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Ron Paul Explains Romney Endorsement

Rammbo Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 7:11 PM
Look, Jesus will not be running for President anytime soon, OK? This is politics. We are at the point where "the lesser of two evils" is the ONLY way to look at it. Obama is promising, unbelievably, more of the same. Due to his magnificent arrogance, he is incapable of changing course because THAT would be a tacit admission of error or complacency. Romney needs every vote. NO MORE GAMES.
Lastinline2 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 7:42 PM
You are the one who doesn't get it. 40+ years of voting for the 'lesser evil' is exactly what got us here.
If this is between Romney and 0bama and there is no other hope, then I would just as soon see 0bama get it. Reason is that CFRomney is politically EXACTLY the same as 0bama. If Willard gets in half of you will go back to sleep while the SAME CFR agenda continues. I don't believe we as a nation can afford that.
After this Rand Paul stunt, and no Ron Paul coming out with a statement, I am moving my support for RP over to Gary Johnson.
Lastinline2 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 7:47 PM
Adding to above comment: If you all elect CFRomney in then what are you going to do in 2016 when everyone knows him for the Liberal RINO CFR turd he is? You will have handed all the 'lesser evil' momentum right back to the Democrats.
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.
Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:28 PM
It"ll be too late to save it by then.
Cyndi75 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 8:28 PM
It"ll be too late to save it by then.
Louie13 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 9:29 PM
Cyndi, flip-flopping, Romney will say anything to get elected, just like Obama. And Romney Care at the state level is Obama Care at the Federal level and was used as the prototype for Obama Care. And Romney packed his state’s courts with Leftists just like Obama did at the Federal level. They are not opposites of each other by any stretch of the imagination.

And as far as it being too late, it’s already too late. Prophetic dreams spanning back over a generation see that Obama, identified not by name but by number, will be the last elected president of the American Republic, that is, that the Republic will end during his designated term.

Louie
rhirschmann Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 1:09 PM
I agree that Romney is not a prize president to occupy the white house but it is my contention that Obamas whole agenda was to destroy the United States. If he gets reelected he will accomplish his goal. I'm sure that Romney is not out to destroy this great (or should I say once great) country. If we flood the senate with conservatives and keep all the house conservatives we can at least control the president. We must get back to the constitution and abide by it.
dfrank2 Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 8:48 PM
They have it already Lastone; and, thanks to dummies like yourself, they have a pretty good chance of keeping it. Thanks, wise one.

In an exclusive interview today on the Peter Schiff Show, Sen. Rand Paul took time to explain the strategy behind his controversial endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

In the interview, Sen. Paul weighs in on:

- How he was effectively cornered into endorsing Romney

- Why some libertarians are never going to be happy with him

- His openness to being Romney's vice president

- How his dad, Ron Paul, supports his Romney endorsement

- His accomplishments that Ron Paul supporters are disregarding

- The violent reaction to his endorsement from some of his supporters

- Whether his dad will endorse Romney 
 

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