Sunday, March 20, 2011

The Problem(s) with Mitt Romney for True Conservatives.

This article along with the audio clips are most interesting and support my gut feeling that Mitt Romney should not be GOP candidate for President in 2012.

Add to to what you will hear the fact that main-stream America has indeed been burned several times -- Jimmy Carter failed as President (a strong Christian at the time); George W. Bush (likewise); and more recently B.O. (who scares them because they don't know what he is). With him they also took a chance on trying out 'black' leadership and it hasn't worked -- not because of the fact that B.O. is black -- but because he is doing such a poor job and people are weary of trying out new "things". So along comes a "Mormon" and Americans are not ready for another new 'category' to run the country. Sorry Mitt.

But hey this article is about the other reasons Romney should not be the GOP candidate in 2012. Read them for yourself -- you'll be greatly surprised.

Author: Romney's promises to homosexuals still stand




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