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Republicans Must Reshuffle Nomination Deck for Future Presidential Hope

sashamanda Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 9:55 AM
Given Romney's money advantage (courtesy of Wall Street and K Street), a corrupt and biased "conservative" media, a GOP leadership willing to bend every rule for their man, and a candidate who conducted the filthiest primary campaign in modern history, Romney was foreordained to win the primaries. Any belief that there was real voter choice of GOP nominee was not paying attention.
John1921 Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 1:46 PM
What is amusing is the PC of Belt-Way Republicans. Rightists predicted 2 main truths about any Romney campaign -- 1) that, although Romney ran a viscious smear campaign against his conservative primary opponents, he would'nt muss O'bwana's hair in the general; and 2) that Romney would never believably attack O'bwana-Care because he was responsible for creating its' progenitor himself. How did those predictions work out? A third party is necessary, today! A party expressly dedicated to the advancement of the privileges and interests of whhite Americans. Maybe they'll lose, but at least whites can say they had a choice to vote for candidates who represented them.
Henry159 Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 1:18 PM
I am an "old white male" and a registered Republican. Romney lost the SC primary, and then lost the general election. This "proves" the adage that no Republican has won the presidency without winning in SC first. I did not vote for Romney OR Gingrich, and had to settle for my third choice, Santorum, because my first choices had been eliminated or dropped out before that. The predictions proved correct, but I am not sure that a third party is the answer. Perhaps a new "second party" is more what needs to arise.
Gary 56 Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 10:01 AM
Romney's vicious primary and convention tactics have proven that big money can commandeer the nomination only to loose the election. WAKE up GOP !
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