We had no shining candidate. Every one of them carried baggage than made them questionable in the public’s eye,ran abysmal campaigns, or both. The one potential star decided early to sit this one out. All this combined made it easy for the Roves to control the situation.
Unless something occurs at the convention (I’m not holding my breath), we’ll have Romney for our candidate. I will vote for him. No, I take that back. I’ll not vote for Obama so I have no choice in the matter. 2012 looks to be a 2008 redux as far as my nose is concerned when I enter the polls. So be it.
Jim, right now I’m not in a position to help with the finances beyond my monthly, but I’ll see what I can do come June. I think I may be able do do something. Take care.
I have to remind myself that it wasn't until August of 2008 that McCain announced his choice of Sarah Palin for VP. Up until that time I was contemplating not voting (for POTUS) for the first time since I had reached voting age. Like many others I talked myself into the proposition that I wasn't so much voting for McLame as I was for Palin.
I'm just not sure that there will be anyone that mittens can select that will "sweeten" the vomit-flavor that will come from pulling the lever for him.
God help us all.
Sure you have a choice, the same one I will be making - write in Chuck Norris or leave the POTUS/VPOTUS slot blank on your ballot.
There is no way in Hell, Heaven, or Earth that I will vote for either of the nominees. Except for complexion, I see no difference between them and the ideas that these people hold dear are anathema to me. I have no representation any more above the congressional level.
Thank you very much, bcsco!!