For many of us, this primary season has been a disappointment. I suspect that for the majority of users and visitors on this site we are now faced with a somewhat similar situation to what we had in the last election.
From my own point of view, it is now important for us to work on every way possible to push Mr. Romney to the right. I think it can be done, if he he knows he will have support. His speech last night showed that he, or at least his staff, has been listening. What remains to be seen is whether we can be influential and not lose sight of the fact that there is nothing more important than removing Obama.
We've all done what we could to push our preferred candidate, now I think we have to do what we can to continue pushing our agenda and promoting our values.
>>it is now important for us to work on every way possible to push Mr. Romney to the right
Agreed. Usually after nomination the candidates “move toward the center”. Romney may already BE there. But I will again repeat I’m voting for “change” in the White House this fall.
Are we truly a center-right country? Time to prove it.
He just put an avowed gay activist on his staff. I don’t think they are listening as well as you do at this point.
I’ll stand alone with Sarah Palin.ANYONE but OBAMA....he must go at ALL costs. If Romney is just one rung above OBAMA so be it. For now , that is my stance.
I keep looking and listening to God for directions. This election is crucial. We will not have a second chance if Obama is re-elected. It will be over , America will be gone.
I’ve fought for a conservative. Both Newt and Santorum, but neither have been able to hold up against the establishment.