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Nov 07 2011

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Patriots didn’t lose the 2008 election in November. We lost when an untrustworthy statist RINO disliked by the conservative base was handed the nomination.

It’s not too late to avoid making that mistake again. Mittens Romney is not more electable than a conservative, nor is he inevitable. Stop by the newly launched Not Mitt Romney to see what you can do to prevent another McCain/Dole-style debacle.

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  • http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com Reaganite Republican

    DEFINITELY NOT!!!

  • Jypsea Rose

    Anyone..and I mean anyone but Mittens. If the GOP elite continue down this road, I vow right here and now to go 3rd party. And I mean it. I tell ‘em that when they call asking for $$$.

  • CT

    No to Mittens

  • oldguy

    I assume Republican members of congress, having to defend their seats next year, are privy to accurate polls. Be careful who you nominate for president-You will have to run on the same ticket. The Tea Party has spoken once already in 2010. If they stay home in 2012, The Republican party just may be finished for good.

  • AC

    I pledge not to vote for Romney under any circumstances. I will not cosign the destruction of the country at the hands of a leftist liberal.

  • chuck in st paul

    I said it before and I’ll say it again – I will NOT pull the handle for another RINO. Not. Ever.

  • RICH

    Again with this shit? WTF Dave? Is this your unofficial endorsement of Obama? Ya, now I’m pissed. He’s not my first choice, but let me tell you moonbats something, if Mitt Romney is the nominee – NOT voting for him will mean 4 more years of Obama.

    Fuck that.

    I got 3 words for you unpatriotic moonbats who won’t vote for him; Dereliction of Duty. I didn’t always agree with my CO, but I still did my job. If that means voting for Romney to get our affirmative action, gay loving, community-organizer-in-chief muslim out of the oval office, you bet your moonbat ass I’ll pull the lever for him.

    ARE WE CLEAR?

  • AC

    So if we vote for Romney, and Romney wins, then we have signaled to the Republican party that it can get away with nominating odious liberals.

    If Romney wins, and the economy collapses, who do you think the sheeple will blame? They will blame conservatism for the failings of liberal leftist Mitt Romney.

    In 2016 do you want a Marxist even worse than Obama being elected by a frustrated population amid economic collapse?

    Romney is a liberal. If you vote for Romney then you are voting for a liberal. If the choice is between two liberals, then we must vote against the dysfunctional Republican party and replace it with one committed to conservatism and liberty.

    If there is no principled conservative on the ballot then the election is already lost. If that is the case, then we might as well begin working to replace the dysfunctional party which brought us to this point and not get conservatism erroneously blamed in the process.

    If a liberal takes office in 2012 do you want any hope of a strong conservative in 2016? Doing so requires something other than business as usual from the broken two party system.

  • RICH

    All this talk about 2016 when we haven’t even seen 2012 yet. You’re putting the cart before the horse.

    “blame conservatism for the failings of liberal leftist”

    [Sigh]

    The economy sucks. Most of the “sheeple” aren’t blaming the liberals, so your point is moot.

    The republican party is all messed up right now. If we have to take baby steps to get our country back in the right direction, so be it.

  • Marci

    Liberals actually like this man, which is your first clue.

  • Conan

    Rich,

    Here is the crux of the issue as I see it.

    If I feed you a shit sandwich for lunch everyday (lao loves em) and you eat it w/o a complaint, guess what is on the menu tomorrow? The ONLY way that we are going to STOP RINOism to to say FUCK NO and stand by our guns.

    I voted FOR Barr AGAINST both Obummer and McShamnesty. I knew that BOTH were going Left, only ONE was yelling HARD A PORT and the other was ordering 15 degrees left rudder.

    FUCK RINOS. FUCK MITTENS. FUCK OBAMA.

    Either you HAVE principles or you don’t.

    Either you STAND by them or you don’t.

  • AC

    You know, this blog is devoted to pointing out many examples of how various voting blocs are taken advantage of and exploited by the Democratic party, which does not have their interests at heart.

    Groups like the welfare bloc walk like robots to the polls and loyally pull the lever for the people who are part of the problem.

    Shouldn’t we be better than that? Why do we let them keep lying to us and playing us like suckers incapable of voting counter to the wishes of the party bosses?

    Mitt Romney is a despicable, lying weasel. The only thing he stands for is another term and the only thing he believes is that he’d like to hold a higher office. I wouldn’t vote for him if Ayn Rand rose from the dead and penned his entire platform; I would not trust Romney to honor his word.

