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Mitt-Stake

RG_in_CA Wrote: Apr 28, 2012 1:14 PM
I guess I tend to be in the lesser of two evils category Steve but let me suggest a couple of thoughts that may allow you to vote for Mr. Romney with a clear conscience. Two key points to keep in mind: 1) We have a (small-r) republican, representative form of government, so we have every right to believe that our representatives should listen to us and respond accordingly. Mitt Romney's election would in large part be a repudiation of Obama's ideologically driven and non-representative approach (i.e., Obamacare and the Keystone Pipeline are just two examples of his flagrant disregard for the will of the people) …

There is raging debate within American Christendom about what to do with Mitt Romney. Three schools of thought have emerged.

The first group is trying to put lipstick on a pig by pretending that Romney didn’t deliver the kill-shot to marriage in Massachusetts, didn’t beat Obama to the punch with government-mandated healthcare that included taxpayer-funded child killing, hasn’t at some point taken a liberal position on every issue, isn’t a self-proclaimed champion of gay rights, and hasn’t been caught lying and flip-flopping more times than you can say John Kerry. These are the Republican-firsters. They have no king but the chairman...