Skip to comments.Romney, Evangelicals on the Same Page of the Playbook Now?
Posted on 05/17/2012 6:38:47 AM PDT by Reaganite Republican
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This “evangelical” has a real problem with Romney, because he is a stink’n liberal.
This “evangelical” has a real problem with Romney, because he distorted the records of the conservatives in the race with mega bucks and offered nothing, yet apparently has won the nomination.
This “evangelical” has a real problem with liberals, it is that simple and I will not vote for one.
But Obama solved that for him overnight with the gay marriage endorsement- there’ll be 95% turnout among Evangelicals now.’
Yeah, thanks, Dick - you make the same assumption all elites of both parties make: that all evangelicals vote as a block, on knee-jerk issues, and we’ll follow anybody who says “the right things”. Wrong. I won’t vote for Mitt Romney (so you can all blame ME if O wins, yadda yadda yadda) because I can’t trust him to be conservative, either fiscally or socially, on ANY issue.
The best worst candidate is still a bad candidate. Down-ballot races will get my attention and support.
I’m sure Romney taking a position on gay marriage that is contradictory to his past and current actions has helped him.
But 95% of the evangelical vote? I don’t think so.
The constitution party got 0.5% vote last time.
I’m hoping they are closer to 5.0% this time. That would give them a real voice.
Now that Arizona’s Secretary of State has asked Hawaii for the birth certificate and has stated that they won’t put Obama on the ballot unless they get it. It becomes more likely that Obama may have to drop out of the race due to eligibility issues, which means the Rat’s could substitute Hillary or someone else.
How many Congressmen will the CP send to Washington? So where's the voice going to come from?
I’m expecting a “me too” from Romney, the “Father of Homosexual Marriage.”
I'm not. Romney can read the polls. He appears to be quite adept at saying one thing and doing something else.
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