When Romney wins the nomonation what will those of you on the right that h8 em do?

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  1. Grampa Murked U
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    Romney has been the front runner for some time now and apparently Newt has lit a fire in your collective asses. So when he wins what do you do then? If Romney is to liberal for you will you just sit it out and LET Obama, who is ten times further to the left, have another term?

    Many say we only got one shot to repeal O'care so does that even matter to you?

    He isn't my first choice but by god he is miles ahead on the list as compared to Obama.
     
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    this is why I laugh when Republicans claim their main focus is to elect a "true conservative"
     
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    Vote for him in the general election?
     
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    IF.

    If Mitt gets the nod, I will be FORCED -- compelled even -- to make a choice.

    Cast my vote to Re-elect President Obama or vote for his opponent?

    Hm.

    Now there's a real poser!
     
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    I don't give a shit if he is slightly to liberal. I'm offically pissed off and if he gets the nom he has my vote.
     
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    Honestly, we can't elect one within this country. That is the sad truth. If we ran someone that wanted to kill all benfits within a nation that has half of its population using such, we'd lose.
     
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    Other than a few Paul supporters, I don't recall anyone claiming this was their true goal. I've always read on here that the goal is to get Obama out of the office before he can do any more damage.
     
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    Point 1- Romney isn't going to repeal ObamaCare, it was his idea. the best chance we have of dismantling it will be in the courts.

    Point 2- Obama's ability to do damage will be limited by a GOP House and GOP senate (unless ROmney proves so unpopular that he drags down everyone lower on the ticket, which I don't completely discount.) Romney will obligate the GOP In congress to do along with some of his liberal schemes.

    Point 3- My objection to ROmney isn't idealogical as much as it is moral. I think Obama is a poor leader and an ineffective president, but he's at his core a decent man. Romney, on the other hand is a real scumbag as a human being. Liar. Flip-flopper. Corporate Vulture. oh, yeah, and he belongs to a batshit crazy religion.

    So, yeah, I'd have no problem sitting it out or voting third party to vent my anger.

    In fact, voting third party would kind of like voting "Present". You could have had my vote, but didn't get it.
     
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    Yet, they keep pretending it can happen..and every year they say "Ok, fuck...I'll pick that guy!" Support him until he leaves then call him a liberal.

    Rinse, wash and repeat
     
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    I have thought about this and other senarios;

    I dont see any in the current crop that will cut spending below the trillion deficit threshold. Assuming that is true, There isnt much difference between them.

    3rd Party again it would seem.
     

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