    I’m done voting for spinning politicians who will say and do anything to further their careers and I’m done voting for politicians available for sale to the highest bidder.

    The Beltway culture of business as usual is choking this country, robbing the citizens, and destroying the wealth and the jobs of Main Street USA. Republicans and Democrats both share blame. Mitt Romney is not a departure from that culture.

    All this talk about 2016 when we haven’t even seen 2012 yet. You’re putting the cart before the horse.

    How so? See the Weimar Republic for what can happen. Bad economics brought hyperinflation and hyperinflation brought National Socialism.

    The economy sucks. Most of the “sheeple” aren’t blaming the liberals, so your point is moot.

    You say that now, but who will they blame if Romney takes office and things continue going to hell? When the depression comes out and makes itself evident, and deficit spending and money printing can hide it no more, how desperate do you think people will become?

    Since the beginning of the republic the question of, “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?” has been a driving force in American politics. If liberal leftist Mitt Romney inherits an economy poisoned by Obamunism and on a crash course for a currency crisis, how many people will answer that question with a “yes” when Romney runs for reelection?

    They’ll see things much worse off than four years ago, prices up, the dollar down, the economy going to hell, joblessness all around, and many people will be hesitant to give up their food stamps and other benefits.

    The same clueless hope which brought Comrade Chairman into office in 2008 can easily emerge in 2016 if conservatism is scapegoated for a collapsed economy. If you thought Bush bashing was bad, wait until people get a taste of real, actual economic depression.

    Never mind Mitt’s erosion of our civil liberties in the meantime. He’s hostile to individual liberty and especially hostile to the Second Amendment.

    The only way to win this thing is to nominate a principled conservative who can save us. If Obama wins, we lose. If Romney is nominated, then either he or Obama will win, and we lose. If a real conservative is on the ballot then we at least have a chance of winning.

    If the Republican party is too stupid or self-serving to recognize this then it is in need of replacement.

    The people on the Titanic needed more than baby steps on the way to the lifeboats. As far as our country goes, we need more than baby steps, and let me tell you – right now, there aren’t enough lifeboats for everybody.

  • Ghost of FA Hayak

    If there is no principled conservative on the ballot then the election is already lost.
    Right on target AC
    But I think the party insiders have already resigned themselves to take a mulligen on this round, rather than surrender control of their precious party.
    A Mittens nomination will be a Ford redux, or worse.
    He ain’t goin nowhere with 25 to maybe 30 percent of the base.
    Rich, it is not Obama that I fear, rather it is the next generation that I fear for.
    They will be inheriting mind boggling debt, and have been indoctrinated into nothing less than pure distilled Marxism. Will Mittens inspire them to take the bull by the horns ? Or will it be easier to promise them a few more entitlements, compliments of a “new improved” big government ?
    My “duty” is not to the Repubic party, nor Romney, or any RINO for that matter. They do not deserve that kind of power, and I refuse to give it to them.
    ARE WE CLEAR ?

  • lao

    “Repubic Party” = LOL

  • Contessa61

    Anyone is better than Obama. Mitt had to move to the left to govern liberal Mass. He can move to the right to govern the US.

  • AC

    Mitt wants to move to the White House to put another feather in his cap, because Mitt will say and do anything if it is good for Mitt. Haven’t we had enough of that?

    Electing RINOs is not a winning strategy for the nation. It reminds me of a bad businessman losing money on each unit but thinking he’ll make up for it in volume.

    Playing stop loss politics is not a winning strategy no matter what the volume.

    People aren’t thinking ahead. They see the Manchurian Moonbat and are willing to surrender to any alternative.

    We need outs. We need some path to a positive outcome, because right now the mantra seems to be keep up the trend of losing less.

    When you’re in a hole, stop digging.

    I’d sooner write-in a principled conservative whose plan is to stop digging than vote for a liberal RINO who insists we use a smaller shovel. Regardless of shovel size, digging is a unidirectional act always headed in the same direction, to the same end.

  • Jypsea Rose

    “My “duty” is not to the Repubic party, nor Romney, or any RINO for that matter. They do not deserve that kind of power, and I refuse to give it to them.
    ARE WE CLEAR ?”

    Yep. That.

