Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.
Okay, so I’m not a Republican but the candidate I will be voting for is. Someone replied to a comment I wrote on brietbart.com which simply said, “ABO” (anyone but Obama). I replied back with the following:
No more anyone’s Butts please. I want people in all elected offices who swear an oath to the U.S. Constitution and the laws of the land to know what they are swearing to and act upon the oath taken.
I’m looking for candidates who have completed and passed their U.S. Constitution and Civics 101 government service prerequisite course work.
Everyone’s butts aside, I will be voting for Romney and no I will not be scrubbing all of the mean things I said about him on my blog nor will I remove my hundreds of comments online questioning whether he is or isn’t a CRINO.
I wanted Newt but I can’t have him; so I’ll back Romney and hope I was wrong about him…horribly wrong. When I look back at my scribblings in 3-4 years — to see just how wrong I was — my face will be adorned with a huge smile while this thought pops in my head; “Dude, we [royal we] are sooo happy your were completely wrong about Romney and his Care.”
Alright, just go with me here for a moment. I’m trying to construct a new political and personal paradigm before November 6, 2012. If it doesn’t work out for me or you then we’ll still have December 21, 2012 to fall back on or off.
Now let’s get back to this reality.
It is time for Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum to fold up their tents and call it a day.
Independents, Conservatives, Republicans, CINOs (Conservatives in name only), CRINOs (Conservative Republicans in name only) and RINOs (Republicans in name only) all need to rally behind Mitt Romney now if they are serious about ousting Barrack Obama from office.
The time has come to end the primary process. The tasks at hand are picking a Vice Presidential candidate, start building the Romney Administration staff and the recruitment of department heads.
There are also Executive Orders to write and departments to eliminate. Time and timing are all important in any campaign. Let us not waste time or miss opportunities by being bogged down in a phase of the process which has already been decided.
We have completed the initial interview process and now it is time for the Republican Party to put its candidate through the final interview process before we the people make the decision to hire Mitt — who’s a proven profit-making executive — or retain our country’s current fiscally challenged executive who keeps betting the people’s monies on failed future technologies.
If I was a venture capitalist — and apparently we all are at this point — I would invest in a proven company with proven technologies administered by a proven management team.
- Obama’s Game Plan: Let’s Make This All About the Republicans (newyorker.com)
- Time for graceful Santorum exit? (news.yahoo.com)