It will be interesting to see how many of us who pledge unshakable opposition to Romney will end up voting for him after he wins the nomination.
IF he wins, and I’m not convinced he has sealed the deal yet, do you seriously expect people to vote for the Marxist Barry Hussein? Sorry pal, NOT DOING IT!!!! If that is the case and FR becomes O central, I can assure you I won’t be here to argue anything. When FR supports Hussein it’s just another Kos or DU.
Post #93 bears repeating...
“Your biggest enemies are totalitarian rat bastard psychopaths like Cass Sunstein, John Holdren, and Obama and Co, who will literally kill you if they get a chance. I don’t mean politically. I mean they intend to kill you, and your family. They have said as much off the record.
Whining about Romney’s faux conservatism is a high class problem compared to physical survival.”
The third choice is to vote for neither socialist and focus on more viable contests, such as unseating Crybaby Boehner and retaking the Senate.
If Romney wins the nomination, the real question in 2012 will be whether the letter R can convince you to vote for a progressive (by his own admission) socialist who advocates the same positions as Barack Obama when he’s not busy being “severely conservative.”
Now which group was going to make FR a bastion of liberalism? The ones who refuse to throw their beliefs under the bus?