Looks like another ‘vent’ post.
I would call this choice another ‘lose-lose’.
(OK, but which one is the bigger lose??? LOL)
I remember deciding it was OK to vote for Mccain in 2008 only after I was sure he would lose, which was a little less than an hour before polls closed, not that it mattered in this state anyway.
Megyn Kelly in the FNC Election room reporting issue based exit polls just before I went to vote made it clear that McCain would not come close to winning.
Given that my state will give it to Obama again anyway (no matter what no doubt) I am thinking that my casting a protest vote for Romney against Obama is pretty pointless anyway, even if I was sure that Romney would lose.
Like many others here I am pretty sick of primaries already being over by the time they reach my state. That alone is a reason to give the R party the finger,
” Like many others here I am pretty sick of primaries already being over by the time they reach my state. That alone is a reason to give the R party the finger,”
Keep your finger.....let Obama sever his.....or his ear....or ? : )
Conservatives like to scream bloody murder and threaten to create a third-party, etc. It's OK by me to have a late primary, ours is May 8. Let the conservatives actually accomplish something by May 8. Put someone up there who you can accept, who doesn't look like an idiot and is able to attract non-Tea Party voters also instead of scaring the pants off them. Surely it's not that hard to do. The reason we're stuck with Romney is a failure of conservatives rather than a grand conspiracy of the elites.
My idea is a national primary with an instant runoff ballot.