when compared with any possible army, must be tremendous and irresistible. Who are the Militia? They are not ourselves as politicians and lawmakers. They are those who have elected us into our positions and entrusted us with the power of preserving and carrying out their wishes. Congress has no power to disarm the Militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birth-right of an American. The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the Federal or State governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people.
- Tench Coxe, letter to James Madison during adoption of the Bill of Rights in the United States Congress (1789)