Another reason not to support Mitt Romney...

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    Seriously, does anyone bother to look before reposting the same stuff anymore?
     
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    You want Obama to win? lol
     
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    No, which is precisely why I do not support Mitt Romney.
     
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    A winner for sure!
     
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    If you don't want Obama to win, you'd better pray Romney wins the primaries. He's the only one moderate enough and who doesn't carry a ton of baggage.
     
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    I would like for Newt to get the nod. If not him, then Rick. ANYBODY except for Mitt Romney. He creeps me out.
     
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    Romneycare isn't baggage when one of the driving forces of the Republican party for the past few years has been getting rid of Obamacare? He is moderate in that he wont change a thing. We will be on the same path if Romney wins that we have been with Obama.

    Furthermore, Romney does not make the Republican base excited at all, and in fact his support in Iowa has not increased one bit since 2008. That is not hopeful at all. Ron Paul supporters will defect from the Republican party if Romney is the nominee, either voting third party or even writing in Ron Paul's name as a protest.

    Romney will not win. His electability is a myth. Even if he did, he is virtually the same as Obama in practice with different rhetoric. It doesn't matter if a Republican wins the white house if the Republican who wins is going to be more of the same.
     
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    Romney, Obama, what's the difference?
     
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    I have no problem with McCain doing this. Romney did work very hard for McCain in 2008.

    (See, I said something nice about Romney. Write it down.)

    Will it make a difference? Not really.

    I guess when Romney loses more states than McCain did, McCain's defeat will take on a new luster.
     

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