We're all still out here. It's basically reality check time. We cannot allow obama to dig us in deeper than he already has. He is without a doubt deliberately dividing and deconstructing our country. Hating Romney and sitting this one out isn't going to help. If obama gets another four years (or more), there will be no turning back.
This has nothing to do with "Hating Romney and sitting this one out isn't going to help." That debate doesn't start until after the convention. There is still time to capture events and change them... I support Newton Leroy Gingrich with all my heart, but will vote for Romney if he's on the ballot. I won't like it. I will do it. I consider it a duty I have to my country.
Sorry, but there is no amount of begging and cajoling that will force me to vote for Romney, ever! If he is the nominee, and Obama goes on to win, then both the country and the GOP-E get the President they deserve.
“Oh where have you gone Tea Party, where have you gone?”
Regardless of what everyone states about the Tea Party, that it is not one person (which is true), they do need a leader to inspire the party.....Like her or not, Palin brings attention and excitement to a race like no one including Obama......We are going to lose this election, it’s not Palin’s fault, but I think everyone would have been more energized with her involvement.....It’s a damn shame........I really think she had a shot if she would have run......Romney?...ARE YOU KIDDING?......Santorum?...Would vote for him if he were to get the nomination......Newt?.....Would vote for him too, but I don’t think his nomination will happen.....And all these TEA PARTY a@@holes who were bought off to endorse Romney: Haley, Rubio, ect. make me puke......
It looks like Romney is going to win, though there is still a possibility he can be denied.
Apparently a lot of people I have respect for (DeMint, Rubio, Thune, Issa, Cantor, Mack, now Ryan and others) do not believe so, or believe it is best not to keep fighting...but I will until he is actually the nominee.
If he is nominated, I will vote for Romney over Obama. Precisely because of the reasoning you gave. Anyone who allows Obama another four years is, IMHO, whistling past the graveyard, the graveyard of our country. But that is just my opinion and they are entitled to their own.
But, for myself, I will do nothing to enable another four years of this abjkect, American despising Marxist to have another four years to continue his mayhem.
With Romney, if we have the right congress in there (and I believe we will) we will hold him to his campaign promises and he will delver, because if nothing else, he is a politician and he wants to keep his job.
It will be an election where only a handful of states will make or break Romney. The commie union states are gone ie Ohio, Wisconsin, Nevada.. Any of the GOP candidates have to win at the least Florida.
Talk all you want about how we have to get behind Romney it does not matter, the commie unions will take enough states for Obama...
Voting for Romney sends the clear signal that the “Tea Party” will fall in line, so we really need a center / left nominee to compete for the Democrat votes.
Of course, the Dems will never vote for one of our liberals over one of their own, so all we really do is demoralize our own base. At least the Dims are smart enough to realize this, that is why they never nominate a candidate that is even marginally conservative. They understand it is more important to keep your own base than to try and convince the other side that you are really one of them.