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Should Mitt Romney drop out of the presidential race?

ϟMopederϟ 2012/05/13 01:25:58
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Willard is a big joke, and it would spare him the embarrassment of losing to President Obama. It's hard to imagine that Republicans would want a nominee that pathetic.
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  • luvguins Arizona... 2012/05/18 15:13:26
    luvguins
    Yeah, we know you are besotted with Ron Paul. Dream on.
  • Arizona... luvguins 2012/05/18 15:28:29
    Arizona1950
    I happen to believe in integrity, our Constitution, founding principles, fiscal conservatism, and liberty of the people ... silly me.
  • luvguins Arizona... 2012/05/18 15:54:36
    luvguins
    You would not have done well in the 18th century then. Only 30,000 white men were allowed to vote. Don't think we're going back there for Paul.
  • Arizona... luvguins 2012/05/18 18:30:03
    Arizona1950
    Oh get over this will you ... in standing for our constitution we are stating that all men are created equal. Time we started living by it and not just paying lip service to it We are a nation built upon the Law of the Land ... lets stop fracturing it
  • luvguins Arizona... 2012/05/18 19:08:43
    luvguins
    Tons of change has happened and it is time to be in the 21st century. Paul is out dated, and needs to retire. He will be squashed like a bug at the convention.
  • Arizona... luvguins 2012/05/18 23:08:28
    Arizona1950
    Really? LOL ...

    As Rand Paul said, "So what’s wrong with limited constitutional government? What’s wrong with restoring our country to its founding principles?

    What’s the matter with fighting for a renewed respect for free markets, sound money, individual liberty, and an America-first foreign policy?"

    “Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it” ~ Patrick Henry
  • luvguins Arizona... 2012/05/18 23:19:32
    luvguins
    Nice try, Ron. He isn't going to be president.
  • apachehellfire65 2012/05/13 04:10:05
    No
    apachehellfire65
    +1
    why should he drop out now? he just chose the plan he wants for remodeling the oval office!
  • Idiot r... apacheh... 2012/05/13 05:44:47
    Idiot repubs
    +1
    He wants to move it to the Caymans
  • apacheh... Idiot r... 2012/05/13 10:39:56 (edited)
    apachehellfire65
    +1
    i would too if i could. ever been it's really nice!
  • Idiot r... apacheh... 2012/05/13 14:13:39
    Idiot repubs
    +1
    LOL! Not yet.
  • sjalan 2012/05/13 03:56:18
    Yes
    sjalan
    +8
    Cause he is going to be a huge imbarasment to the Republican party.
  • Idiot r... sjalan 2012/05/13 05:45:12
    Idiot repubs
    +3
    He may be the last GOP candidate ever.
  • Lady Wh... Idiot r... 2012/05/13 11:11:27
    Lady Whitewolf
    +2
    hopefully!
  • sjalan Lady Wh... 2012/05/13 14:14:13
    sjalan
    +2
    I agree completely.
  • Lady Wh... sjalan 2012/05/13 15:32:13
    Lady Whitewolf
    +2
    thankies!
  • Schläue~© 2012/05/13 03:25:00
    No
    Schläue~©
    +3
    Why would he walk away from an EPIC landslide victory?

    He'll also be treated to a fully fumigated WH that will be undergoing a massive remodel and updating project so he will only be able to enjoy the Oval Office for a few days before shifting to a temp office.

    That will give him plenty of time to reverse every Executive Order, forged over the past 3+ years and review the mountain of passed bills that have been sitting on Reid's desk, ready for Senate passage and signature.

    Ann Romney will get a kick out of choosing the new accents and removing any trace of the usurper and sidekick.
  • john Kills 2012/05/13 03:21:18
    Yes
    john Kills
    +8
    Hardly anyone really want him anyway. Tell him to get out of DR. Paul's way
  • flrdsgns 2012/05/13 03:10:19
    No
    flrdsgns
    +3
    Obama wanted to run again Romney, they must really know something about him that hasn't been let out yet. It seems the easier candidate for Obama to defeat would have been either nutty Newt or sanctimonious Santorum, but Obama wanted Romney.

