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We should all vote for Romney this election.

We should all vote for Romney this election. It is safe to say he has the nomination and Obama scares me. I think his second term will be alot worse than his first term. Romney is at least for smaller government and I trust him a lot more. He is a good person, even though I think he is being mislead by the PTB. I think Obama is a radical socialist if not communist. He wants amnesty for illegals and a more centralized state. He has done so with Obamacare. I know Romney is not you all's first choice, but we have to be more realistic. He is a lot better than Obama.

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Romney has to first win the

Romney has to first win the nomination.

Obama is Goldman, Romney is Sachs. They are one in the same, please do not be fooled by their surface rhetoric.

They both work for the same people that own them. Their public images are carefully crafted, designed to look like opposites, but in reality they are a mirror image of one another.

Never be afraid to ask simple questions.

Romney a lot better than Obama?

Romney is a creep. No way will I vote for Romney. All the work and time dedicated by so many of us for Ron Paul would be wasted by sacrificing our principles and voting for the Republican Frankenstein and his new plastic sidekick. Ron Paul 2012.

"The founders would be ashamed of us for what we're putting up with." Ron Paul

"For the country to get better, it needs more than just politicians. Politicians aren't enough. It needs a resurgence through churches, through revivals, through a spiritual

If Ron Paul doesn't get the

If Ron Paul doesn't get the nomination. Voting 3rd party will probably get us nowhere. We can't let Obama get a second term. That will be the last thing this country needs.

"Voting 3rd party will probably get us nowhere."

Bush = Obama = Romney = MORE OF THE SAME. I don't want Obama, but you can have Romney. Which NDAA/Patriot Act/Never Ending Wars/anti-constitution guy do you want? Obama or Romney? Under either of those two, you'll still be hearing the same excuses for their failures. Obama and his liberal trolls will blame the Republicans. If Romney becomes President, he and his loyal following of "ditto-heads" and "great Americans" will blame every bad thing imaginable on Obama. What this country needs is for the people to turn the TV's and radios off and read the Constitution and decide for themselves whether they want to live in a free, democratic republic or in a land governed by a benevolent dictator.

"The founders would be ashamed of us for what we're putting up with." Ron Paul

"For the country to get better, it needs more than just politicians. Politicians aren't enough. It needs a resurgence through churches, through revivals, through a spiritual

my 2 cents

It looks certain to me that Romney will be the nominee. A vote for Romney is just saying to the status quo politicians that we are just luke warm about the liberty movement Ron Paul has started, and that we aren't passionate enough to oppose Romney's leadership which won't be that different from Obama's. Maybe even worse than Obama,if he invades Iran and pisses off China. Unless a miracle happens and Ron is nominated, I'll be voting for Gary Johnson. Yes, voting for him in a 3rd party is a can't win situation I know, and may help re-elect Obama, but I'm willing to risk that if it means that enough votes go to the libertarian party to give them the support needed to get into future debates and receive donated election dollars. Meanwhile I'm getting involved as a PCO in the Republican party as so many of us Paul supporters are doing to try and change them from within.

Correction

The USA is a Constitutional Republic.

"Rule Number One: Obey ALL rules!!"
Ron Paul 2012!

You are right. Thanks for the

You are right. Thanks for the correction :)

"The founders would be ashamed of us for what we're putting up with." Ron Paul

"For the country to get better, it needs more than just politicians. Politicians aren't enough. It needs a resurgence through churches, through revivals, through a spiritual

First the RNC is pushing Romney

preciselyto give Obama a second term. Secondly evenif Obummer should now do something so outrageous that the public would choose mittens, his policys are Obamas policy's so you get another Obama term anyway.

yes, but Romney won't be as

yes, but Romney won't be as bad. If he is elected, that will give us more time to regroup for 2016 when we can wake much more people up by then.

The way it works

When the incumbent is up for re-election, his party retains him as their de facto nominee for the next election cycle. That's why you never hear talk about Obama's opponents in the Democratic primaries, and you didn't hear of Bush's Republican opponents in 2004. Parties don't switch up standard-bearers mid-term because it sends the message of instability and a lack of faith in their own choice. The only way a party changes up their guy is via assassination (see Kennedy).

This is all moot really because whether Romney is nominated or not, Obama will be installed for Fascist Republic 2.0. Romney is nothing more than a check in the box for the 2 party delusion; he brings that warm, fuzzy feeling to all the armchair patriots.

"The rich man writes the book of laws the poor man must defend, but the highest laws are written on the hearts of honest men."

i just want to see

how much this gets down voted.