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Seekthe1 Wrote: Apr 28, 2012 9:16 PM
But when I heard that he suspended his campaign I was devastated; as many were. I went through my grieving process and prayed for guidance and comfort. After a few days I started to make some sense out of it all. Especially watching Ricks interviews after leaving the race. This was and is my thoughts. Mitt was chosen by the RNC to be the nominee back in 2008 and that would mean full support no matter what. Rick did something miraculous and woke up the people in this country and started a movement. His campaign did such a great job that the movement is still alive. I realized and trusted that Rick knows how to play politics and that he was making the best possible decision for him, his family and for us.
lillith70 Wrote: Apr 29, 2012 11:43 PM
For certain Romney is stuck with Rick's hard right stances to prove to the middle that all GOP aren't against contraception. That Rick lives his religion is commendable, but contraception picked for a battle? That is why the country, though 2/3 center right fear a hard right fundamentalist. Religion needs to be out of politics and politics out of religion, render unto Caesar and let others worship as they see fit IMO. The protestants have long been the state religion by popular sovereignity but could use some moderating and coalition building on similarities of values, End affirmative action except for poor who merit and Muslims and Hispanics would find a home in conservative values coalition.

Leave consciences of mankind to God.

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...