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Mitt Romney Is Not the Answer

cudlow Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 12:32 PM
Mike, Yes, Obama is horrible, but he will be neutered next year. Republicrats should regain control of the senate, and strengthen their house majority. Obama gets NOTHING passed. Rombama, who wants everything Obama wants, gets the Obama agenda passed because Cantor and McConnell will not oppose "their guy". Who gave us socialist medicine in the US - Rombama. Who fathered "gay marriage" - Rombama. Who fathered attacks on Christians - Catholic charities stopped placing kids for adoption in Crapa2shits because they would not toe the Rombama line on putting kids in "gay" houses - Rombama! Obama is horrible - the worst ever, but Rombama would be even worse as he gets the Obama agenda jammed down our throats and destroys the US.
Topeka Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 12:46 PM
cudlow,

1. I hope you are wrong.

2. There is a lot of evidence supporting your position...

3. There are two reasons to believe you are wrong.

- first - Rombama may not want to go down in history as a footnote in a footnote as the Incarnation of the little Antichrist who destroyed last vestiges of a forgotten Great Satan called America...

- second - the RINO's expect us to stick our heads up our nether regions and go along with them for the next four years - much as we did with Bush - maybe this time WE THE PEOPLE will demand Less Govt - no matter what Ad Hom's they throw out. the Tea Party'ers and the rest of us may just spoil their party (pun intended)

maybe... (i'm not gonna hold my breath)

If the elections were held today, I would vote for Mitt Romney rather than sit out the elections or cast a protest vote for a third party candidate. But I would do so with extremely limited hopes, and my very act of voting in November would be a reminder to me that I cannot expect the radical changes America needs to come from the White House.

The fact is that I am a follower of Jesus more than I am a conservative (my strongly conservative moral values are the direct result of my faith), and although I have voted for the...