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Romney and GOP Conservatives Struggle to Find a Comfort Zone

H55 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 11:35 AM
I agree I resigned from the GOP during the Bush-McCain-Kennedy amnesty debacle and see no sign they are improving. four more years of the present will wreck the country it will be a cleansing experience and real Americans will rebuild
Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 7:55 PM
Panama is really nice i like Uruguay ,
Pistol Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 6:05 PM
But the US of A is not the only town. My grandchildren keep me here. If things get really tough, as well they might, there are some places where educated hard-working folks can still make it. Panama and Costa Rico have large ex-patriate communities. One need not even learn Spanish.
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 1:38 PM

Lots of lamentable older voters lose heart and vote Libertarian.

When we leave the two major parties for some alternative where you can breathe freely; you squander the air as well as your vote.

My counsel is to get in there and play the game. It's the only one in town.

Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 12:13 PM
That is a distinct possibility .

Considering Rick Santorum's sudden departure from the race, it's time to quit dancing around and bluntly state what the problem is for the man likely to become the Republican nominee for president.

Republicans and others who consider themselves part of the "conservative wing" of the party, with some exceptions, stiff-armed Romney early on based on the belief that he was not one of them and could be defeated. But now, as the nomination looks increasingly his, the Romney camp is stiff-arming that same wing of the party. The question is, can money alone buy one the presidency?

There is true irony...