You have a limited # of options then . It’s funny that you claim the high ground on a web page when we are discussing politicians after all . Like they as a body have some morals or ethics .
Your posturing makes for a nice fantasy spasm but in the real world where the adults live it wont work . Make a choice and punch the name . Write yourself in or lay down .
“Your posturing makes for a nice fantasy spasm but in the real world where the adults live it wont work . Make a choice and punch the name . Write yourself in or lay down.”
More specious logic that is NOT real world as you espouse. It is defeatism and surrender to the massa GOPe. However, I propose you write that same calumny in reference to Jim Robinson. He position is very strong and you won’t be here long if you keep lambasting those that oppose Romney as not be “adults.” Read #30 on this thread for direct Jim Robinson quotes.
... voting "against" Obama by voting for Romney, is voting for making the Republican party capitulate to the liberal agenda.
In the real world where adults live, voting "against" is sophistry. Sad but true -- when it comes to the ballot box, you can only vote FOR something. Even on propositions, you vote FOR passing it, or you vote FOR nixing it. You cannot vote "against" Obama -- you can only vote FOR someone else to prevent him from winning. The guy you're on the verge of voting FOR is a documented liberal who has promoted and advanced every single major liberal agenda.
In the real world, your vote "against" Obama is a vote FOR cap-and-trade global warming regulation, government-run health insurance with on-demand abortion, the homosexual agenda, and activist judges.
I know that I cannot vote against either Obama or Romney, and I know one of them is destined to win. It's why I'm voting FOR a plurality to deny a popular-vote mandate for the next president. I'm voting third party because I'm voting FOR helping conservatives the only way I can with my top-of-the-ticket choice.