Skip to comments.Gallup Shocker: Romney Up Five Over Obama
Posted on 04/17/2012 12:21:04 PM PDT by Nachum
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Do you even know anyone in the military?
To little, too late.
Don’t feel like you need to change my mind. I don’t feel like I need to change yours.
Sorry... I meant “Too little, too late”
That’s white I think. I don’t say we won’t have to fight Romney on all the mushy liberal stuff, or even blatant liberal stuff. We’d have to fight Hiisein on all that too. But Hissein opens yet another front which Romney won’t-”get YT”. I don’t love or even like Rommey. Truthfully I despise him. But I can’t see fightimg him on all the things we’ll have to oppose Hissein on, plus Hissein’s added war on whites-and as you say, if he gets relected, the gloves come off. I wouldn’t put anything past him in his zeal to get back at whites for being a historically successful race. Taking our homes to give to the “disenfranchised blacks” isn’t beyond him in the second term, when all the brakes are off. South Africa’s ANC won’t have anything on him in his persecution of whites-just look at how brazen he and Holder have been with a second election to win.
Obama supports abortion, Romney is on record supporting abortion, Obama supports the homosexual agenda, Romney is on record supporting the homosexual agenda, Obama supports gun restrictions, Romney is on record supporting gun restrictions, Obama supports big government healthcare, Romney has supported big government healthcare. What’s the difference? I’m only going to concentrate on the Congressional races. As for the presidential race, I will punish the establishment GOP in November if Romney emerges as the nominee. The GOP better get it through their head that the base is largely not going to support Romney just like McCain and just like Dole. Not to mention there are 50 million Evangelicals out there who are not going to cast a vote for someone who believes he can become a god and rule other planets.
All I said was if you don’t vote, you can’t complain. Where did I say if you don’t for Romney, you can’t complain? I didn’t. Vote for Gingrich, Santorum, Palin, write them in, write in Palin. All I am saying is if you don’t vote, IMO, you can’t complain. (At least vote for a presidential candidate, preferably not Obama. I truly believe if people don’t vote for a presidential candidate, that gives Obama another chance for a second term. And America won’t be around in 2016 if that happens.)
Of course that's easy for me to say since I live in NJ which will go for Zero whether I vote for MittRhino or not. Quite honestly if I lived in a state where my vote actually mattered (VA, Fla, etc.) I might hold my nose and convince myself I was voting AGAINST Zero, not FOR MittRhino.
I will go vote for the rest of the ballot just like I always do. However, I couldn't bring myself to vote for John "I sell out conservatives for fun" McCain, and I can't justify a vote for Rombama on the same grounds.
Okie dokie. You keep believing that. Eventually reality will hit you, but I know some people aren't ready to face it yet.
Go on record, then. On what date do you think Mitt will reach his required delegate majority of 1,144?
The first chance we get to “fight” RINO Romney is at the ballot box.
What if the GOP officially said they’re changing their platform into a pro-choice platform? Would everyone here still vote GOP (not counting you libertards)? The logic you Romney supplicants are using would apply EVEN IF the GOP officially made their platform pro-choice. There are some issues where you have to be willing to hold other things hostage in order to get what you want. It’s not a strategy to say, “OK, fine, we’ll vote for you even if you give up that issue. We’ll just whine and moan and try to change your mind later, I guess, even as we fall into line behind you at the time when our opposition would REALLY carry some weight!”
Well, I’m not going to let them use the stealth method of picking a candidate who every informed voter knows, or soon will know, has stood on the wrong side of that issue among many others. They have said frequently they are trying to win “moderate” or “independent” voters over with this candidate. The point is to put up a candidate who does NOT represent conservative values to try to win those additional voters. To me that’s little different than officially changing the platform. They are sending the message that this candidate does not and will not stand for conservative values intentionally and for a purpose. Their strategy only works if conservative voters fall into line anyway like good little supplicants. My intention is for their strategy to fail.
Sorry. Please forgive my earlier posts. I thought I was talking to a rational being.
If you could have beeb aware of my posting history, you would have known that untila few days ago I was one of Romney’s staunchest opponents, for all the excellent reasons that you mention. I swore nothing could make me vote for him. Hussein’s blatant agenda to weak havoc on whites, made clear as crystal ( if it never was before-it was to me) changed my mind. I still don’t believe it myself. But though Romney is everything else that Obama is, one thing he’s not is anti-white. That’s one less battle, and to me it’s a big one. It will involve bloodshed before the black racist groups get what they think they want. We already have a congress wetting its pants for fear of being called “rayciss” if they oppose rat legislation approved by Hussein. At least with Romney they can’t hide behind that fear.
I think you jumped the gun a bit in calling me a Romney “supplicant” and various other epithets. My history tells otherwise.