Ummm, the same way you do perhaps? You complain about Romney’s record, while ignoring Obama’s truly disasterous record. Mark Levin is under no delusion about Mitt, but he recognizes the true danger of Obama. That’s why he will go along with Mitt.
Who's ignoring Obama's disastrous record? Certainly not I. It's a foregone conclusion that Obama is the worst president this nation has ever seen. That's hardly worth discussing at this point.
No, what we're discussing, is the relative wisdom of electing a fraudulent Republican to the presidency who will likely carry on Obama's left-wing agenda, JUST like he did the last time he was elected to a position of power.
If our country has no other choice, and we're going to have a Socialist president no matter what, then I'd much prefer any further damage to the republic be done by the other side's Socialist, not ours.
There's also a very good chance that the Republicans will dominate Congress in the coming session. Given that there's little difference between the two Socialist contenders for the presidency, which one do you think the next Congress is more likely to oppose? The one wearing enemy colors, or the one who is ostensibly their own team captain?
Naturally, the answer is, they'll oppose the guy in the blue jersey. What's important here isn't who sits in the White House for the next four years, but what effects they'll create while doing so. The guy in the blue jersey will be hog tied and handcuffed, but no so with the guy in the red jersey.
If we're going to have a hard left liberal for our president, then I want him hog tied and handcuffed by a Republican dominated Congress, so that he can do the least amount of damage possible.