Don’t miss your chance

mrthumbnail.jpgThis week is when it all happens. If you want a president that is for individual rights, for family values, for lowering the overall cost of health care, for lowering your taxes, for controlling our borders and securing our nation, then you want a conservative in the presidential office. And frankly with that host of issues, the more conservative the better.

Where we stand today, realistically there are only 4 viable candidates and I kid you not, only one candidate; Mitt Romney is a real conservative. Democratic party runners Obama and Clinton are obviously not conservative and even though McCain is promoted as a conservative, it’s not too difficult to find both Republicans and Democrats who say he isn’t. It’s also easy to find stories about a potential Kerry-McCain run and/or party defection that never materialized in 2004. How conservative can McCain be if he considered, even for a second, running on a Democratic Party ticket in the last election?

So that leaves Mitt Romney as the only real conservative choice and perhaps that’s why we are seeing a real surge of conservatives backing him for the big office.

Sean Hannity: “I’ll tell you right now, and I’ve not announced this, but I will be voting for Mitt Romney in this campaign. It’s the first time I’ve stated it publicly. I’ll state it now.” (“Sean Hannity Radio Show,” 1/31/08)

Laura Ingraham: “All right, I’m going to see your endorsement and raise you an announcement: February 12th is the big D.C. primary, I’m pulling the lever for Mitt Romney. No doubt about it. No hesitation.” (“The Laura Ingraham Show,” 2/1/08)

Senator Santorum: “If you’re a conservative, there really is only one place to go right now. I would even argue farther than that. If you’re a Republican, if you’re a Republican in the broadest sense, there is only one place to go right now and that’s Mitt Romney.” (“The Laura Ingraham Show,” 2/1/08)

Today, U.S. Congressman Howard Coble (R-NC) announced that he is endorsing Governor Mitt Romney to be our next President of the United States. Congressman Coble joins Congresswoman Virginia Foxx from North Carolina in supporting Governor Romney.

Today, George Landrith, President of the conservative Frontiers of Freedom Institute, endorsed Governor Mitt Romney and his campaign for President of the United States. Landrith joins a growing chorus of conservative leaders supporting Governor Romney.

Rush Limbaugh: Pearl of Wisdom: “The three legs of the conservative stool are national security/foreign policy, social policy, and fiscal policy. Now, based on the way the campaign has shaken out, there probably is a candidate on our side who does embody all three legs of the stool, and that’s Mitt Romney.”

I’m ecstatic about this surge for family values, lower priced health care, strong defense, controlled borders and lower taxes. I’m voting for Mitt Romney in the primary election and caucusing for him this Saturday and I urge everyone to do the same.

To support Mitt Romney at your caucus you’ll need to know your precinct and you’ll need to find where your caucus is meeting. If you need any assistance, leave a comment or shoot an email to me and I’ll do my best to help.

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3 Responses to “Don’t miss your chance”

  1. wally says:

    I think Mitt Romney might be a bit more conservative than you think, but I’ll accept that he could be a bit more on the moderate side. I can’t do the youtube thing on dialup, but I am pretty sure I know the clip by the topic.

    You know I’ve never thought it was the right choice to kill a baby and I used to even think that we should have a pro-choice nation where people chose not to murder, chose not to steal, etc. and yes, chose not to kill unborn babies. Just chose not to… no law required. But that’s a perfect world and not the world we live in today.

    We have laws against murder and laws against stealing and yet there is a 30 year old court ruling guaranteeing a woman’s right to kill her child. It makes no sense to me, however if I were an elected official that would be the position I would be upholding, regardless of my personal position. I answered an emailed concern just a day or two ago that included this following paragraph

    I found the key to understanding Mitt Romney and the issues, is to look at them from the perspective of a conservative governor in a liberal state. Or from a personal perspective, if you could imagine yourself waking up tomorrow as our governor. Would your public position perfectly match with your private position? Would you compromise on legislation even though your personal position had remained steadfast? How would that look if you were running for president in 2012? My guess is that is might be strikingly similar to the way Mitt Romney’s looks today. What you want, what you are willing to accept and what you get are rarely all the same. Just my thoughts

  2. Stoplossed says:

    Just the next in a long line of loosing republicans who will be forgotten faster than they appeared (See also: F. Thompson.)

  3. CitizenSteve says:

    It’s Good to see you’re supporting a pro-choice moderate Republican, even if you can’t quite admit it yet.

    The real Mitt Romney in his own words