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How Romney and Our Republic Can Win (Part 1)

Chasdj Wrote: May 02, 2012 11:20 AM
Not sure IF or WHEN folks will learn this but the ONLY path to defeating Obama is uniting behind the principles and values upon which both the republic and the GOP were founded. If Romney, should he become the nominee, attempts to unite the voters behind his progressive, "moderate" positions ... He Will LOSE just like McCain did. Huge numbers of Christians and conservatives cannot and will not throw aside their deepest held principles and values. The GOP nominee must either embrace those principles and values ... or LOSE! It is just that simple.
Shirleyjean Wrote: May 02, 2012 11:58 AM
ALL TRUE Conservatives and Republicans WILL UNITE behind Romney regardless, to save our country from going down this dangerous path; period!!!!!
J307 Wrote: May 03, 2012 2:26 AM
Just what I need some limp wrist little fagot telling me what a true conservative is. I wouldn't vote for Romney if I was paid to. The definition of insane is to keep doing the same thing over and expecting different results. I have watched the GOP sheep being told who to vote for for most of my life and its been a total disaster. This time I am voting for the only conservative on the list and if you want to win you had better get on board. You sorry rhinos are sure to screw up another election and if you do you deserve what you get. Vote Ron Paul.
Robert128 Wrote: May 08, 2012 7:59 PM
Exactly. Why would anyone think that the guy (Romney) who lost to the guy (McCain) who lost to Obama in 2008 is who we should vote for this election? Talk about insanity! A vote for Romney is a guaranteed 4 more years of Obama. Only Ron Paul can beat Obama. Ron Paul pulls in 10x as many supporters as Romney in every rally, and captures the young and independent demographics in a way Romney could never dream of. That's the key to beating Obama - winning over the demos that won the election for Obama in 2008. Romney is a sure loser, no doubt about it. God hope for a brokered convention!
With President Barack Obama's officially starting his campaign this Saturday, many are wondering whether the GOP front-runner and former Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney, has a real chance at winning the general election. But I know a way he could pull it off, and my wife, Gena, even dreamed about it.

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