    Whatever comes out about Romney ought to be really entertaining and will drive the republicans nuts defending him lol.
  • rdmatheny flrdsgns 2012/05/13 03:20:09
    rdmatheny
    +4
    To be honest, it was staged to ensure a Obama 2nd term, the elitist of both parties are trying to set it up this way.
  • 9th of 9 rdmatheny 2012/05/13 14:55:45
    9th of 9
    +3
    sure are.
  • Lulu's Mom rdmatheny 2012/05/13 17:42:17
  • Revolut... flrdsgns 2012/05/13 23:12:36
    Revolution ATX ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮
    +2
    Check out his Chinese investments and business associates. The media hasn't said squat about it, because they're waiting to ambush him with it. His candidacy will be dead in the water...
  • wtw 2012/05/13 02:58:29 (edited)
    No
    wtw
    +3
    Obama should be impeached for illegally taking the US into Libya without congressional approval and forcing that Obama-care down the american peoples throat in an illegal prior to never used voting procedure for such an act as "reconciliation" At least ROmey has actual experience in running a business,Obama never ran so much as a pop stand and it shows!
  • Dr. John wtw 2012/05/13 19:19:08
    Dr. John
    +1
    You are very right about Obama, but If you would look at Romney's business practices you would see that the only experience he has in business is running business's into the ground and putting people out of work.
  • No
    Gยเtคг Plคאєг ( JFK Democrat )
    +3
    Why should he. I want to see the look on his face when he loses. There is no chance in hell he can win.
  • Keeping It Real 2012/05/13 02:51:55
    No
    Keeping It Real
    +3
    He has the right to run although I have no doubt that he would ruin the country and just trample on the middle class and least of these.
  • jeane 2012/05/13 02:47:19
    No
    jeane
    +4
    Mitt is making plans to move to the White House......and with good reason.
  • Bob, the reasonable one 2012/05/13 02:45:48 (edited)
    No
    Bob, the reasonable one
    +2
    nah, but if a prison inmate can gather over 40 percent of the vote in a democratic primary for president...than maybe Obama should drop out!! Let biden run as the candidate...the debates would be by far more entertaining
  • PoliticallyIncorrect 2012/05/13 02:42:59
    No
    PoliticallyIncorrect
    +9
    Actually, the joke is on the liberal progressives who've bought the lies, distortions, and anti-American work ethic of Obamass. Their emotional and unintelligent choice of a Chicago thug and portential despot, proves they are thinking with nothing but selfishness, desire for the entitlements he offers, and the destruction of their own country because they're too lazy to work and envy those who do their wealth. They want to punish the workers and steal their money rather than doing anything honest on their own. What a pathetic bunch of whiny, inconsiderate, greedy slobs they are. Their leader and current POTUS must be laughing up his sleeve at how stupid Americans can be because they are so easy to lead by the nose without any truth.
  • MO.gal Politic... 2012/05/13 03:12:48
    MO.gal
    +3
    I keep hoping the cons will learn to spell Obama correctly. Seems they just have a problem with spelling.
  • oldlady MO.gal 2012/05/13 03:47:24
    oldlady
    +3
    LOL! I noticed this odd phenomenon. Could be something in the DNA or the water :/
  • Idiot r... oldlady 2012/05/13 05:40:39
  • MO.gal oldlady 2012/05/14 00:26:22
    MO.gal
    +1
    That's what happens when they go to family reunions looking for a date. I think it's a gene problem. LOL
  • Politic... MO.gal 2012/05/13 14:48:43
    PoliticallyIncorrect
    +1
    Spelling Obamass in a myriad of ways is certainly different from HIS telling so many lies, cheating this country out of our heritage, and hookwinking a group of shallow members of the electorate, then you have nothing to do with your time and obviously no intelligent discourse on what the maniac is doing.
  • ack Politic... 2012/05/13 16:13:52
    ack
    There is simply no way to rave your comment enough.
  • Politic... ack 2012/05/13 17:36:54
    PoliticallyIncorrect
    +1
    Thanks for the support.
  • ack Politic... 2012/05/14 16:56:39
    ack
    I guess those libs forgot how badly they characterized our last president.
  • Politic... ack 2012/05/14 20:10:13
    PoliticallyIncorrect
    +1
    It's called liberal progressive mental disorder. They can do and say what they will and deny culpability for their own bad behavior and do everything they condemn others for. Pathetic they are indeed.
  • Jim 2012/05/13 02:34:06
    Yes
    Jim
    +4
    From your mouth to God's ears. Ron Paul all the way.

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