We have a secret up our sleeves - so secret it's not very secret at all. Ron Paul probably has more delegates than Mitt Romney. After the caucuses the Ron Pauler's stay behind and pickup the delegate spots - even if Ron Paul came in last. Wear a Mitt Romney pin on your jacket and they will choose you for the delegate spot. He essentially has the best chance of winning the election out of any other GOP candidate.
I'm mixed on Ron Paul, on the one hand he would be an amazing domestic president same with Herman cain both have great insight into America. But also like Cain he's very weak on foreign issues because I feel that he reads a very schewed view of the world and of history and seems to be picking and choosing and whitewashing history to get people to vote for him. But poor Cain if he had somebody like a Kissinger or a rice to help him out he might have better chances.
That's not even true. That is such a false narrative concocted by the msm to discredit him. Now, I'm not a huge supporter of Romney myself, but there's a reason why Obama is already attacking him and he's not even the nominee.
Yeah, he's a bit too moderate for me as well. But at the end of the day, if he's the nominee, I would rather have him be in the office than Obama. Hands down. I'd rather have a car going 5 miles an hour toward a cliff than 90 miles an hour toward the same cliff. At least we have time to correct course and get a new driver.
The same could be said about any of the candidates including Gingrich and Bachman. I actually think that Romney would fix the country just as well as any of the other candidates. At the end of the day, Romney would still be better for the country than Obama and people will see that. It's possible that he won't do as good of a job as another candidate, but that doesn't mean that the people won't trust another conservative again. Bush is a prime example of that. But perhaps Bush actually did a favor for conservatives in that Obama might not have been elected and now more people see how awful liberalism is for the country and that has sparked a new appreciation for conservative values.
Too bad we’ll probably be stuck with Romney. He’s basically a mirror image of Obama, what with Romneycare being the inspiration of Obamacare. He’s so close to the center (what with him being a mushy moderate) that he might as well be a Democrat. But then again, that’s how the two-party hoax works: you get two identical candidates and tell the public they’re extreme radicals.