I’ve rejected your argument long ago. This is about not being able to support a man who is in direct opposition to my cherished values.
It is possible to conduct a 2-front war in which one of the enemies gets first attention. Iraq/Afghanistan was such a war.
But, just because we destroyed Iraq first doesn’t mean that we gave Mullah Omar a general-ship in the American army. He was, after all, still an enemy.
” - - - It is possible to conduct a 2-front war - - - “
I agree, in war and in politics.
What we have here is: 1.) a War to rid our Nation of the counterculture, Communist Obama;
and 2.) a battle to rid the Republican Party of the Bipartisan Cave-In elected politicians that are Republicans In Name Only.
The War to convincingly defeat Obama is compromised whenever the RINO politicians start to Cave-In to Obama BEFORE the voters have a chance to vote Obama out.
The old McCain Days of passing out ‘hold-your-nose-when-you-vote-for-a-RINO’ noseclamps are over, but Romney refuses to believe it.
Romney is totally clueless as a politician and the polls reflect that fact.
If Romney wants to win by a large margin, then he must convince the voters that there is a large difference between him and Obama.
Obama is a Communist through and through. Obama wants to continue to take the US Federal Government on the Communist historically proven track of failure.
Romney must show the voters that he, Romney, is VERY different from Obama.
If Romney cant do that then Obama will keep on the Communist wrong track, and we lose the War to the Obama Communists.
If Romney can do that, then we win the War against the Obama Communists. Then, after Romneys election victory, we will continue the battle to hold the RINOs accountable for their actions, in-actions, and cave-ins.
I am of the opinion that Romney will lose the War to Obama UNLESS he shows a greater difference between himself and Obama. Thus, I choose to call out Romney whenever he shows his Socialist inclinations, such as his stated goal of saving parts of Obamacare.
IOW, I have chosen to fight the battle with RINO Romney in the firm belief that unless he rejects his Obama-lite ideas, he will lose the War to Obama by a razor thin margin.
To Romney: To win big there must be a big difference. Tick-Tock.
To those FReepers who find fault with my opinion, let me ask you this question: Why is there a statistical tie in the Polls between Obama and Romney at this late date if there is a big difference between the two candidates?