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Republicans Appear to Be Rallying Around Romney

Anonymous908 Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 2:19 PM
I disagree. Republicans are not rallying behind Romney. I was at the Colorado GOP State Convention over the weekend and I did not see 90% of republicans showing their support for Romney. Ron Paul actually won Colorado. So not only were the Romney supporters outnumbered by the Paul supporters the the Romney crowd lacked the enthusiasum needed to end Obama's stay in the office. Wake up people. These columnists obviously have agendas. They want us to rally around a moderate who doesn't excite anybody, who will likely not beat Obama, whose own budget proposal doesn't do jack to shrink our debt.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 4:24 PM
I disagree Anonymous. Mitt's spending plan (the Ryan plan) will balance the budget by 2040, and the debt increases until then, then goes down. At least that will be the RINO line.

The reality is that it isn't much different than what the Demorats are proposing, and the economy will remain in recession as a result. So you can bet that Democrats will likely take the House back in the 2014 midterms. I think we might have a better future with Obama and a Republican House with additional Tea party fiscal conservatives making gains in the midterms. We need more Tea Party types, since most of them in Congress are named Paul.
Anonymous908 Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 4:43 PM
I am 26 years old now. The Paul Ryan plan balances the budget in 30 years. That would make me 56 years old when we balance it. And this is our "conservative alternative" to Obama. Are you kidding me? There is nothing conservative about the Paul Ryan plan. The idea that Romney is going to get our economy back in shape and government spending under control is a joke. He will do no such thing. Talking points are not the same thing as actual positions on issues. Romney would add to our debt, just not as fast as Obama would.

We need to wake up and support a candidate who actually stands on fiscal responsibility. Ron Paul is the only one who does this.

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WASHINGTON -- Remember all the pundits who warned that the poisonous Republican presidential primary battles threatened to divide the GOP and seriously weaken their nominee? They were wrong.

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, who will be the party's 2012 presidential standard-bearer, has not only seen his party support soar, he has also taken the lead in the head-to-head matchup polls against President Obama.

It didn't make the network news shows Monday night, but the Gallup Poll officially began its daily tracking polls in the presidential race this week. Its survey of registered voters across the country showed Romney...