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Evangelicals Will Rally for Romney

Rick2589 Wrote: May 10, 2012 8:51 AM
No they won't. They will hold their nose and begrudgingly cast an anti-Obama vote without enthusiasm. It probably won't be enough. The GOP has put up another semi-conservative Dole/McCain compromiser who is just Obama-lite. Obama is so unpopular that this is the GOP's election to lose, and they are doing an excellent job of it.
belle9 Wrote: May 10, 2012 10:50 AM
no we won't vote for rummy either we will write in our own if we have to no lesser cult evil over greater one not this time
philbryson Wrote: May 10, 2012 2:17 PM
Elect Obama and fight the cult!
Johnny L. Wrote: May 10, 2012 9:51 AM
Romney is no Dole/McCain. Whereas those two compromised out of some desire to look moderate, Romney's compromises are merely pragmatic. Like Obama, Romney is committed to his base yet with a moderate facade. That is what we need to win and get things done.

There should be no nose holding this election. Romney is our man.
Roberty Wrote: May 10, 2012 10:47 AM
So what you are saying is that Romney is hiding his true conservative colors and has been for years? And this is supposed to make me trust him? NOT
philbryson Wrote: May 10, 2012 2:17 PM
Once his friends convinced him he should run for governor, Romney recognized that if he made a big show of his belief in life (and no active Mormon can have access to the Mormon temples if they are involved in an abortion. No member can be a bishop [pastor] as Romney has been if he supports abortion.) He could not be elected attacking Roe vs. Wade, so he said, fine, I'll willingly support the state's culture and work on other problems. After he was governor, stem cell issues brought him openly into a pro-life position. But believe me, Romney has never favored abortion and never will. He was not a governor of South Carolina and had to work with a solidly liberal state. Thatcher did that in England and it did not mean she was a liberal.
DEmike Wrote: May 10, 2012 9:09 AM
Rick: I have to agree. I don’t see how Obama can possible win given the mood of the country; but the intensity of the many of the comments seen here concerns me. The votes from both sides are already set. It is the folks in the middle who will sway the election. The liberals will win only if some of the adamant conservatives convince the middle that the conservatives are fanatical.
Gerald230 Wrote: May 10, 2012 11:26 PM
We cannot waste a single vote. Keep track of the poles--election will be very close. Obama has bought every vote and his buying hasn't stopped. He still has more young students to reward with a waiver on repaying their loans. And he has more Mexican votes to buy with more rebates for their 20 children in mexico. And he just bought the gays and lesbians. And he has 99% of the black vote, with Acorns help even all the black dead vote. No matter that his progressives continue to destroyed their their dignity. The Jewish voters are split because they do good folks can't believe that such a good BS artist is a liar, even though he's a Muslims. He still has more to give the unions --if you're in the right union.

Editor's Note: This column was coauthored by Ken Klukowski.

Elections are about choices, and 2012’s pivotal election showcases two very different visions for America’s future. Governor Mitt Romney is quickly consolidating the Republican base to enthusiastically support him this November. His speech this weekend at Liberty University illustrates these efforts, providing an opportunity to underscore Romney’s embrace of American exceptionalism in both his public and private life.

Liberty University is the perfect venue for Governor Romney to make his case. With over 50,000 students, it’s America’s largest Evangelical school. Founded by Jerry Falwell, it’s affiliated with the largest...