If Romney is Elected he Will be a One term President To begin with, the only reason why I care about this election is because of a possible Supreme Court nomination/s. Justice Ginsburg has conveyed her intent on retiring in 2015 and Kennedy might step down as well. Obviously, a Romney White House could restore the Court from the almost 65-70 years of damage done by the left. The magically ever changing U.S. Constitution that makes socialism possible through unrestrained federal power has almost always been the majority of the court ever since “The Switch in Time That Saved the 9.” Now on to Romney Romney isn’t going to get the same treatment as Obama did on the economy. With quantitative easing, a practice never before successfully attempted in economic history, the potential for economic turmoil and inflation is no doubt a growing threat. Furthermore, with similar but worse situations in Europe, the failure other continents and economic systems are no doubt going to play a heavy negative role in our economy. Likewise, China is currently attempting to cool down their much overheated command economy without falling on its face. If their performance on building ghosts cities is any indicator of their incompetence, were in for a wild ride. Romney faces all of this. Once again Romney is not going to get the same treatment in the media as Obama did. The potential for economic disaster is great and any attempt by Romney to implement his policies (Conservative policies I hope, but hey, it’s Romney so well never know) will be viewed as failures no matter if they fail or not. Furthermore, Romney is not the best rhetorician on conservatism, well, because deep down inside he is not a conservative and he can’t defend basic misconceptions about conservative policy. Any plan that he comes up with or implement will hopefully be a cross between Ryan’s plan with a Romney twist and not the other way around. Even then we don’t know if he will listen to and implement Ryan on fiscal policy. Once again the potential for outside disaster is great and Obama has done absolutely nothing with respect to advancing our economy, so Romney has nothing to work with upon inauguration day. With this in mind, a voice in the back of my head is telling me that this election really isn’t all that important for Conservatives. We know that Obama is wrecking the country, but we also know that cleaning up the Obama economy will be much worse now than if conservative principles were applied immediately after the crash in 2008 and carried on up until now. Romney is walking in to a fiscal and economic trap that has the potential to ruin the conservative name for years to come. The media certainly won’t blame Obama for his failed economic policies in a Romney era as they still blame Bush today. Therefore, in the name of true conservative government, perhaps it would be better to let Obama continue to implement liberalism and destroy this economy and the America sought by our founders rather than waste our one chance to properly fix it. You see, a second Obama term will effectively turn America away from liberalism for decades to come. After all of the failures, all of the unconstitutional acts, all of the lack of transparency, all of the ignoring the rule of law, and all of the using the Justice Department as a political wing of the White House, can you imagine what Obama will do in a second term with no incentive to play straight amidst the public eye? Liberals deep down know that their utopian welfare state cannot exist the way it has for years as we pull ourselves out of this recession. They know their ideas defy fiscal sanity so they want the Republicans to be the ones to change them. They are ready to pass the torch. They’re asking for programs they know we can’t afford for political gain and telling their constituency that they want to give them other people’s money. They know that they are going to lose the Senate and the White House. And when Romney enters the White House, implements the necessary reforms, does all the hard political suicidal work of reforming entitlements, and sets the economy on the right track, with the support of both houses of congress, liberals will be foaming out their mouths claiming that greedy Republicans took their government goodies away and they, the Democrats, want to restore them. No, I believe that conservatism will be far more popular after Obamas’ second term where he can show America what true liberalism is. Romney and Ryan will no doubt do what is necessary to fix this economy to the extent that government can fix it. However, what's necessary is not what’s popular unless the people understand why it's necessary. That lack of understanding is what will kill Romney in his re-election effort. That’s why it would be best for Obama to teach them why with a second term. To forever show what true liberalism is and why it doesn’t work. Else Romney/Ryans unpopular but necessary policies will limit him to one term.