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Romney Is What the Country Needs Right Now

NickJohnson Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 8:57 AM
Romney is who we deserve. Ron Paul is who we need!
Publius4254 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:07 AM
Nick, while I appreciate your loyalty to your candidate, the fact is that Paul did not win any primaries and never really had a chance. You can say that the "establishment Republicans" didn't want him to win, but it was the voters who actually went into the voting booths and cast their votes. I will admit that I did not vote for Romney in Florida's primary, but he is the nominee and I went to the early voting place near me on Monday and cast my vote for him.
NickJohnson Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:18 AM
It's not just the candidate, but it is the principles. I believe voting on principle is more important than voting for the lesser of two evils because they might have a more popular vote. There are third parties. I will be at peace in four years knowing I voted on Constitutional principle when the nation reels at another four years of the same.
Publius4254 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:26 AM
Fine, you can "be at peace" while Der Fuhrer turns this country into a socialist hell-hole. I hope you can be happy knowing your "principles" led to a second Obama term and the disaster that will be.
Dbeaux2 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:31 AM
So, you are doing all you can to get Obama for 4 more years or if Romney wins, being able to hedge your bets and take no responsibility. Sounds childless to me....
rickmcq Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:33 AM
" I will be at peace in four years"

I do not doubt your principles, Nick, but your children will have more than four years to regret the results if this election goes to Obama because of enough votes like yours.
RG_THP_Website Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 8:59 AM

Just Word - Just Words.

Ron Paul like Barack Obama CANNOT run on their record because neither one of them have a 'Record' that voters would support.

Ron Paul has been a Congressman for Years and has little legislation to show for it.

ALL Ron Paul and Barack Obama can do is 'Blame Others' and vilify other Candidates - with words.

Although there "MIGHT" be differences in the reasons for their Policies - the results are exactly the same.

There are MORE similarities than differences between Barack Obama and Ron Paul.
NickJohnson Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:10 AM

So you want a person who will:

1) Add more laws (legislation) to the countless millions of laws we have already?
2) Continue to spend trillions of dollars on countless wars policing the world under the guise of national defense?
3) Move a few pennies around in the budget in order to balance the budget in 10 - 20 years?
4) Says he will repeal obamacare at the convention then changes his position a couple days after being nominated?
5) Supports the liberty-infringing NDAA?

If you can't see through that, then, yes Romney is what we deserve.

"Every generation deserves to live free" -RP

king10 - exposing leftism Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:14 AM
Nick, the only revolution you're engaged in the the Obama reelection revolution.....
NickJohnson Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 9:20 AM
Not a lot of difference between Romney and Obama... As a matter of fact look at the debates and count how many times they say the agree with each other, than squabble of minor details. ...sigh
normfromga Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 10:51 AM
"Ron Paul has been a Congressman for Years and has little legislation to show for it. "

You don't get it do you? RP is the one whose hand HASN'T been in your pocket...

And remember, if he, or another paleo-conservative became POTUS, s/he would not necessarily have to have a majority support in Congress. You don't have to pass legislation to bring troops home, reduce our presence overseas, or, most important, spend less money in general.

[Alert for GA voters: Don't waste your vote by writing in Ron Paul's name on the slate... By law, it will not count, because he lost the recent primary. Either select Johnson, or write in Virgil Goode...or pick Romney, if you really are paranoid about Obama winning GA...]

The single most important issue in this election is ending the national nightmare of Obamacare.

If Obamacare is not stopped, it will permanently change the political culture of this country. There will be no going back. America will become a less productive, less wealthy nation. What wealth remains will have to be plowed into Obamacare -- to the delight only of the tens of thousands of government bureaucrats administering it.

There won't be one moment marking the end of America. Everything will just gradually get worse, like trains and the tax code, until a bustling, prosperous nation is...