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Conservatives, will you vote for 3rd party conservative candidates if the Republican party abandones its conservative TEA Party mandate in the next two years?

Conservative in California 2010/10/26 07:51:27
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  • RTHTGakaRoland 2010/10/26 08:08:52
    Yes
    RTHTGakaRoland
    +4
    I genuinely think that they have learned their lesson and will fight hard with us against the Obama Regime.

    If they did and do not, I think that not only voters but some of the GOP's brightest "stars" may vote with their feet: Pence, DeMint, Bachmann, McCarthy, Chaffetz, McClintock, etc

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  • Kane Fernau 2010/10/26 15:13:28
    Yes
    Kane Fernau
    We are the Republicans, kick the RINOs out.
  • Theresa Kane Fe... 2010/10/26 19:41:19
    Theresa
    +1
    Yes but make sure they win if they are the only choice in this election The next one is when we can do that at the Primary!
  • holly go lightly 2010/10/26 14:48:49
    Yes
    holly go lightly
    I will only vote for conservatives.
  • gr8punkin 2010/10/26 14:30:43
    Yes
    gr8punkin
    +1
    As long as that vote doesn't guarantee a progressive getting the job. It's not unlike in 2000 when I was on the college campus, and a man asked me if I would sign his petition to get Nader on the ballot. When I enthusiastically said yes, he asked if I was going to vote green party. He seemed crushed when I told him I was a conservative, and wanted Nader to steal the votes from Gore.
    I want to avoid doing the same thing in the future, and that is why we must vote in our primaries.
  • Gun665 2010/10/26 14:22:46
  • Terry ~Conservitive Warrior~ 2010/10/26 14:17:51 (edited)
    Yes
    Terry ~Conservitive Warrior~
    +1
    The GOP who abandon conservitive values are nothing but RINO's. RINO's needs to be taken out as well.
  • Theresa Terry ~... 2010/10/26 19:42:35
    Theresa
    +1
    Right but NOT this election that time has past. Next election Primary is when that is to take place!
  • Racefish 2010/10/26 13:42:03
    No
    Racefish
    Fortunately I don't have to make that choice since the Republican is the only choice the TP has here. The Democrat talks like a Conservative but he's on record as supporting the complete Social re-engineering plan of the present administration.
  • Theresa Racefish 2010/10/26 19:44:24
    Theresa
    If you vote for ANY democrat the possibility of removing Nancy Pelosi as Speaker or Harry Reid as Senate Majority leader get more and more remote! Do not vote for ANY Democrat this election!
  • Racefish Theresa 2010/10/27 16:30:55
    Racefish
    +1
    That was my point.
  • OPOA912 2010/10/26 13:33:31
    Yes
    OPOA912
    +1
    That's why Tea Party Candidates have done so well, because the GOP has drifted left. You need 2 different parties, not just a variation of one. I look for Constitutional Conservative candidates.
  • Kinetic 2010/10/26 13:18:54
    Yes
    Kinetic
    The least Marxist candidate is better for American regardless of their party. I voted for Perot and Jesse Ventura albeit, totally different candidates.

    I am an Independent former Democrat that upon learning how the Socialist and Communist anti-American Parties endorsed Clinton, voted for a third choice, Perot.
  • bluejacket 2010/10/26 12:21:16
    No
    bluejacket
    +2
    Voting solely on "principle" only to throw the victory to Democrats is something I will NEVER do again.

    It's a wasted vote, and nobody cares, and another duche-bag liberal gets in office.
  • Racefish bluejacket 2010/10/26 13:43:05
    Racefish
    +1
    True. The result would be more of the same and we can't afford that.
  • bluejacket Racefish 2010/10/27 14:03:02
    bluejacket
    Additionally, regarding the three way race for governor in Colorado, the Democrats are buying adds in support of the third party spoiler Dan Maes in order to throw the election to their progressive shill, Hickenlooper.
  • Racefish bluejacket 2010/10/27 16:40:49
    Racefish
    As of the 14th, we are seeing a shift away from Maes, with Hickenlooper static. "Tancredo’s support has risen from 14% in late August, while Maes’ support has dropped from a high of 31% just after his primary win earlier that month. In that same period, Hickenlooper’s support has generally held steady in the low to mid 40s.
    "The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Colorado finds Hickenlooper with 42% support, while Tancredo, the candidate of the American Constitution Party, earns 38% of the vote. Support for Republican Dan Maes continues to fall and now stands at 12%. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and six percent (6%) are undecided."

    http://www.rasmussenreports.c...
  • bluejacket Racefish 2010/10/28 12:47:11
    bluejacket
    Your polls don't include my vote. and a lot of other people who were not polled.

