posted on May, 9 2012 @ 10:05 AM
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
That is just confirming what OS said, those people are not GOP. Anyone who would vote Obama over Romney is not part of the GOP, and the
GOP do not care about them.
Also seems very childish, you just painted a very bad picture of some of RP supporters.
I think you may have misunderstood, as I'm personally not aware (perhaps am just ignorant) of any Paul supporters being discussed here who could vote
for either Romney OR Obama. I believe The Sword was indicating that we will sit out instead of holding our nose and voting for Romney to oust
The reason for this, in my and my family's case at least, is because there's not much more than a dime's worth of difference between them. They are
all too close on pretty much any matter of substance, and both have shown themselves to be entirely too undependable when comes to holding to their
promises, as well as entirely too willing to screw over the US citizenry and continue signing horrible legislation (such as PATRIOT Act extensions and
various other NEW offenses like NDAA, etc.), approving budgets that will screw our descendents over for...well, pretty much ever, not working to
reverse any existing and egregious offenses, and a range of other similar issues on which the two are all too alike.
Coupling ALL that with the fact that they're more or less bankrolled by the same wicked parties that had big share in directing us into these messes
in the first place (and continue to work against the common man to their own benefit) and - screw them both.
If I don't have anybody worth voting for, who actually represents MY interests - I'm not voting. Hopefully the Libertarians will make the ballot
here, because I would be able to in good conscious support Gary Johnson, although I wouldn't prefer him.
Oh, and before I forget - don't mistake the fact that the GOP has perverted itself into something far from its original long-standing ideals and
truths to twist things and say these people aren't GOP - the GOP is just no longer itself, and has become populated by those who would better fit into
the democratic party of legacy. Big government, foreign intervention, and a range of other things the GOP now holds dear used to be DEMOCRATIC party
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