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texexpatriate Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 10:00 PM
From my own observations I expect Romney to win in a landslide, but if he does do as I expect, what then? Will Mr. Romney act to restore the Republic or will he behave as a RINO, sending the U.S. down the statist road to more and more socialism? Or to the inevitable: Secession by more than half the states?
anonymous3218 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 2:54 AM
I believe Romney is honest in his intentions to move us back to a constitutional-style government. Certainly he will be 100 times better for the country than what we've got in the White House now. However, keep in mind the absolute tangle -- a virtual governmental Gordian Knot -- that Obama and his cronies have created in four years. Things are a mess, and it's going to take a monumental effort to sort them out and put things right. If the Congress remains stacked against Romney in the Senate, the job is going to be even harder. Let's hope the landslide you predict affects more than Romney.

We not only must win this thing, we can. Maybe we are. Hard to know while we’re being bludgeoned with polls projecting Democrat turnout levels equal to 2008 Obama euphoria.

Complicating things is the sour commentary of some who lament the challenger isn’t a miraculous fusion of Ron Paul’s Constitutional passion, Newt Gingrich’s creativity and skill at skewering the media, Rick Santorum’s unflinching stands on social issues, and Gary Johnson’s happy creed of liberty over all. As if such a Frankenborg exists.

America has a choice with historic and immediate consequences. The constitutional future...

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