By - April 10, 2012

It’s Time To Unite

Rick Santorum announced he is suspending his campaign today April 10th, which is tatum mount to saying he has suspended any real opposition left to Mitt Romney taking the nomination outright.  Watching the announcement today, I saw that same look in Rick’s eyes as one witnesses on the National Geographic Channel a gazelle stuck in a lion’s mouth.

..in the jungle, the mighty jungle...

The brutal primary process is a necessary function of a free society.  It allows each party to vet their candidates and help a candidate formulate a platform that can unite a party.  Our presumptive nominee needed conservative opposition to help nudge him more to the right than he was (some  suggest Romney is left of Olympia Snowe) accustomed to.  Now it is time to get fully behind Mitt Romney!

I was a supporter of Rick Santorum’s and I completely understand his decision to end his campaign for the Presidency.  My prayers go out to him and his family as they pull together with their daughter, Bella,  in her weakened condition.  Rick’s announcement today ended any chance for a brokered convention.  I know this breaks the hearts of all the Ron Paul supporters, but we need you guys as well, even those Paul supporters who are holed up in your parents basements hearing the news today through your marijuana induced mental haze.  Send in your absentee ballot for Romney and you can get back to  smoking your weed, while discussing which Stars Wars movie was the best with your other friends, who are also holed up in their parents basements.  Paul supporters are an interesting lot.  They, at times, show unexplained brilliance on some things, and not so much on others.  They can debate a person for hours on whether a tomato is a fruit or vegetable.

The upcoming campaign is going to be more than tough.  Romney is going to have to first win over conservatives, then win over independents which isn’t going to easy because independents tend to get their news from the main stream media.  Unfortunately the MSM, for all intensive purposes are unpaid campaign workers from the Obama administration.  Just today a poll was released from ABC/Washington Post which suggested Obama is way ahead of Romney in a head-to-head match up.  Obama has a 7 point lead over Romney and it was suggested it was because women trust Obama more (the whole contrived war-on-women thingy).  The problem was the poll was front loaded with 11% more democrats than republicans.  This is just the beginning of what Romney is going to be facing from here on out.

Let’s hope Romney hasn’t made any 911 calls, NBC can make any 911 call sound racist.

We conservatives have to look at what Romney brings to the table and the advantages he gives us.  Right now, he is the lion of the party.  He has the most money and organization to stand up to the democrat machine. Romney, I believe, is a uniting kind of person, and a very quick wit on a debate or town hall.   I have seen a little more populism this time around versus his 2008 run, but given the attention span and intelligence of the average voter nowadays, what do you expect.  You will not agree with him 100 percent, but his pluses far outweigh his minuses.  I get a calm from him that he could don a white lab coat and hawk the little blue pill and I would be calling my physician the next morning to get it.

He will not campaign on enforcing cap and trade, Obamacare, or how to strap a dog to the back of an automobile.  The party will have a person who will most likely pick Rubio as his vice president- the convention is in Florida so Rubio’s drive with be a short one.  Rubio will keep Romney on track.  And for that woman gap- just think of the heads of hair those two will have.


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Comments (3)


  1. Adam says:

    “but we need you guys as well, even those Paul supporters who are holed up in your parents basements hearing the news today through your marijuana induced mental haze”

    Real nice moron. Now I’ll be writing in Ron Paul. You fake conservatives would rather have Obama in office then vote Paul. Well, you make your bed and you lie in it. Have fun with that.

  2. Skip Chatterson says:

    Ah, Ron Paul is coming in 4th in what was a 4 man race, he has yet to win a single state and you say we want Obama as President. Writing in Ron Paul in November is the same as voting for Obama (unless you would have voted for Obama in the first place).
    Ron Paul has the same likelihood of winning the election as I do of winning the lottery. I can understand your affection for somebody who is beholden to the Constitution, but Obama is trying to destroy it. At least with Romney we will be able to stop the bleeding until a conservative can get into office and reverse the damage.
    So a vote for Ron Paul is a vote to burn the Constitution since it’s a vote for Obama, because Ron Paul CAN’T and WON’T WIN. Sorry to have burst your delusional bubble.

  3. Adam says:

    I’m delusional? Nice try. There has been nothing but rampant fraud in this election process, even against Santorum. So what “place” Ron Paul is placing is not an accurate testament to what the people want. Big money and special interests have already decided who they want. It’s Obama or Romney that will continue the same policies of spending your money and impoverish YOU. For some reason you believe your vote for Romney will make a damn bit of difference when in fact it will not. THAT is delusional. To think that you know what you’re going to get when voting for nothing but flip floppers IS delusional. Ron Paul has been beating the same drum for over 30 years, while you establishment folk continue to ignore it to your own detriment. His “crazy” idea’s that the neocons supports are nothing more than idea’s and principles this country was founded on, and propelled this country above what others couldn’t accomplish in thousands of years. So go ahead and think you aren’t lying to yourself. Admitting your wrong is a hard thing to do, which is why most people don’t do it. But those of us who would rather hear truth then lies will continue to support Paul and his message no matter what. We believe in principles and could care less about your party. Both “party’s” are doing nothing but taking us down the path to ruin, a road paved and paid for by special interests.

    Romney’s Top Donors:
    Goldman Sachs $235,275
    Citigroup Inc $178,450
    Merrill Lynch $176,125
    Morgan Stanley $170,350
    Lehman Brothers $154,800
    UBS AG $125,150
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $123,800

    Obama’s Top Donors:
    University of California $1,648,685
    Goldman Sachs $1,013,091
    Harvard University $878,164
    Microsoft Corp $852,167
    Google Inc $814,540
    JPMorgan Chase & Co $808,799
    Citigroup Inc $736,771
    Time Warner $624,618

    Ron Paul’s Top Donors:
    US Army $94,876
    US Navy $69,430
    US Air Force $69,131
    Google Inc $38,699
    US Dept of Defense $29,778
    Microsoft Corp $26,350
    IBM Corp $24,204
    Boeing Co $22,538

    One of these thing’s is NOT like the others… seems like a lot of the troops have figured it out. Maybe because they’re the ones having to die from undeclared unconstitutional wars while the ignorant electorate back home claims to support them, yet votes for their death.

    I’m delusional though…

    Once again have fun with more bailouts and banks ruining the purchasing power of your wages and retirement. When inflation is out of control, and the house of cards comes tumbling down. Remember who you voted for, the banks.

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