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Can Mitt Romney Win?

Linda2808 Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 10:42 AM
I'm with you & their are A LOT of us conservatives that are sick of the gop helping liberals like romney cheat, lie, steal and buy his way into the nomination. He is no different than obama. I will NEVER vote for a pro-abortion, anti-boy scout, global warming, romneycare liberal who has no heart or soul. If he had one he would have ran fairly. When you have to cheat, you don't deserve to win.
traitorbill Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:28 AM
traitorbill Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:27 AM
He is not pro abortion. True, it would be reassuring if he hadn't had to change his position to become pro life. But consider that Obama is for infanticide. We gotta suck it up and get behind Romney. Our survival as the country in which we grew up in depends upon it. Hold your nose if you have to, but please, please, vote for Romney. And, even if you're right, a Romney Presidency will at least buy us a little time.
Corbett_ Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:17 AM
Linda -- you forgot homosexual "marriage". That was one of Romney's "achievements" when he was governor.
Corbett_ Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:16 AM
K22 -- if you Republicans want our votes, then EARN them. Nominate someone we can vote for. I absolutely refuse to vote for the (slightly) less of two evils. You Republicans have given us that choice since Bush I and you always wonder why evil triumphs.
Kruelhunter Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 11:02 AM
Yeah, that's what's needed here is more people with the good sense to simply stop participating. That will teach those Republican power brokers a lesson. And that's far more important than electing a candidate who, despite your nonsense, would represent a vast imporvement over the current president. All you Romney haters out there don't actually have to vote for Obama, you can just not vote at all and your hands will be clean while you point to the fools who thought they could actually accomplish something by voting for the object of your hatred. I'll be looking for you on the bread lines.

For months, we've heard the chattering class tell us that Mitt Romney was the only acceptable Republican nominee. He was the only candidate who could beat Barack Obama; he was the only one smart enough, savvy enough, and milquetoast enough to defeat Obama in a general election. While Newt Gingrich was too hot and Rick Santorum was too cold, Romney was the Goldilocks candidate, everyone's second choice.

The question now is whether Romney will be Americans' first choice.

He faces an uphill climb. President Obama rides at about 50 percent in the polls nationally, despite the fact that...