The CPAC straw poll and the national poll of conservatives both put Romney way out front. Santorum was a distant 2nd. I know these polls are not scientific but they are very telling. I just can’t see anyone else overcoming Romney before the convention.
I agree with Sarah Palin whose speech at CPAC was among her best, that we conservatives must get solidly behind our nominee and make sure we defeat Obama. Mitt Romney is not the nominee yet, and he is not my choice, but he will be the nominee, so why wait?
With that I am all in for Mitt Romney. He is not all I had hoped for but he is light years better than another Obama term. If conservatives, even Democrat and Independent conservatives will get on board now he will have even more momentum going into the race with Obama in the fall.
This is the 2nd most important election in my lifetime. It has the potential to change the course of not only America, but the world. Good Americans must side with limited government, conservative principles, liberty, and states rights. We can’t wait ’til later, it will be too late.
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This issue has the potential of turning the upcoming election on it’s heels.
If Obama and other left wingers keep pushing their hyper-left agenda they can well expect some push-back.
You are a powerful man Mr President but you can’t force people to betray their faith.
The person I would delight in voting for this November would have these assets. He or she would be a dream candidate, not the nightmare I have now.
My dream candidate would have the intellect of Newt Gingrich but with the morals of Billy Graham. He or she would have a pedigree on file with the National Kennel Club certifying pit bull roots. I think a great candidate would be a guy like my late father.
He had enough common sense to never spend and give away more than he legally earned. He was generous to a fault but could get mighty disagreeable if someone tried to take what was his. He had compassion for the down and out but was thoroughly impatient with laziness.
He openly made his big decisions only after thinking about what God would think about them. Once he made them they were set in granite. He wasn’t right all the time, but he was most of the time and would tell you in a New York minute which way it had gone.
You know, a person with an average IQ, an above average dose of common horse sense (That is the ability to use the knowledge you have gathered wisely. An explanation for those Occupy types), a back bone like a saw log, respect for his fellow humans and deep reverence for God would about be what I’m looking for in a President.
I don’t like those too much who have never had a real job, never had a hickory switch applied to their hind quarters when they were disobedient, and can’t tell a real patriot from an opportunist with the right lapel pin.
I can dream can’t I? I’ve had other dreams that didn’t pan out.