  • sgtgaffers

    Guys, I’ve got to tell you that this line of thinking is why the Democrats will always dominate politics. Politically speaking, Conservatives are way too rigid. We expect our Leaders and the Republican party to be 100% conservative 100% of the time. We expect our leaders and our government to follow the laws set forth and to be as minimalist as possible. This is an admiral belief but its also a pipe dream.

    The only reason anyone runs for President, or Senator, or Governor, is because of power. Without the promise of power, these jobs are pretty shitty. You have to spend several years in the political circuit before you gain any kind of success (with the exception of Obama and Cain). Every facet of your life is scrutinized by the public. No matter what decision you make, there’s going to be that hate you for making it. The only draw of political servitu

  • sgtgaffers

    Guys, I’ve got to tell you that this line of thinking is why the Democrats will always dominate politics. Politically speaking, Conservatives are way too rigid. We expect our Leaders and the Republican party to be 100% conservative 100% of the time. We expect our leaders and our government to follow the laws set forth and to be as minimalist as possible. This is an admiral belief but its also a pipe dream.

    The only reason anyone runs for President, or Senator, or Governor, is because of power. Without the promise of power, these jobs are pretty shitty. You have to spend several years in the political circuit before you gain any kind of success (with the exception of Obama and Cain). Every facet of your life is scrutinized by the public. No matter what decision you make, there’s going to be that hate you for making it. The only draw of political servitude is power, and the rewards it brings. Candidates might say they run for office because of the desire to make the U.S. a better place, but that’s a lie. I bring this up because the root of conservatism is that we abhor the thought of so much power given to so few people. We expect our leaders to be little more than mouthpieces for constituents. I’m sorry, but I don’t know too many people that would go through the bullshit that comes with being a politician just so they can be a mouthpiece. Liberals, on the other hand, want to be led. They are willing to betray some of their principles in order to get a leader that will

  • sgtgaffers

    increase the power of government. The democrat party has realized this and has gone out of its way to make promises to all kinds of groups in order to gain influence. They got the hispanics by being pro-illegal immigration. They got the blacks by offering up welfare and affirmative action (ironically, these programs end up screwing black people in the long run) and the promise and delivery of a black president. They got homosexuals by being anti-don’t ask don’t tell and pro-gay marriage. None of these programs increase the original liberal goal of government expansion. These were made because the Democrats were willing to placate different groups in order to gain their votes.

    The liberal Democrat Party, for all of its philosophical and fiscal flaws, is amazing at playing the political game. Its flexible and is a master at populism. It controls the media, education, the courts, health care and the entertainment industry (that last one might not seem important, but don’t underestimate the power of propaganda). Conservatives have refused to budge on anything and what do we have to show for it? Radio? We can’t gain any lasting influence that way.

    I know the word compromise makes people sick to their stomachs (I know it does mine) but we have to do it sometimes in order to stay viable. I know its distasteful, but the only way we can survive is by sometimes going with the popular RINO over the unpopular conservative. Think about it. Cain, the only other half-way realistic candidate, is currently polling at around 32% in most polls. Obama is polling at around 45%. One guy has dragged this country into a cesspool and the other guy is being accused of sexual harassment. What the hell does Obama have to do in order to be more unpopular than Cain? This right here shows how little of a chance Cain has in winning the Presidential election.

    The simple fact of the matter is that, while the thought of voting for him makes us queasy, Romney is the only way to go. You can make yet another stand against the Republican party like you did in 2008, but the party isn’t going to change. The Republican party cannot be limited to just the far right wing. There’s just not enough true conservatives out there to make a major change. Instead, it needs to remain inclusive to conservatives, libertarians, right-leaning moderates and the religious-right. This is the only way any kind of conservative change can be made in this country. Just remember, if you think Obama was bad before, just think how bad he’ll be if he wins another term and doesn’t have to worry about appeasing independent voters any more.

    By the way, I’m a fiscal and (99%) social conservative. I would love it if we could get a true conservative as president, but its not going to happen. Like RICH says, we need to take baby steps in order to get the country back.

  • sgtgaffers

    BTW, sorry about the multiple broken postings. My laptop has issues with the touch pad and the mouse randomly clicks while I type. Stupid thing kept clicking over the Add your reply button.

  • sgtgaffers

    and I typed admiral instead of admirable. My bad.

  • RICH

    Counting those who won’t vote for Romney and we’re now up to +10 for Obama, just on this thread! +10 Obama!! WTG patriots!!!

