1. He’s a RINO (Republican In Name Only). Example: As much as he has tried to pretend he is pro-life, it is all just weasel-words in the predictable “I’m personally against crushing and dismembering innocent human beings but if elected I won’t do a thing about it” political spin.
2. Even if he wasn’t a RINO he can’t beat Obama. He can’t run against Obamacare, because it is mirrored on Romneycare. And the Democrats and the mainstream media (redundancy alert, I know) are well aware of that. That’s why they and the Republican elite keep pushing Romney as the front-runner. Their worst-case scenario, which has a slim chance of occurring, would be a President that is almost as Left as Obama.
See Federal Government Provides Life Support for RomneyCare.
State treasurer of MA absolutely shreds RomneyCare, which “has nearly bankrupted the state” and is surviving solely because of federal aid…
“If President Obama and the Democrats repeat the mistake of the health insurance reform here in Massachusetts on a national level, they will threaten to wipe out the American economy within four years,” Cahill said in a press conference in his office.
…[T]he state’s health insurance law…Cahill said, “has nearly bankrupted the state.”
Cahill said the law is being sustained only with the help of federal aid, which he suggested that the Obama administration is funneling to Massachusetts to help the president make the case for a similar plan in Congress…Voters in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina should take note. After all, they are paying for RomneyCare along with all of the rest of us.
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Romney is also a weasel when it comes to the homosexual agenda, having allowed campaign funds from the Log Cabin Republicans in MA and then facilitated same-sex fake marriage for them there.
Radio commentator and author Gregg Jackson has been trying to get the word out about Romney since the LAST election:
Not sure I’m following you, but if you are suggesting that there is something wrong with a Republican, even a very conservative one (not that I’m suggesting Romney is), taking campaign donations from the Log Cabin Republicans, I would have to disagree. Homosexual Republicans want a Republican president. Not every donor to any candidate will be 100% in line with every plank of his platform 100% of the time. That doesn’t mean their donations should be rejected.
When you take campaign contributions with intended payback that corrupts society, that is wrong. He gave them same-sex fake marriage as a reward.
Not that I care to defend Romney, but one could say a payback was made every time any of us donate to a candidate and see our desires fulfilled. Every donation carries with it the hope, if not intention, of seeing a particular objective or set of objectives met. More often than not, the latter, and we donate to any candidate that seems to come closest to us in the pledges and promises he makes. Though I have no doubt that Log Cabin Republicans hope to achieve some goals of the general homosexual community, they are likely to support natural conservative
objectives as well, and as such, they’re donations are welcome.
As for Romney, one would have to prove that he would NOT have moved to pass any pro-homosex legislation had he NOT received donations from Log Cabin in order for the charge to be credible. It’s quite enough for me that he moved in that direction at all that I don’t really need such a connection to be established in order to hold it against him. If it isn’t proven and easy for all to see, why bother with such accusations?
Regardless of whether he would or would not have promoted the homosexual agenda without their finances, as a supported of that agenda to the point of getting same-sex fake marriage passed, he has aided the corruption of society more than he helped.
And donations to a candidate by the normal people are just get him in office for his worldview. Major donators almost always seek a tit-fo-tat. The Log Cabin Republican have one agenda – to promote the homosexual agenda. I have no respect for a politician taking money from them any more than I would have respect for a politician who took money from Planned Parenthood.
I long for the day when conservatives in Congress and the White House move as boldly as the left did once Obama got there. I know this will take a minor miracle, but perhaps there will be a champion for the unborn who will do more than just utter words about it. I get tired of sending pro-life candidates to Washington year after year only to see that they are pro-life in principle, but not in deed.
Great points! I’m encouraged by the pro-life progress being made at the state level. Some of these people really believe what they say!