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Can Mitt Romney Win?

burrodan Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 10:34 AM
Helloooooo ---- ever heard of Ron Paul? the only REAL constitutionalist in the crowd? the only NON-TYRANT? the only one who will attempt to restore the REAL America? the only one who believes in REAL LIBERTY as envisioned by the founders? the Thomas Jefferson of our times? If that is what you believe in, why waste time/worry about those other establishment stooges? or are you still stuck in the Left-Right paradigm that keeps us enslaved by the State?
Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 12:21 PM
I like Ron Paul , and he will get my primary vote but It does not look good for him at this point .
Barbara1247 Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:57 AM
The most dangerous foreign policy plan is to keep spending money we don't have on unwinnable wars, paying for the defense of countries who should be paying for themselves, and allowing the country to go to war without a Declaration of War from Congress.
traitorbill Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:30 AM
He has the best economic plan, and the most dangerous foreign policy plan.
Corbett_ Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:19 AM
K22 -- so with the republic about to drown in red ink, you believe that a willingness to have another unnecessary and terribly expensive war of aggression in the Middle East is required of a candidate?

Where are we going to get the money?
Kruelhunter Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:07 AM
Ron Paul's foreign policy statements have assured that he will never be elected to the presidency and yet his supporters, who continually imply that they are the smart ones, just don't seem to get it. You people don't even seem to be able to illustrate the differneces, if any, between the Paul and Obama foreign policies, which I guess is not too surprising since they both revolve around appeasment by and disarmament of the United States.

For months, we've heard the chattering class tell us that Mitt Romney was the only acceptable Republican nominee. He was the only candidate who could beat Barack Obama; he was the only one smart enough, savvy enough, and milquetoast enough to defeat Obama in a general election. While Newt Gingrich was too hot and Rick Santorum was too cold, Romney was the Goldilocks candidate, everyone's second choice.

The question now is whether Romney will be Americans' first choice.

He faces an uphill climb. President Obama rides at about 50 percent in the polls nationally, despite the fact that...