    Not sure what you are all smoking but keep that shit away from me. We can’t handle 4 more years of Obama. You’re all as stubborn as a jackass. You want to talk about moonbattery? Perhaps you should take a good look in the mirror first.

  • Ghost of FA Hayak

    None of these programs increase the original liberal goal of government expansion. These were made because the Democrats were willing to placate different groups in order to gain their votes
    sgtgaffers
    But these things do indeed increase the power of central government.
    You want extra rights ? Belong to this group here.
    You want your business to have the glorified status of “too big to fail” ? Get out the checkbook, and play along with the cronyist stimulus/bailout game. This business model is GUARANTEED to work.
    Government becomes kingmaker.

    You are making the argument that principles are a disability that needs to be shed so we can make winning at all costs (including the nation) our priority, just like the left.
    This will eventually implode, as evidenced by the fact that Obama has obviously not given enough to the Marxists, Socialists, Anarchists,and other assorted, entitled barbarians, as evidence at OWS shows.

    Think about it. Cain, the only other half-way realistic candidate, is currently polling at around 32% in most polls. Obama is polling at around 45%
    ….
    Live by the polls, die by the polls.
    Those are numbers with still a Democrat weighted skew, and against a generic Republican
    Nobody has challenged the Won yet, and will not until the primaries are over. The leftist media is now charged with discouraging you, and picking your candidate. How are they doing ?
    And I hope you are bracing yourself for the inevitable Mittens scandal waiting in the leftist wings. Not true, you say ? Hasn’t stopped the left yet.
    ….
    There’s just not enough true conservatives out there to make a major change. Instead, it needs to remain inclusive to conservatives, libertarians, right-leaning moderates and the religious-right
    ….
    That’s a pretty low bar for Romney to pass under, especially considering the alternative. Why can’t a conservative candidate do it as well ?

    Like RICH says, we need to take baby steps in order to get the country back.

    Baby steps ? The public saw McCain as a post turtle.
    He is the reason Obama was able to sell his now obviously fake “hope and change” rhetoric.
    Look, Mittens can promise to “trim the edges” of Obama’s disasters all he wants. It won’t help him.
    They are looking for guts. Someone who will actually CHALLENGE Obama. Someone who will actually make him OWN his mess.
    He is getting away with passing blame by leaving these turds at the side of the road.
    Mittens wants to polish them.

  • Ghost of FA Hayak

    None of these programs increase the original liberal goal of government expansion. These were made because the Democrats were willing to placate different groups in order to gain their votes
    sgtgaffers
    But these things do indeed increase the power of central government.
    You want extra rights ? Belong to this group here.
    You want your business to have the glorified status of “too big to fail” ? Get out the checkbook, and play along with the cronyist stimulus/bailout game. This business model is GUARANTEED to work.
    Government becomes kingmaker.

    You are making the argument that principles are a disability that needs to be shed so we can make winning at all costs (including the nation) our priority, just like the left.
    This will eventually implode, as evidenced by the fact that Obama has obviously not given enough to the Marxists, Socialists, Anarchists,and other assorted, entitled barbarians, as evidence at OWS shows.

    Think about it. Cain, the only other half-way realistic candidate, is currently polling at around 32% in most polls. Obama is polling at around 45%
    ….
    Live by the polls, die by the polls.
    Those are numbers with still a Democrat weighted skew, and against a generic Republican
    Nobody has challenged the Won yet, and will not until the primaries are over. The leftist media is now charged with discouraging you, and picking your candidate. How are they doing ?
    And I hope you are bracing yourself for the inevitable Mittens scandal waiting in the leftist wings. Not true, you say ? Hasn’t stopped the left yet. Ask Palin.
    ….
    There’s just not enough true conservatives out there to make a major change. Instead, it needs to remain inclusive to conservatives, libertarians, right-leaning moderates and the religious-right
    ….
    That’s a pretty low bar for Romney to pass under, especially considering the alternative. Why can’t a conservative candidate do it as well ?

    Like RICH says, we need to take baby steps in order to get the country back.

    Baby steps ? The public saw McCain as a post turtle.
    He is the reason Obama was able to sell his now obviously fake “hope and change” rhetoric.
    Look, Mittens can promise to “trim the edges” of Obama’s disasters all he wants. It won’t help him.
    They are looking for guts. Someone who will actually CHALLENGE Obama. Someone who will actually make him OWN his mess.
    He is getting away with passing blame by leaving these turds at the side of the road.
    Mittens wants to polish them.

