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3 Qualities the 2016 Republican Presidential Nominee Must Have

Origanalist Again Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 9:11 AM
"Most everyone I know supported Mitt". Obviously there are a lot of people you don 't know, this was the first election since 1980 that I didn't vote for the republican nominee. He didn't "relate" to me at all, and if another big government schill get's the nomination next time he wont get my vote either. No more Mr. nice guy.
MacQ - Texas Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 9:43 AM
x2 Lars. These purist pious pips give me a bigger cramp than their loony liberal bretheren.
Origanalist Again Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 9:37 AM
No, because he was a Northeastern liberal republican who appointed very liberal judges, supported gay marriage, and laid the groundwork for Obama care. Partial list.
Lars795 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 9:27 AM
What because he had morals, worked hard, and was a family man?

I must confess in 2012 -- almost from the beginning -- I felt inclined to vote for Mitt Romney for president of the United States. His intellect, extraordinary business record, and honorable career in public service convinced me that he was uniquely qualified to serve faithfully in that office. But there was something else: As a moderate hailing from a deeply blue state, I thought he could appeal to centrist Republicans and right-leaning Independents nationwide -- perhaps enough of them to give him a decided edge on Election Day.

Unfortunately, that didn’t happen.

And yet to say that Governor Romney...