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Party Wages War on GOP Voters

surfcitybob Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 3:09 PM
I quit the Republican Party after it left me, a conservative, on the side of the road to die. I voted for the Libertarian candidate for president because Romney was a democrat too afraid to run in his own party against Obama in the primary, so he ran as a republican. In my opinion the Republican Party has become the new Whigg party it replaced... NEXT!
ppotts Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 5:13 AM
You are a real drama queen. left you on the side of the road to die. .... Bwwwahhhhahhha All you libertarians are just democrats that don't think your share of the free stuff was enough.
Anonymous4442 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 6:47 PM
Thanks for handing the presidency to a leftist ideologue. Hope that you feel better...I don't, dumb a@$.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 5:18 PM
I too voted for Johnson. Even though Romney is better than Obama, why vote for more government and less freedom? The Romney/Ryan budget INCREASES government spending by 3.1% each year in the first decade. That's growing government faster than the private sector.

A majority of the 2010 Tea Party class have reneged on their promises to voters. They've been voting for more government, not less. Less than 30% voted to end the Dept. of Energy "green investment" program that will fund more Solyndras (and indirectly provide campaign cash to lots of politicians). They lied to us. When the elections roll around, we'll vote against them in the primaries.
martian Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 3:49 PM
Unfortunately, you are one of the people at fault for Obama being re-elected. A vote for the Libertarian candidate was a vote for Obama. Was Romney a perfect choice for conservative Republicans? Of course not. But he was light years better than Obama and he was the only candidate that could have won against Obama. It is people like you that put Obama back in office and inflicted the damage of the next four years on our nation.
The very quotable British novelist Samuel Butler observed that, “Self-preservation is the first law of nature.”  Reports coming from Washington seem to show that this instinct is increasingly demonstrated in a very short-sighted set of actions by institutional Republicans in light of recent successes where grassroots held their elected representatives’ feet to the fire; a fire fueled by the party platform.