  • Ghost of FA Hayak

    Sorry about the double post.
    Too passionate about these issues
    (typing with fist)

  • Winston Smith

    To be realistic the real reason for the move towards Obama in the final weeks before the 2008 election was people were scared and ran to some flashy empty suit known as Obama. McCain was a wishy washy candidate but any other Republican candidate would have lost by an even wider margin. As much as I dont like it the fact is that most of the people in the middle werent going to vote for a real conservative then. The 2008 economic implosion effects also put an army of Moonbat Democrats into Congress who gave them total control of both houses of Congress and the Presidency.

    The focus needs to be more on Congress – Romney isnto going to challenge or veto bills from a solidly conservative Congress. America a slightly right of center nation, not a hard core conservative nation (unfortunately). To be realistic Romney at this point is most likely to beat Obama. Depending on how things turn out with Cain, putting Cain into the VP slot would enhance the chances of an Obama defeat. This is assuming there is no actual evidence Cain did the things he is accused of (other than making some ill advised comments as most guys do). Bill Clinton tried to rape a woman and he got away with it. The things Cain is accused of is extrenely minor. There are other VP possibilities that would at least put a solid conservative in that slot to make sure Romney would do the bidding of a hopefully solid conservative Congress.

    Then again maybe the voters are stupid and nothing will change as they will be influenced by Obamas money and a complicit media who will put him in a good light and serves as the media arm of the DNC. A very strong possibility.

  • AC

    Assume we do take overwhelming control of Congress and assume further that the Congressional majority is led by real conservatives.

  • AC

    Assume we do take overwhelming control of Congress and assume further that the Congressional majority is led by real conservatives.

    (This is not realistic, as boo-hoo Boehner is a company man who sold us out and continued the spending. We need a staunch fiscal conservative in the White House to keep Boehner and his budgets in line.)

    Even with Congress on our side (and it isn’t), we still need a staunch conservative in the White House.

    The fact of the matter is that, ever since FDR, the executive branch has taken on an enormous amount of power, far beyond its constitutional limits.

    Electing a RINO yes man to the White House will not accomplish the vital goal of swiftly axing job killing red tape and bureaucracy. Romney likes big government, and he won’t make anything more than a token effort to use this out of control executive power to dismantle the out of control executive power through the use of EOs and rulemaking authority to rescind the past abuses of these powers.

    We need a guy who will rock the boat and cut through the thicket of red tape and bureaucracy.

    We don’t have eight years to forge a bipartisan agreement to reduce bureaucracy. We need a hard-charging conservative doing this from day one. The economy is too sick to wait for Congress to agree to repeal this executive overreach; we need the guy given the power of executive overreach to voluntarily walk away from it and put down the regulatory weapons he was given.

    That’s why I support Paul. Four years of his leadership will result in a swift, take no prisoners approach to reining in executive power. He won’t put up with job killing red tape or the bureaucrats who further it.

  • RICH

    Listen, I agree with most of what you are saying, but IF Romney is the nominee, you better do the right thing and vote for him.

    Do you want to see Obama really wield his supreme executive power? You haven’t seen anything yet. Watch what he does in his second “twilight” term. I’m trying to avoid that.

    All I’m asking is that, if it comes down to it, swallow your pride and do what’s [better] for the country. Vote Obama out.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    Excellent read, this thread.
    I’d like to add that this is precisely why primaries are just as important as the general election. We’ve got to get people involved this time around so we’re not stuck with yet another RINO prix fixe menu.

    If not, we can all continue arguing over policy while breaking apart furniture for heating fuel.

  • AC

    Listen, I agree with most of what you are saying, but IF Romney is the nominee, you better do the right thing and vote for him.

    If Romney is the nominee then the national Republican party is useless.

    I’ll do the right thing by voting against both corrupt and useless parties.

    I will not cosign for a man who will destroy our economy.

    The only way we can go forward is with a party which promotes conservatism. If the Republican party will not be that party then we damn well better work on replacing it ASAP.

    If a family member of mine was destroying himself with drugs, I would not give him any money, no matter how desperate he may seem. Enabling the behavior furthers the behavior. Likewise, I will not be an enabler of my party’s addiction to liberal RINOs.

    Do you want to see Obama really wield his supreme executive power? You haven’t seen anything yet. Watch what he does in his second “twilight” term. I’m trying to avoid that.

