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To Defeat Obama, All Conservatives Must Vote

Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 2:26 PM
You want "conservatives" to vote? Then nominate a true conservative for once, not some moderate-liberal Rockafeller-vetted empty suit like we've had the last 20 years. Red Meat Conservatives like Ron Paul, who have voted for smaller government for a lifetime! Not a flip-floppy like Romney. Not another warmonger like McCain. Not a daddy's boy Bush proxy. Not a limp dishrag like Dole.
fishingfun Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 11:14 PM
My thoughts exactly. I haven't seen the repuglicans come up with a true conservate ---ever. Goldwater was as close as we ever got. So until we find a conservative it seems they just want us to reinforce their stupid choices for crown princes for the netherworlds of liberal politics.

Just this once, I 'd love to see a state, a whole state, like SC vote against the republican establishment completely. Maybe they would notice conservatism if it shows up again. Let SC be the first to seceede from the republican party en masse. It would be hilarious. Heck they think they have us in the bag. I'd love it.
Slinkiecat Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 6:41 PM
If you examine Romney's history as a conservative family man, leaving out his campaign for the governorship of massachusetts, you'll find a truly compassionate and religious person, one who has devoted his life to serving his fellow man, not only in this country, but during his youth as a missionary to France. He is far more conservative than was our blessed president, Ronald Reagan. he may not have the flowery oratory gift of Reagan, but he certainly has the heart, as well as the love for our country. If you fail to vote for him, you are effectively voting for the destruction of the US.
fishingfun Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 11:19 PM
Got news. Reagan was a good man first, never a conservative and understood the libs very well since he was a transformed one. To be honest, understand the role of federal government and read the Constitution, conservatism is not required. Belief and patriotism darn sure are. A true faith in the one true God and honesty. After all that being liberal or conservative doesn't mean anything anymore.

The quality of life often comes down to one moment, one opportunity, one roll of the dice or one decision to draw a line in the sand and scream "No more."

Will Nov. 6, 2012, be one of those moments? I believe for the welfare of our republic, it must be.

It's been estimated that upwards of four million fewer Republicans voted in 2008 than in 2004. Four million. In a nation of 315 million, does such a number make a difference?

Some would argue it made all the difference and turned an unqualified, inexperienced, pampered, wealthy and privileged barely senator...