Skip to comments.Vote for Romney is a vote for Communism and baby-killing
Posted on 07/16/2012 12:57:11 PM PDT by JimWayne
No matter who wins the election in November, a Communist will occupy the White House. However, a Romney win has an added disadvantage. It will strengthen the Communist grip over the GOP.
Right now, there is a struggle between the Tea Party and the Trotskyite neocons for the control of the GOP. If Romney is defeated, it will give a boost to the Tea Party. If he wins, it could be over for the Tea Party.
The RINO GOP establishment has opposed every Tea Party candidate and has ganged up with the Democrats whenever it seemed like a Tea Party candidate would win. It started with NY-23 and then they opposed the TP candidates in other states. In AK, when the establishment candidate lost the primaries, they ran her as an independent, but they now expect us to unite and support a Comiecare pioneer.
It is time for payback and at least save the GOP and vote against every RINO. Four more years of Obama cannot be worse than four years of Mittens, and with good candidates in the House and Senate, Obama's agenda can be blunted, but Mittens winning and strengthening the RINO grip on GOP will put America in an extremely dangerous situation.
A request to Mitt Romney supporters. Stop posting your propaganda here. Don't you get it? Mitt Romney is unwanted here.
Dont get pissed Randy . The simple fact is socialist lite is a better workout than any Marxist . Problem is when people hide in the “ Principles “ they have the blinders are deep .
Like an elected official has any principles . Ok maybe 20 in the House and the Senate . There is only 1 best option here but the walk on water types will directly or indirectly vote for the Marxist . And gloat about it too .
True. But, until we get to limit the executive orders, we cannot hope to influence our destiny. He is picking and choosing the laws he will let stand. (Tyranny)
Display some demonstrable skill at either, muffin, and maybe I'll actually start taking such criticisms seriously.
Until such time, however: pick up your sippy cup and toddle off to bed now, that's a good girl.
So who was talking about you, you dizzy little pixie?
If the phrase "sister-wife" refers, specifically and meaningfully to you... that's scarcely my fault, now, is it?
No pwnage quite like self-pwnage, is there, sweetums? ROTFLMAO!!!
Saying that a vote for Romney is a vote for government tyranny is a statement of fact based on Romney's record, though voting for tyranny understandably won't be most voters' intent -- most will intend to vote "against" Obama.
Saying that not to vote for Romney "is the same as voting for Obama," on the other hand, is a flat-out material falsehood meant to demonize those who refuse to vote for Romney. There's only one way to vote for Obama, and that's to mark his name on the ballot.
Just as there's only one way to vote for government tyranny -- and that is to mark a statist's name on the ballot. Both Obama and Romney are demonstrated statists, so a vote for either one is a vote for government tyranny.
"I grieve deeply as I contemplate the fact that millions of Americans are letting themselves be caught in this diabolical snare. As I tried to point out in 2008, the lesser of evils is still evil. No matter how such an election turns out, people content to choose between Satan and Beelzebub have made clear their willingness to let things go to hell. Moreover, the nature of their choice is so clear to them that they practically boast of the passionate hatred that impels them to it. With this practical boast they become the willing, proud accomplices of the very evil they profess to hate."
Really does say it all, right there.
Too bad that you and each and every Romney pom pom girl here could not stick to conservative principles. The Romney pom pom girls will NEVER be satisfied until the GOP is as useless and $$$$ obsessed as the Brit Tories.
You and others like you (out of mere sycophancy for Romney) would throw Jim Rob under the bus along with each and every actual conservative (i.e., those who REFUSE to support either major party leftist candidate) who knows a leftist POS when he/she sees one. The loyalty is FIRST to the ideas and principles that you are SOOOOO eager to betray and abandon. Then loyalty to those who, like Jim Rob, have remained loyal to the cause and, unlike you and the other Romney pom pom girls, have earned that loyalty.
THAT is a positive statement unlike: Yay, rah, rah, Romney. If you leave or if you embrace the zot, I for one won't miss you one bit. I'll stop by DU or Huffpo every once in a while and see how you are doing. Conservatism is a LOT more textured and complex tapestry than mere $$$$.
Yes, but House Oversight Committees in Rep. hands help a lot. Fast and Furious for example. The GOP House has also passed numerous bills to repeal Obamacare.
