“I’m not asking anyone to vote for Romney but I am opposed to those who toss around comments that we are some how supporting abortion, gays etc.”
I do not see any logical way around the reality that when we intentionally cast our vote for a person, we give power to that person.
When that person has told us he supports abortion, gace money to support abortion, signed legislation supporting abortion, said he supports gay rights, signed legislation that supports gay rights...and on and on...; and we empower that person with our vote, then he has been given the power to do more of it. By the people who supported him/ner and his actions/policies etc...WITH THEIR VOTE.
It’s my opinion that many people are simply not fully thinking this through. If they ARE thinking this through and still vote for such a person, it logically follows that they willingly support his positions and thus are part of the problem themselves.
How many times have you vote in your life? Can you account for every vote your candidate has cast?
Your looking for absolutes. I'd love to vote for the perfect person. Hell, I thought I had a couple of times, turns out once they get to Washington, they turn into something different.
Right now, there's two people running for president. Obama and Romney. I don't like that but that's what it is, that's the the almighty GOP gave us... What else are we to do?
I want Obama out and Romney is not the savior. It will take a long time to undo what Obama has done and it won't happen with one person. It will only happen if the people start to change. We can't expect to have to perfect candidate when the culture is so corrupt. Fix the culture and you'll have a better candidate. You can't do it the other way around.
That is a stubborn fact that ABOers work hard to ignore. They only think in terms of voting "against" Obama, and fail to think that their vote "against" Obama is a vote FOR having the Republican party capitulate completely to the liberal statist agenda.