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Ron Paul Explains Romney Endorsement

Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:28 PM
It"ll be too late to save it by then.
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Ron Paul Explains Romney Endorsement

Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:26 PM
Romney is the opposite of Obama. Do you want to hand four more years to Obama - which means new Supreme Court activist judges that will tear up the Constitution for the next 20 or 30 years? Do you want our deficit and debt to continue out of control? Do you want Obamacare to be set in stone in another 4 years by keeping Obama in? Romney is going to fight to repeal it, and give out waivers to the States the first day in office. This election is the most important since I started voting in the early 70's. Our country is on the brink and if we don't pull it back in November, we won't recognize the U.S. in 4 more years.
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Ron Paul Explains Romney Endorsement

Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:21 PM
And it certainly isn't freedom!
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Ron Paul Explains Romney Endorsement

Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:20 PM
Not only has Ron Paul withdrawn - the reason he did so is that he couldn't get enough people to support him. He's a good man, but, if he can't win the GOP nomination, how would he win the general election? At least Ron Paul is realistic in dropping out of the race! I'm kind of appalled at RP supporters, who aren't realistic, and who say that it's their way, or else, and try to force Ron Paul down the throats of those of us who can't support his ideas/policies. What's the political term for wanting to take the voice of the majority of the people away? It certainly isn't democracy.
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Ron Paul Explains Romney Endorsement

Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:13 PM
I've been a conservative since I began voting in the early 70's. A vote for anyone other than Romney puts Obama in office another 4 years. Obama will have at least 2 or 3 Supreme Court justices nominated that will likely be radical activist judges that will rule against our Constitution for the next 20 years. How does that help our country? Romney understands and most importantly, upholds our Constitution!
The bailout money it paid back was actually more bailout money. Read an article in the Wall Street Journal about it. Yes, it's paid back, but at taxpayer's expense. Government money paying back government money. Sounds like socialism to me.
Simply picking out a losing company for Bain doesn't make a case for Obama either.
Reading the article carefully you'll note that only three people out of Bain contributed to Obama. The majority contributed to Romney, even if their donations weren't as large. I bet those three are sorry now - as Obama's taking the lead in bashing their company.
The "investors" that Bain capital helped were people that had 401K or pension or retirement funds like teachers, policeman, and other ordinary people that were invested in the firm. With an 80% rate of success, which means the majority of businesses flourished, and hired more workers which helped more ordinary people - I'd say Romney does care about people and getting them to work.
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Romney's Running Mate

Cyndi75 Wrote: May 12, 2012 1:11 PM
Romney follows the Constitution, and will have the opportunity to nominate three Supreme Court Justices during his term as President. Unlike Obama, who will nominate activist, liberal judges, Romney will nominate justices who uphold and defend the Constitution and save our country from becoming a socialist country! If we want to save our country, vote Romney.
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Moderates Only Look Dead

Cyndi75 Wrote: May 10, 2012 11:20 AM
Agreed. Romney is firm in defending DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act), is now firmly pro-life, and has the same Christian values we all hold dear. Romney is definitely not Obama, who said yesterday, "I support gay marriage".
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