    I suspect Tancredo is going to run away with it.
  • Racefish bluejacket 2010/10/28 14:53:02
    Racefish
    I hope so. He'd be a good match with Heineman.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2010/10/26 09:29:12
    Yes
    Lady Whitewolf
    I am neither conservative OR liberal.... yes, I AM a registered democrat, but I will vote for the person I think can BEST DO THE JOB.
  • Theresa Lady Wh... 2010/10/26 19:47:03
    Theresa
    We tried that in 2008 with the Blue Dog Democrats. But when it came to the crucial votes they all voted down the Party line. We can not afford that mistake again. This Election it is vitally important to Vote for NO Democrats at all!
  • Lady Wh... Theresa 2010/10/26 20:02:16
    Lady Whitewolf
    The republicans ain't no gem either.... All they will do is bitch and whine about abortion and gay marriage and NOT fix the REAL problems.
  • Theresa Lady Wh... 2010/10/26 20:42:11
    Theresa
    Yes but would they vote for Cap and trade? or give the UN our continental shelves? Answer is NO. So in the big picture so what if they moan about things not really important? The main fact is they are not the terrorists Progressives!
  • Lady Wh... Theresa 2010/10/27 10:18:23
    Lady Whitewolf
    I think right about now BOTH parties kinda SUCK..... hooray for the WEALTHY and to hell with rest of us!
  • USAF Vet 2010/10/26 08:37:26
    Yes
    USAF Vet
    +2
    Country-club, good-ole-boy, business-as-usual Republicans (and Democrats for that matter) have no useful purpose governing the people. All of them have lost their way and we, the folks, the grass roots serfs, are just beginning to flex a little muscle in our quest on showing them the door. Just who do these people think they are, Gods?
  • RTHTGakaRoland 2010/10/26 08:08:52
    Yes
    RTHTGakaRoland
    +4
    I genuinely think that they have learned their lesson and will fight hard with us against the Obama Regime.

    If they did and do not, I think that not only voters but some of the GOP's brightest "stars" may vote with their feet: Pence, DeMint, Bachmann, McCarthy, Chaffetz, McClintock, etc
  • Conserv... RTHTGak... 2010/10/26 08:16:47
    Conservative in California
    +2
    those are very good conservatives nomatter what label they have.
  • RTHTGak... Conserv... 2010/10/26 08:24:20
    RTHTGakaRoland
    +1
    Yes, and they already bristle like porcupines whenever any of the the too old and too long in D.C. crowd starts their outdated and counterproductive reach across the aisle garbage.
  • Artist~PWCM~ 2010/10/26 07:54:32
    Yes
    Artist~PWCM~
    +4
    Hopefully by then the Tea Party will be fully organized and representative of everyone who wants smaller government and less taxes along with other issues.
  • Conserv... Artist~... 2010/10/26 07:57:42
    Conservative in California
    +3
    the GOP establishment makes me as sick almost as much as the Democrat Socialists...I want Jim Demint and Paul Ryan as the Senate Majority Leader and Speaker of the House, respectively. McConnell and Boehner piss me off....
  • Artist~... Conserv... 2010/10/26 08:02:21
    Artist~PWCM~
    +3
    I just want to shake up the quid pro quo in Washington. This crap has been going on for too many years and has lead us to this. obama is merely a mirror for the progressives...a cracked one at that. Bush was no peach and let's not revile in Clinton's escapades.
  • Conserv... Artist~... 2010/10/26 08:04:59
    Conservative in California
    +2
    Depends who runs for the GOP...if someone like McCain is the nominee, I will not vote for the GOP candidate.
  • Conservative in California 2010/10/26 07:52:42
    Yes
    Conservative in California
    +4
    If the GOP decides to abandon it's conservative principles, I will vote for 3rd party TEA party or Libertarian candidates.

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