reply to post by TheOneElectric
With a heavy heart,
I have to admit that I agree with you.
Besides Paul, the other GOP candidates will DESTROY this country.
Of those three- I trust Romney the most, and I believe he is the least radical of the three.
Gingrich has some good ideas on certain issues, but the guy is socially inept- not a leader, emotionally unstable, a liar and more....and I understand
the argument that his personal life should not be the focus; however, if he made a vow before God and has TWICE betrayed that vow and ABANDONED his
wives when they needed him the most- well, I call that a fair-weathered friend that uses people and only cares about himself.
If his supporters think he won't do the same thing to them- well, have fun with your delusion
And Santorum- oh goodness gracious.
He would start WW3 the day he stepped into the Oval Office.
And with his extremist social views- he may as well use the Constitution as toilet paper.
I'm sad to say that despite my optimistic and laid-back nature, even I am beginning to feel disillusioned.
I genuinely feel that our only hope is Paul.
Or Gary Johnson on the Libertarian ticket.
And to those anti-Paul/Johnson people,
well, here's what I DO NOT understand-
if you've been doing well and are/have been happy with the Zeitgeist and role of government/their policies over the past few decades, well so be
But I reckon that MOST are NOT.
So my question is...
WHY WOULD YOU CONTINUE TO VOTE FOR BIG GOVERNMENT POLITICIANS- regardless of party- AND EXPECT A CHANGE?!---
This is one of the circumstances in which that psych definition about insanity is especially relevant:
Insanity is repeating the same behavior, yet expecting different results.
Why would you keep voting for the status quo/establishment candidates and expect hope and change?!