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Republicans Nullifying Conservatives

vicki19 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:03 AM
Re:Republicans nullify conservatives. I believe the Steele leadership is a precursor to what Romney would offer as President if he were to obtain that position. Republicans counting on true conservatives and people of faith to support them because of the consequences of re-electing Obama may not have come to terms with how tired conservatives are with Republican double talk. I supported McCain because of Palin on the ticket, no matter how conservative Romney might choose his VP I am no longer supporting the Republican ticket. I am preparing my personal life and household for drastic changes to come in the future of this once great land.
Bob_K Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:26 AM
If you don't vote for Romney, you may end up with a self-fulfilling prophecy on that drastic change thing.
I voted for Newt in Florida. He obviously lost, bummer. But that's over. At this point, if Hillary Clinton was chosen as the Republican candidate in the general election, I would march down to the polling place and vote for her.
I might waver if it was Hugo Chavez, maybe.
When you have a rotten tomato in the refrigerator, you throw it away. Even if the only other tomato you have is just somewhat better than the rotten one. You're still better off.
Origanalist Again Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:49 AM
Bob, I can't believe what I just read.
Louie13 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 11:09 AM
Bob K and Arpien, stop and think for a minute, what would Jesus do? Would he vote for Beelzebub, Satan’s second in command in H-ell, to keep Satan from winning? Compromise is Satan’s way of continually pushing everything to the left. When you vote for the least evil, you make yourself party to evil. A Christian, and a Conservative, must do right and risk the consequences. Never compromise with evil. That is what had gotten us into this mess to start with.

Iowa PatN Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 2:13 PM
TAXACHUSETTS GOVERNOR WILLARD'S RECORD and that of the ObaMarxist are an excellent MATCH! Check the campaign finance agency records to see that Sketch Romney is funded by the same banksters and corporate gangsters as ObaMarxist. The same Illuminati puppeteer works both puppets. NO DIFFERENCE!
My Redeemer Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:11 AM
I agree the Republican Party left us we did not leave them. I don't want to plug my nose and vote for another establishment republican RHINO that was shoved down my throat. I am changing my party to Independent after the primary and when and if some day we get a true concervative in there somewhere I will vote. But to suggest that if we don't vote for Romney we are allowing Obama to win that is just the establishments way to minipulate us.
arpiem Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:43 AM
Actually, it's the truth. I suppose it's indignant persons such as yourself who refused to vote for McCain. As a result we have a communist who has appointed two ultra-liberal SC justices and has taken away more freedoms every day he's been in office. Bravo! That's very clear thinking!
My Redeemer Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:51 AM
I voted for McCain and look what happened he lost anyway so don't tell me that he lost because of me. I am sick of party politics the republicans have become as dishonest as the Dems and if you can't see that than thats on you. it's not very nice to assume and if you had been reading my posts you would have known it.
Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 9:22 PM
My Redeemer:

I understand your frustration. I do. I have told myself many times what you are telling yourself right now, but please consider the following:

The Democratic party use to be a party of some principles. They fought for the working man, and although I disagreed with them on many things, I think they cared about making a better America. Now, the Dem party is dominated by communists. It has taken about 55 years for the communists to take over the Dem party.

We can remake the Repub party into a conservative party, but it will take time, and the efforts of all of us. Being faint hearted won’t get us there. “Let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” Galatians 6:9

Ms Kelly Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 9:22 PM

You may not even live to see the good results, but when you stand before “your redeemer” at least you can say you did your best.
Roy323 Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 10:42 PM
Redeemer-I wouldn't think of attempting to "manipulate you or anyone else. However, it doesn't take a mental Giant to see that Third-Party vote or failure to vote for anyone this Election is a de facto vote for Obama! As a long ago voter for one Ross Perot I like to think I learned SOMETHING from that fiasco. Bit PRESS ON--whatever floats your boat!
wiseone Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 10:08 AM
It's not only a precursor, it is a reflection of the Romney campaign so far.

After the primary is over and the Republican establishment wins, the usual suspects line up to give the rest of us out here in the grassroots a sanctimonious lesson in party unity.

But after a series of unfortunate events like what took place in Oklahoma this week, with Republicans and not Democrats nullifying conservatives, the whole “rah-rah go team GOP” thing is becoming a tougher pill for some conservatives to swallow.

Oklahoma is among the reddest of red states. Republicans dominate state government there, possessing 31 of the 48 seats in the Oklahoma Senate and 68 of the 99 seats in...