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    Thumbs up Why Romney will inevitably win our nomination, and likely the WH

    I'm on a roll today, like most days, but on this issue, I have shown the polling proof, but not sufficiently explained my reasoning here:


    -As is widely known, Romney has an excellent fiscal record. He made a success outta himself as a venture Capitalist, knows how to handle money, and create jobs in the private sector, definitely more so than Obama anyway, and most other contenders in our primary field.

    -Romney is center-RIGHT, but is moderate enough with his appeal, to appeal to moderate Dems, Independents, etc. He looks Presidential, and has enough charisma to match.

    -Romney has aptly explained his HRC in MA. He said it was a STATE solution for a STATE problem. He has pledged to lead a repeal of Obamacare if/when elected. I have little reason to doubt his word here. This helps to sooth some of the right's fears, and even possibly attract some center-left Dems who still admire his HRC.

    -Romney is the ONLY candidate with enough money, and other resources to keep up with Obama in the general election.

    -Romney is pro-life, pro-gun, for border security, etc. This will appease the social conservative wing of our party.

    -Electoral map wise; NO OTHER GOP candidate has the appeal and potential Romney does. He can put both Michigan (where he's already out polled Obama) and Massachusetts in play, being from, and a popular governor of the two. He is the ONLY candidate with enough appeal and clout here in the northeast to win states here. All other candidates WILL fall flat on their faces up here.


    I can go on, believe me, but I know I've made my point beyond a shadow of a doubt. I know I've rubbed many other GOPers or righties here the wrong way (especially the Paultards lol) but these are just the FACTS. A vote for ANYONE other than Romney, IS A VOTE FOR OBAMA, period.

    I'm wit Mitt.

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    Willard would be lucky to break 40% in Massachusetts.

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    When and where will the "Republican National Funeral" be held this time around?

    First they choose their candidate then at some point later lead out the VP candidate on a leash and introduce them to the nation?

    I hope that this time around who ever is picked as VP will not run and hide from the cameras again..that was so damaging to their Presidential candidate last time around when Obama ended up kicking their butts.
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    Romney has the best chance to win. I'll vote for him over that twit Osama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Neo-Con View Post
    Romney has the best chance to win. I'll vote for him over that twit Osama.
    Your vote is appreciated MNC. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Neo-Con View Post
    Romney has the best chance to win. I'll vote for him over that twit Osama.
    osama bin laden is dead, thanks to prez. obama, so i doubt hes running for prez. and even if he was still alive i doubt osama bin laden would be eligible.

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    hasn't romney tried running for prez like 14 times? why would this time be any different? he reminds me of those american idol contestants the try out multiple times. they do a little better each time, but its always the same thing and they never really have "it" to get very far.

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    More proving my point:

    Romney's Appeal Spans the Issues, Palin Leads on Social Values
    by Frank Newport

    PRINCETON, NJ -- Mitt Romney, one of the two leaders for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, receives generally equal support across Republican political issue groups. Sarah Palin, the other leader, has a more segmented appeal, with greater support among Republicans most concerned about social and moral issues, and less interest from Republicans focused on government spending and power.
    Romney's Appeal Spans the Issues, Palin Leads on Social Values

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickcuse View Post
    hasn't romney tried running for prez like 14 times?.


    Wave a buh bye to whatever's left of your credibility dude.

    Seriously, are you a righty plant or something? Why else would anyone say something so mind bogglingly false and ignorant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by (R)IGHTeous 1 View Post


    Wave a buh bye to whatever's left of your credibility dude.

    Seriously, are you a righty plant or something? Why else would anyone say something so mind bogglingly false and ignorant?
    because it was a joke. for someone that uses "LOL" all the time, you wouldn't recognize humor if it sat on your face.

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