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To: D-fendr; Windflier
D-fendr, thanks for the link. I listened to Breitbart in the link, and listened carefully. He was eloquent.

He talked about how conservatives aren't going to sit back and take it anymore. He talked about the long-range vision and strategy of the liberals; he talked about how the Democrat party was not our folks' Democrat party, that it had become much different. He talked about what Obama is, what he represents in accomplishment for that twisted party.

This is a FACT: Romney has a documented record to illustrate his political expansion of the same leftist guiding principles as Obama and crew, on FIVE major issues: global warming cap-and-trade regulation, government-run health care, on-demand abortion, appointment of liberal activist judges to rationalize illegal "law," and the forcing of the homosexual agenda on Americans and their military, the military where their kids may serve someday.

Romney most certainly bastardizes the Republican party as Obama and his ilk have bastardized the Democrat party of our parents' generation.

Every argument to vote for Romney is built on the rattling and shaking of big bigga-boos, and the making of loud noises to frighten voters into voting FOR a guy who is a walking example of the liberal Republican who betrays all the reasons we vote Republican in the first place.

All you folks who think Romney would offer a chance -- take the time to look at him closely. You think of him as a feather that blows in the wind. God forbid he wins, you will think of him as an iron fist in the most velvety Republican glove. You understand how easily progressivism and its tyranny fits Romney philosophically. If you've been paying attention to Romney's tactics and circle for the past five years, you perceive that he's ruthless and arrogant. He regards those who doubt him as child-like, children, beneath him. That is how he regards me and you, and you had better understan that is is how he would regard fellow Republicans who are conservatives: as backward children.

Breitbart pretty much falls flat when it comes to explaining how a people who "aren't going to take it anymore" should voluntarily, passionately, angrily, vote FOR a guy who's actively been on the wrong side for all of his political career.

This isn't a vote against the Democrat. It's so ironic because Breitbart knows the enemy: it is liberalism. Romney is a liberal. That he happens to be Republican is Part II of the 2008 primary; we all know how he got there. Breitbart is advocating Einstein's Defenition of Insanity.

I don't like it any better than you do, D-fendr, but just because I don't like it doesn't mean it isn't the truth. Voting for Romney is as nuts as voting for Obama; it's gotten to the point where voting Republican requires me to vote against my own self-interest morally and fiscally.

Common sense MUST prevail. People make stupid choices when they're panicked and scared, and panic and fear are THE ONLY marketing tools of Romney. PAY ATTENTION.

26 posted on 05/03/2012 9:52:47 AM PDT by Finny ("Raise hell. Vote smart." -- Ted Nugent * By the way, Ted, voting for Romney is voting stupid.)
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To: Finny

Thanks very much for your reply.

I agree with Breitbart on how critical it is to remove this regime and how we must do so - the last couple of minutes of the video. I agree with Newt on this also, and Mark Levine and Rush also.

Yes, this is an appeal to authority, but it’s what I agree with also.

I most certainly understand your feelings and views, but I think the stakes are too high now. The primary mission in this campaign is to remove the regime from power.

Again, thank you for your courteous and thoughtful reply.

27 posted on 05/03/2012 10:00:24 AM PDT by D-fendr (Deus non alligatur sacramentis sed nos alligamur.)
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