Skip to comments.Win or lose, Romney gets my vote and salute (vanity)
Posted on 11/05/2012 7:55:52 PM PST by indianrightwinger
He conducted himself with class and since the debates, made a strong case for conservative principles on economic issues. Best of all, he made it a real race. I already voted for him. Tonight, I want to salute him for the classy campaign he ran and made a lot of us proud.
Thank you Mr. Romney. We hope to call you Mr. President. In the unlikely and unfortunate event we can't, at least this FReeper will remember you as the one who took on Obama and came razor close to defeating him.
I concur completely...Mr. Romney is all class and heart, not to mention brains. He will be a great American President! God Bless Mitt Romney and all Americans who vote for him...God bust the legs of those who will vote against him so they cannot make it to the polling places.
Self, you’ve spoken with wisdom. I would hope that he being our leader, we’d all reflect his grace and character. If he does win, the winners need to be kind and full of the class you’re talking about. I hope America can unite again, and stop this polarization and vitriolic hatred. I’m not going to be out in the streets screaming I TOLD YOU SO. It’s time to show true American political strength and work together to fix things that are broken.
I have respect for President Mitt Romney and his wife.
For Barack Obama, I have nothing.
I don’t think Byron York, George Will, Charles Krauthammer,
Bill Krystal get it.. they are part of the problem If you ask me. They live too close to Washington and appear to be too worried about staying on the guest lists of their liberal friends. Huricane Sandy was not a gift to Obama. How so? Who chenged their mind in Iowa or Wisconsin based on Obama getting a photo op in N.J.? Ridiculous.
My family has voted for Romney.
We don’t believe in following a loser.
Well said and I agree.
I think Romney is winning this in a rout. Right this second I'm not even anxious, except to go vote, knowing the future of the nation literally depends on a Romney win.
Romney has run an excellent campaign. He was also excellent in the debates. he is gonna cross the finish line running continuing to campaign throughout election day. I was not a romney guy and he is not as conservative as I am but he is a good man that loves his country, his family and his God and I will enthusiastically vote for him tomorrow.
I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
King Jr. Martin Luther
Romney will win tomorrow, content of character will prevail.
God Bless America.
Bingo. Romney did as good a job as possible. He left nothing on the table.
Surprised as I am to say this, Mitt has not disappointed me yet. However, after tomorrow’s victory, he’ll have the next four years to do so. Or, who knows, maybe he’ll surprise me again....
I have the utmost respect for the man. He won me over.
“Romney will win tomorrow, content of character will prevail”
Well said, sir.
I plan to be criticize a lot of things, including Romney, if he loses because that is what I will want to do.
I totally agree! Mitt has really shown up for the big fight.
Praying that he can lead our nation back from the edge.
I agree. He was my last choice, but he ran a good campaign, and will make a good president. I still feel we will have to hold his feet to the fire on occasion, but it will be much better than an Obama second term.
You are 100% correct. I just laughed whenI saw that. Nobody is going to change their mind because some fat governor hugged the skinny President. So ridiculous. This obsession with every little nuance is becoming boring.
Agree. I was deeply disappointed with many Freepers tearing this guy down for not being conservative enough. There are days here when I wonder if Reagan would get through to some here.
Applause to Romney for doing it with class. I hope he wins.
I can listen to someone who reluctantly votes for this creep. But, anyone who adores him like this is no conservative.
I don’t like Romney’s record on several issues, and I still think there is a danger that once in office, (and I fervently hope he gets there) he will just “shake the Etch-A-Sketch” and govern from a position far left of what he’s run on. I hope I’m wrong and he surprises me.
As to the campaign, I think Mitt left a lot of ammo in the magazine. He was on cruise control after the first debate. He could have hit Obama much harder, but the fear of “alienating undecideds” held him back. That line of thinking is BS, but it is what it is.
In his favor, I think he’s a decent, scandal free man, and Lord knows in that department he’s a light years ahead of the phony, socialist, choom headed flim-flam artist that’s living in the White house now.
If I didn’t have kids there might be a small part of me that would take grim satisfaction in seeing the country get what it voted for good and hard with an Obama second term.
As it is, go, Mitt, go!
I agree. The leftists worship their leaders. Conservatives don’t. And Romney is NOT a conservative.
I’ll be enjoying the total breakdowns of the left tomorrow, though. :)
I believe many here owe apologies to those whom sad Mitt was the guy to do this. he fought Obama straight up and won... he only was put down bythe media and that was an onslaught not many can endure.
I just voted in Chi-Town (for all the good that will do).
Turnout appears light, but I'm sure nearly 100% will show as having turned out.
Very intimidating: about 10 Obama electioneers standing outside handing out Obama/Biden postcards and a printed list of candidates for which to vote.
One woman marched right up to me and demanded to know who I would vote for.
Feeling the cue ball on a field of eights, I smiled and pointed to the Obama sticker on her coat.
I then voted for RR, of course.
We really are descending into a banana republic.