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GOP Insiders Just Don't Get It

singer23 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 7:15 AM
Just because Americans are too stupid to support a man who actually accomplished something while he was in office, not just promised what he was going to do! Americans turned their backs on him and ridiculed him! Just wait until Romney follows his Liberal bent and turns on the Conservatives who will help him get elected, if he does get elected, that may not happen after all! He might go down like the RINO before him, McCain! Newt Gingrich was the only one in the race who had a chance to defeat Obama and the Republican Party supported the wrong candidate, as much as I am against Obama, I won't be a part of the debacle to elect Romney so he can turn out to be just another phony Conservative!
klr56 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 2:02 PM
Romney is far more conservative than Obama and even Paul.
TexasChris Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:26 AM
The candidate the GOP was "too stupid to support" is Newt Gingrich?

Wow, I thought you were going on about Ron Paul...
singer23 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 9:36 AM
I have nothing against Ron Paul, he's an honorable man, I just couldn't support him for President. He does not have the demeanor of a Presidential candidate nor the general support he needs to win the Presidency! I think Newt would excel debating Obama, he would show Americans that Obama hasn't any substance and is just a Soros, speech maker! If you listen to Robert Welsh's 1958 speech,on, You tube, you would hear Ron Paul of today! It's amazing!
NickJohnson Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 8:02 AM
Rasmussen actually says that Ron Paul is the one who resonates with the Independents.

With Mitt Romney now the presumptive Republican nominee, the battle for the 2012 Presidency has begun in earnest. And, as is not uncommon, the outcome of this year's race is expected to hinge on that slice of the electorate that doesn't pledge fealty to any political party, the so-called independent voters. According to a recent article in the New York Times, many top Republican strategists are concerned that a growing focus on social issues by the Party's base has the potential to alienate Independents from the ticket this fall. Victory lies, they insist, with the candidate that makes the most...