Romney was picked as the standard bearer and I support that. I support that as so much is at stake - supreme court nominees. I used to think that the GOP was the intelligent alternative to Marxism - but seeing the anti-Mormon bigotry, I am not so sure.
So when the new taxes for Obamacare kicks in in January, I'll blame you. You and your kind had the power to stop it, but chose to hate the GOP standard bearer, rather than the Marxist.
You are both right. I’m sick of reading comments from liberal nieces and nephews on Facebook who agree with these Romney haters on FR.
(Well, guess what? Breaking news for you...Your last pick didn't go the distance, either! If you somehow thought that making it thru the campaign falsely equated to "going the distance," you're sadly wrong...Your lack pick, in order to have lasted the difference, needed to be in the WH come 2013...)
So...tell us how it feels for that pragmatic utilitarian political relativist ethic to have worked for ya? Did it "last the distance???"
Is that what you've now taught all your kids & grandkids? Oh, when the going gets tough...cave...compromise...vote for pro-abort lite vs. pro-abort with the extra calories...as the 'lesser' of two evils...
Did your relativism get your somebody in the White House??? What did it buy?
Romney was picked as the standard bearer and I support that...
And most ironic is that you reference somebody supported by relativistic voters as a "standard bearer"...And Romney -- of all politicians -- as a supposed "standard bearer..."
Romney was for protecting homosexual employees as minority status before he was against it...and then before he was against it at the fed level but for it at the state level...[3 positions]
Romney was for the enslavement of embryos of any purpose before he was against it as of Nov. 2004 before he was "pro-choice" on it, either way as of Dec 2007... [3 positions]
Romney was pro-abortion (1994) before he said he wasn't (July 2001) before he ran as a pro-abort gov (2002) before he had a pro-life "altar call" (Nov 2004) before he said he would protect the status quo of abortion in MA (2005) & passed pro-abortion RomneyCare (2006) before he said he was "effectively" -- previously "pro-choice" (Jan 2007) before he said he never deemed himself "pro-choice" (Aug 2007) before he said he was "pro-life" (2007) before he told parents they could put up their embryos for "research" purposes (Dec. 2007) before he got the support of all the pro-life groups (2011-2012) before he told CBS News in late August 2012 that he favored abortion for the wide-open exception of BOTH health and life of the mom...
And this is some kind of "standard bearer"...????
What a sick, perverted twisting of this word...(May I suggest you repent of such word games!)
There is no anti-mormon bigotry - there is exposure of mormonISm.
Christian are sick to death of mormonISM claiming they are Christianity.
Get over yourself, an learn the difference.
I support that as so much is at stake - supreme court nominees. I used to think that the GOP was the intelligent alternative to Marxism - but seeing the anti-Mormon bigotry, I am not so sure.
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As SVCW said, at least for us, it is telling the TRUTH about Mormonism, not ‘anti-Mormon bigotry’. If there is any real ‘anti-Mormon bigotry’ it is on the Dem side, because their views are often based upon ignorance. For us we speak out against Mormonism, because we know the truth and as CHRISTIANS HATE that they insult our Savior at every turn by their THEOLOGY.
Do your research before you spout off.