But the House is only one part of one part of the branches of government. We need a Senate to also pass legislation and a pres that won’t veto.
But taking the House was a big step.
...or TBL. Not that there's any appreciable difference, mind. ;)
Yes it says a lot. Says the Right Stuff.
Actually, that's not the case. There are hundreds of Romney supporters posting all the time all over Free Republic.
I'm not a Romney supporter, and when I post anything negative toward Romney I'm answered almost immediately by those telling me that I'm some kind of Obama supporter because I don't support Romney.
These people do not get banned. They don't even get confronted. The only time there is a confrontation is when they get belligerant. That's as it always has been here on FR.
Here's what I think, Randy, and you can take it or leave it. I think the Romney supporters want FR to be unified behind Romney rather than split. I think it totally bothers them that others have not gotten on board with him. As they debate their points, I think they have trouble dealing with someone who simply refuses to see it their way.
You check out FR on Tuesday. Watch the number of pro-Romney threads that are posted unmolested, totally free.
There is a truce. JR isn't punishing those who go about their business as usual. Those who get smacked are those who attack this site or fellow freepers in clearly demeaning ways.
But, the truth is, that's as it always has been.
I won't support Romney. It's that simple. Don't worry about it. Live and let live. Feel free to disagree with me, but I'm voting for Goode, Constitution Party, who is the only conservative in the race.
As JR has pointed out, we all win if we vote conservative up and down the ticket. No one should stay home come election day.
Wow .. so you read a book and now you want to lecture people here . You think the Republic will be restored just like that when it took over a century to get here ? Do as you please while I vote for Romney .
When was the last time you voted in a Federal election for someone ? How about just staying home this time around with your statist posture chest thumping my way or the highway . That works .
Demonizing you speak of ? Been here to long for you to mention that sort of thing . You and your type love to try slapping people around here so spare me .
The truth always bears repeating.
Yes it does need repeating . Pick your 1% er , dont vote , vote for the Marxist or Socialist lite . Maybe stay home ? Do as you please . I’ll be voting for Romney .
Unlike the angry, self-righteous scolds of Mittens' online Sister-Wife Squadron, I don't consider it my business who you do (or do not) vote for, come November.
The ultimate dispensation of my own vote, however, has demonstrably lead to my currently living, rent free, inside of their heads.
One might wish for marginally less cramped quarters, certainly; and in an appreciably better neighborhood. ;)
Yeah .. it’s alway’s good to achieve an upgrade . Just consider your neighbors .
It's a compelling argument but one that has gaps.
I see Obama being driven to socialism by belief in such. I see the GOP-E driven to such by fear of standing up to the populace and possibly losing their own perks and power because of such.
However, they also have different governing principles - the GOP-E will not actively seek to sandbag the economy the way Obama and the Dems do. And I think that is the difference those willing to vote for Romney see - that Obama is killing the economy and Romney would give it a respite. But would that respite come at the cost of entrenching the GOP-E to the point where much more serious and needed reforms in government would become much more difficult if not impossible?
That is the economic impass here. It doesn't even begin to touch on the social impact that having a choice between these two cretins represents.
Willing supporters of a pro-abortion, pro-amnesty, anti-gun Massachusetts liberal? Pffftt. Let them look after themselves.
I’ll say it loud and I’ll say it proud: ABO!!!
You'll explain to your children why you voted for the Republican president who brought on nationalized health care that even "against his own wishes" (ha ha) included tax-payer funded on-demand abortion for anyone 18 or older.
You'll explain to your children why you voted for the Republican who expanded global warming regulations so extensively that America surrendered its sovereignty with regard to energy and food production and consumption to the UN because, as Romney said in his CPAC speech of '08, "Any carbon plan has to be world-wide in scope -- let's have a world-wide solution, not an American one."
You won't have to explain to your children that you helped Obama destroy their country -- you'll have to explain that you lacked the courage to stand and fight government tyranny because Obama scared you too much, so you helped Romney destroy their country instead.
I'll be voting to deny a mandate to either Romney or Obama; I'll be voting to help conservatives fight either one that wins. YOU will be voting for government tyranny and in so doing, risk a landslide victory "popular mandate" for a guy you despise, a guy who would hinder all those conservatives you'll presumably be voting for down-ticket, and a guy who would enslave your children to government tyranny advanced by the Republican party.