    If he does it, then it will be against the will of the people, unlike how he was elected.

    If Romney is elected, and things go to hell on his watch, then the not-Romney hardcore Marxist running in 2016 will sucker in the desperate and stupid like Obama did in 2008, only Romney’s liberalism will have collapsed the economy and increased desperation in the meantime.

    This is key. If the economy goes into the toilet, which is the course it is on and one which a RINO cannot correct, then a desperate population will demand desperate measures of the exact opposite flavor of whatever they perceive was in office when things went down.

    I urge you to read up on the history of the Weimar Republic. Bad economics brought hyperinflation and the hyperinflation induced the people to vote in National Socialism.

    The only way to achieve a positive long-term outcome is to elect conservatives. Anything else is short term variance. To elect conservatives, we must begin nominating and supporting them, through a conservative party apparatus.

    There is no happy ending without a party which advances conservatism. If we don’t have one then we must work towards building one as soon as possible.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    AC @ 10:26

    So very well put, Sir. You’ve just described the perfect Kant/Hegelian Dialectic scenario. Thesis -> Antithesis -> Synthesis.

    Let’s pray it doesn’t work this time.

  • DaddyOD

    Dave — the main reason we lost in 2008 was NOT because we nominated a RHINO McLame — it is because McLame WAS TOTALLY INEPT IN ECONOMICS AND UNLIKE THE DEMOCRATS THE REPUBS DID NOT ATTRACT THE INDI VOTE BECAUSE WE WERE AND STILL ARE IN-FIGHTING AND ATTACKING OUR OWN PEOPLE!!!!

    You really need to realize what the other dozen bloggers are reminding you — ANYONE IS BETTER THAN OBAMA. DO NOT CREATE FEAR, UNCERTAINTY, DOUBT, DIVISION AND DIVISIVENESS WITHIN YOUR OWN CAUSE — of you WILL LOSE the INDI vote and YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REELECTION OF OBAMA. CONCENTRATE YOUR EFFORTS ON MARGINALIZING THE ENEMY NOT YOUR OWN PEOPLE!

  • RICH

    “If a family member of mine was destroying himself with drugs, I would not give him any money, no matter how desperate he may seem. Enabling the behavior furthers the behavior.”

    Ya huh. Scuttlebutt is that you are an advocate for legalizing marijuana. If that’s true, you’ll understand why I take what you say with a grain of salt.

    Here’s a thought. I wonder if a small faction of the MSM “likes” Romney because they know that some on the right do not. Maybe they are using that as a tool to create further division and make the republican even less electable.

    Anyway, the jist of this is that Romney is a conservative, like Chris Christy, just not conservative enough for you. So we are ultimately left with a moonbat in the white house because, if he ends up being the nominee, you won’t vote for him. Brilliant.

    Ah hell. Whatever. I’m sick of arguing with you Obama supporters. Let me help you folks out.

    OBAMA 2012. No we didn’t.

  • AC

    Ya huh. Scuttlebutt is that you are an advocate for legalizing marijuana. If that’s true, you’ll understand why I take what you say with a grain of salt.

    I’m sick and tired of paying sky-high taxes for police to go after losers doing something not much worse than alcohol, while at the same time watching tens of billions of dollars going to festering cartels along our southern border. While the cops I pay for are chasing down giggling stoners not harming me, the streets are overrun with crackheads and burglars who do pose a threat. Call it self-preservation. I don’t feel threatened by hungry hippies sitting on the couch watching reruns of Scooby Doo.

    The 30-40% of cartel profits composed of marijuana sales is fueling a severe national security problem and draining hard currency from our deteriorating economy.

    Anyway, the jist of this is that Romney is a conservative, like Chris Christy, just not conservative enough for you. So we are ultimately left with a moonbat in the white house because, if he ends up being the nominee, you won’t vote for him. Brilliant.

    Romney is not a conservative. The letter after his name does not change that.

    I care about getting this country back on track, which Mitt won’t do. The irony of your post is that you were just blasting me for not being conservative enough because I don’t feel spending $30k a year locking up potheads is a particularly good use of taxpayer money when our debts are in the stratosphere.

    Ah hell. Whatever. I’m sick of arguing with you Obama supporters. Let me help you folks out.

    Obama supporter? Now that’s just funny. I must have hit a nerve calling out your favored RINO.

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