"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Rasmussen: 6% of GOP Voters Ready to Vote Third Party If Their Favorite Isn't The Nominee

6% of GOP Voters Ready to Vote Third Party If Their Favorite Isn't The Nominee 

That is the latest from a Rasmussen poll and that probably is underestimated.  I think the number will be larger if Mitt Romney is the nominee.  Republicans didn't like him in 2008 so why would they like him now.  This is one Republican who will not vote for him.  I will vote 3rd party before I ever vote for the establishment Romney after what him and his backers, the establishment Republicans, have done to other candidates including Huntsman who hasn't been able to gain much traction.  It is Romney all the time in the debates moderated by mostly the liberal media.  It keeps rehashing the same old crap.

As we have said before, the RNC Chair and his people who set up all these debates should be resigning now for turning the GOP primary into a circus.  While he is at it, he can take Rove, the Koch Brothers, and heads of Tea Party Express and Tea Party Nation with him.  When you look at 2010, you see the handwriting on the wall that Crossroads, Koch Brothers, Roger Ailes, National Tea Party people and others worked to give us bad candidates in the primary and rumors of fraud in places like South Carolina and Wisconsin seem to the logical conclusion after what we witnessed in Iowa.  What are the bad candidates and some elected officials like Hailey in South Carolina doing?  Endorsing Mitt Romney of course.  During the SC primary for Governor it was rumored that fraud was alive and well in South Carolina and frankly I believe it -- no other way to explain Hailey's election because she is not conservative when it counts but had an I Owe You to give Romney.  

This primary has made me ask many times why I am a Republican.  Never asked that before, but watching the GOP Primary unfold with all the liberal debate moderators has me wondering why I call myself a Republican.  The fix was in for this primary from Day One and some of us didn't realize it until it was too late. We should have guessed that Bush 41 and that crowd was up to something on Romney who is no conservative started polling well or should say his usual 25%.  Maybe this is what our Party needs -- the Country sure doesn't but I am tired of big government people running as Republicans.  I am also am tired of Republican leadership in the Congress especially the Senate.

Time for a lot of us to start concentrating on Congressional races as much as the Presidential as the GOP Primary looks to be going according to the establishment plans.  Have to give it to them for having so many debates with liberal moderators to make Romney look good and the rest of the candidates look bad.  Now Republicans need to hit the RNC in the pocketbook and quit donating to them.  

Do have one question that no one seems to know the answer:  Why does Ron Paul not go after Romney when he has the chance?

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