Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Flip-Flopper Liberal Mitt Romney's Greatest Hits

13 comments:

cube said...

I haven't made up my mind yet...it's early still, but whoever the GOP candidate turns out to be, I will crawl through broken glass to vote for him/her over Obama.

We can hold the GOP's feet over the fire AFTER he/she takes the White House.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

Romney was the one who went out of his way to get the homosexual agenda into the Massachusetts school system. He is still pro gay as well as being pro-abort.

I hate to disagree with CUBE, but that has been the problem with Conservatives for far too long. We have always just settled, voting for the lesser of two evils. What good has that ever done us?

If Romney wins the primary, I will vote, but not for him or Obama, but I will write in the name of a candidate that I feel would be better for America. I am sick of just having to settle. The lesser of two evils is still evil.

Trestin said...

As a conservative, I see his big government approach is a betrayal of all that is conservative. As a Latter-day Saint, I see his support of thing like abortion and the gay agenda as a betrayal of everything the Church stands for.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

He's John McCain with prettier hair.

Pedaling said...

He's the only one who can beat Obama.

WomanHonorThyself said...

spot on.!..not for me at all! have a great rest of the day my friend~:)

Teresa said...

Pedaling,

I am just going to say this succinctly - I don't but that. He is squishy, just like McCain - a Democrat-lite, and that is partially what cost us the campaign in 2008.

But I will support him if he's the GOP nominee.

Teresa said...

"but" was supposed to be "buy"

Ron Russell said...

Little doubt Mitt is a flipper. That said, we may get stuck with him, but then anyone is better than Obama. Thanks for the link to Defeat Obama in 2012 I've added you to the sidebar list there.

Reaganite Republican said...

You'd have to be out of your mind to trust Romney on repeal of ObamaCare

And it's GOT to go

NO ROMNEY- no way

Trestin says it well above-

Teresa said...

RR,

I definitely don't want Romney to be our nominee. I am skeptical of his pledge to repeal Obamacare but not sure that he won't. But with all my reservations of Romney I'd rather have him than Obama as president.

Teresa said...

The link is much appreciated, Ron.

republicanmother said...

Romney is a joke, no matter how much money he has.

linking this, btw,
http://therepublicanmother.blogspot.com/2011/10/rule-5-sunday-detox-link-up.html