Skip to comments.Romney vs Obama: One Critical Difference We Can't Ignore
Posted on 04/17/2012 12:52:07 AM PDT by Bronco_Buster_FweetHyagh
I am beyond disappointed that the RINO Republican establishment has saddled us once again with a scum sucking moderate. Jim Robinson has expressed his non-support of mitt Romney in no uncertain terms. I wholeheartedly agree with his disgust.
The reason that the establishment wants Romney as opposed to a true conservative is status quo. The Republican establishment is just as guilty as mainstream Democrats. They are making money off a system that is fundamentally broken. Their only concern is who is steering a sinking ship.
However, there is one critical difference between Romney and Obama. It is a difference we cannot ignore. Barack Obama hates the united states of America. Barack Obama believes that the USA needs to be taken down a notch. Barack Obama apologizes for our history. Barack Obama believes that the core foundation of our country is rotten. Barack Obama believes that the "so-called founding fathers" we're Evil and to blame.
The Republican establishment may well have saddled us with the one piece of crap candidate who can actually lose to Barack Obama. I can't stomach the idea of voting for a left of center RINO like Mitt Romney.
However, mitt Romney does not hate America. There is no more pressing danger and threat to our country than Barack Obama in the hard-core socialist communist left wing.
I did not want George Bush. I did not want John McCain. I do not want mitt Romney. I am sick of the Republican establishment counting on me to vote for their mainstream moderate candidates simply because they know I will not abandon ship. In essence, they take true conservatives for granted.
We should not take our ball and go home just because we are not winning this time. There will be no third-party candidate. A vote for anyone other than that Romney come election time will be a vote for Barack Obama. I don't care how much I dislike Mitt Romney. And nothing anyone here can say can make something positively untrue true. Barack Obama and Romney are not the same. The one critical difference is that Barack Obama hates this country and secretly or not so secretly wishes to destroy this country and change its future for the worse.
We got stuck with Bill Clinton because of disillusioned conservatives who voted for Ross Perot. Surely we are smart enough people to learn from the past.
The “delusion” is chasing the false hope that Romney will stave off Obama.
Welcome to the United Soviet States of America..where the Pravda State Media vet the candidates to the pleasure and needs of the RinoCrat UniParty.
This election will be a non-election...featuring the state approved candidates-whose only distinction is whether they are black or white.
You do not get there by being a beltway castroti and voting election after election for progressive drones of the new world order. The republican party has NEVER been a conservative party... the only time they acted as one was when Reagan beat the crap out of them and the dims. We will seize the party and purge you progressives... or we will destroy it and build anew. We only have to look at the left to see how they took over the dim party. They lost a few elections and then in 3.5 years... their agenda is in place. mitt is a dim... go spread your crap at the DU!
The reason they keep pulling the same cr*p on you is because you keep falling for it! Stop falling for it! You KNOW (R)Money is not the answer...so don't vote for him! And stop blathering about how you don't have any other choice! You have choices!
The damage that`s been done to America will not be undone by the likes of Romney. Can you tell me one thing Romney intends to accomplish, aside from nibbling around the edges of the big-government leviathon and managing the overall decline of this country? Romney goes to such great lengths trying to sound like a conservative on Monday, a moderate on Wednesday and a liberal on Friday nobody really knows what the hell the man stands for. So what are our guideposts, other than his decidedly liberal background as MA governor?
I settled for Bush I and II, Dole and finally McCain. And this time, as the GOP “settles” on its weakest and worst candidate in modern history, I`m saying “no thanks.. not this time.”
Reagan said it best when addressing his departure from the democrat party.. “I didn`t leave that party; it left me.”
Excellent piece - I agree wholeheartedly. If ever there was an election where we wanted to teach the RINO establishment a lesson, this isn’t it. There’s no turning back after obama’s term two. Look at the in your face crap he’s pulling while running for a second term. I’d hate to see what he does when he has nothing to lose. the damage will be irreparable. He’ll be doing a lot more than raising the rainbow flag in a war zone. Four years is a very long time. I don’t think I could handle watching him rip our country apart day after day for another half decade..
Thank you for that timely word. Yes, and when we complained that nothing was getting done, even while the GOP held the presidency and both houses of congress, the establishment told us, "We need a super-majority to get those things done! Give us a super-majority!" Buncha lyin' power mongers.
Romney 4,595,908Or another way to look at these numbers: the "establishment" didn't "ram Romney down our throats", we did it to ourselves, by dividing our vote:
Vote totals so far. Whether you like it or not, I personally loathe it, a plurality of the GOP electorate, not the GOP ESTABLISHMENT, voted for Romney. Now we must concentrate on how best to kick Obama out of office.
5.6 million conservative vs 4.6 million Romney.
And I'm not even counting Ron Paul, which is arguably beyond hope.
WE rammed Romney down our own throats by not sticking together.
Once the first big conservative vote was in from South Carolina (Iowa is not big and NH is not conservative) we should have COALESCED behind the winner and we would have 5.6 million votes for the non-Romney candidate.
But we conservatives don't know how to coalesce. We don't know how to work together. We only know how to bitch and moan about the "establishment" after we divide our clear majority into 2 non-working minorities.
We. Are. Stupid.
So Romney would give 2 or 3 John Paul Stevens-type justices (a la Ford), vs. 2 or 3 Ruth Bader Ginsburgs.
Well, that makes all the difference. /s
That is exactly right. Except for the color of their skin and the (R) and the (D) next to their printed name there is no difference.
Don't forget who gets to appoint Supreme Court Justices. If Obama gets to replace Kennedy the Constitution will be abolished.
You are a cowardly fear-monger and you ought to leave Free Republic.
As Glenn Beck pointed out MITT ROMNEY IS NOT A COMMUNIST
If you entertain the thought that (R)Money will appoint conservative, principled judges you are living in fairy land.
Prove it. We KNOW Obama will appoint another marxist to the SC. You want another Kagan or Sotomayor? How about Bill Ayers? Yeah, I’d rather take my chances with Romney appointing a SC justice than Obama.
Romney knows there are not 57 states.
Romney would not have canceled the F-22 program.
Romney would not have canceled the American space program.
Romney didn’t smoke pot in college.
Romney may not be (in a million years is not) my favorite candidate, but he’s most certainly preferable to four more years of Obama.
It is absurd the comparison is even being made.
Governor Mitt Romney, who touts his conservative credentials to out-of-state Republicans, has passed over GOP lawyers for three-quarters (75%) of the 36 judicial vacancies he has faced, instead tapping registered Democrats or independents including two gay lawyers who have supported expanded same-sex rights.
Of the 36 people Romney named to be judges or clerk magistrates, 23 are either registered Democrats or unenrolled voters who have made multiple contributions to Democratic politicians or who voted in Democratic primaries, state and local records show. In all, he has nominated nine registered Republicans, 13 unenrolled voters, and 14 registered Democrats.
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