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Does Mitt Romney Represent the Republican Party Well?

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  • stormy rae 2012/06/02 00:31:48
    No
    stormy rae
    he actually reminds me more of Obama, and he is not that close to having the nomination, there are still plenty of delegates to distribute but i guess you will see once the convention gets here
  • FromJesus'sPerspective 2012/05/09 19:29:00
    No
    FromJesus'sPerspective
    hand over book of mormon

    If you had a nightmare and it was innauguration day, which of Romney's wives would hold this book?
  • Michael=Constitution & Liberty 2012/05/08 07:09:12
    No
    Michael=Constitution & Liberty
    lol!
  • Username? What's that? 2012/05/06 21:10:07
    No
    Username? What's that?
  • frankpishljr 2012/05/06 12:28:37
    No
    frankpishljr
    The ONLY difference between Barack and Mitt is the pigment in their skin!
  • Babyboomer18 2012/05/06 07:18:29
    Yes
    Babyboomer18
    He does and it's really sad what the Republican Party has evolved into - mean, uncaring, selfish, elitist, snobs that are unable to care about anyone who is less fortunate. Very sad.
  • XZQZQ 2012/05/05 09:38:26
    No
    XZQZQ
    Gov. Romney represents the GOP Establishment very well, which is why so much money has been available to him.... this is completely different from representing the rank-and-file conservative. There,not so much.
  • rdmatheny 2012/05/02 18:01:33
    No
    rdmatheny
    +1
    Not even close. He'll even tell you he's not a Republican.

  • Leeaqua 2012/05/02 16:30:42
    Yes
    Leeaqua
    If that means representing the wealthiest Americans that contibute to the extermination of the middle class, I'd say he's a fine representative !
  • G'Ma 2012/05/02 13:55:21
    No
    G'Ma
    +1
    Not the Republican Party I was once a part of and a loyal voter for. His ego gets in the way of his common sense and his wife is a complete loser. We cannot have this couple occupy the presidency...no way, no how. Their only platform seems to be "sink Obama" and while I don't particularly like Obama, the alternative is pretty sucky..doncha think? I will be voting for Obama in November.
  • Lady Whitewolf 2012/05/02 11:29:34
    Yes
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    Yup... him and all his wealthy little buddies!

    Vote Democrat in November
  • Lefty 2012/05/02 09:59:07
    Yes
    Lefty
    +1
    Mitt represents everything that is wrong in our government, so yes, Willard represents the republican party quite well.
  • Lady Wh... Lefty 2012/05/02 11:29:49
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    agreed
  • Savior 2012/05/02 08:31:09
    No
    Savior
    +1








    Does that sound Republican to you?
  • Gregaj7 2012/05/02 05:19:36
  • Striker 2012/05/02 04:50:24
    No
    Striker
    +2
    It's a tough answer. Who knows what the republican party is today?
  • mrdog 2012/05/02 03:38:13
    Yes
    mrdog
    As independent voter it is my hope the party will move to more moderate positions on all the issues....Mitt should help the party do it...bark
  • Idiot repubs 2012/05/02 03:08:46
  • aherbert 2012/05/02 03:02:09
  • Lady Wh... aherbert 2012/05/02 11:30:48
    Lady Whitewolf
    +1
    Excellent!
  • G'Ma aherbert 2012/05/02 13:56:31
    G'Ma
    +1
    You said it!
  • EdVenture 2012/05/02 02:47:56 (edited)
    No
    EdVenture
    +3
    Greed, Power, Excess consuption and Deception, in my opinion. The GOP and what it stood for left quite a while ago.
  • ConLibFraud 2012/05/02 02:14:10 (edited)
    No
    ConLibFraud
    +4
    But he does resemble Ofraud!
    bbb

    bbb
  • DeeB 2012/05/02 02:07:43
    Yes
    DeeB
    +3
    He fits right in with the rest of the pretend conservatives!
  • ConLibF... DeeB 2012/05/02 02:16:47
    ConLibFraud
    +1
    Thanks for the link!
  • S and S 2012/05/02 01:19:52
  • abycinnamon BN-1 2012/05/02 00:47:54
    Yes
    abycinnamon BN-1
    +1
    both. Today he does. Tomorrow - who knows?
  • The Sane One 2012/05/02 00:36:09
    No
    The Sane One
    +1
    No, he represents the Democratic Party quite well.

    Republicans believe in smaller, more efficient government... or at least they SAY they do.
  • abycinn... The San... 2012/05/02 00:49:36
    abycinnamon BN-1
    +2
    no - absolutely not the democratic party. Romney 1.0 was not too objectionable to democrats, but the current version with the evil social agenda is quite horrible to us. We absolutely don't want him at all. Ick.
  • Nik abycinn... 2012/05/02 03:35:32
    Nik
    He's still the same guy. Don't worry, he will flip back to your side once he is done pandering for votes in the primaries. He just says what he has to to get elected.
  • abycinn... Nik 2012/05/02 03:40:09 (edited)
    abycinnamon BN-1
    but once he gets elected, then he'll want to get re-elected. So - don't really know. Plus he has to work with all of those republicans who actually (apparently) believe in their regressive agenda. So, not so sure that flipping back is in his best interest. Not at all sure mitt has much of a survival instinct.
  • Nik abycinn... 2012/05/03 18:15:57 (edited)
    Nik
    Him and Obama have the same policies. Obama has acted completely in contrast to what he campaigned on. They both play us like a fiddle, knowing there are no real consequences. A President Romney would have Republican yes-men, just like President Obama has Democratic yes-men who support and defend his every action whether or not it is in line with the platform or even the constitution.

    Vote for someone who is not playing the game. Vote for someone with principles. Vote for Ron Paul.
  • Lady Wh... The San... 2012/05/02 11:32:10
    Lady Whitewolf
    They SAY they do... but why are they passing bill after bill regulating what a woman can do with ehr own uterus and SAY they're for smaller government?

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