A Vote for Romney is a Vote for Obama


A vote for Romney is a vote for Obama. I don’t know why that is so hard for people to understand. I will explain it to you. Ron Paul, when nominated, will get the votes of all the Republicans (especially those who say, “anyone but Obama”), and he will get the majority of the Libertarian vote, and he will get a huge number of the Independent votes and also pick up a massive amount of the Undecided votes. He will also get the votes from Democrats who are disillusioned with Obama including those who have registered Republican in order to vote for Ron Paul.

Now examine who will vote for Romney: No disillusioned Democrats, No Democrats who have registered Republican to be able to vote for Ron Paul, No Libertarian vote, No Republican votes from those who cannot stand Romney and would rather not vote at all than vote for him, No Independent votes, and maybe just a few Undecided votes. Ron Paul clearly is the only one who can get enough votes to beat Obama. So, the logical choice is Ron Paul. Any other vote will be a vote for Obama. I will not vote for anyone but Ron Paul. I will not throw my vote away.

Stolen from a friend.


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7 responses to “A Vote for Romney is a Vote for Obama

  1. I will never surrender!

    A message to any who fights the establishment. As peaceful as your protest may be, it threatens the establishment and those in charge of it. To think they will just roll over and hand the empire to you is stupidity. They are going to fight, they are going to lie, they are going to do anything in their power to keep the establishment the way it is. I think it is important to remember that anything they do to you is nothing compared to what they do to us all, have done to us in the past and if not stopped will continue to do to us in the future. So when they fight you, and they will, keep in mind it is a sure sign that what you are fighting for is working. Be strong, be true, and don’t give up.

    We ain’t done yet. Ron Paul 2012

    Stolen from a friend! Hang in there friends of Liberty!

  2. I am glad Ron Paul will be attending the convention with a bit of fanfare. God knows, the GOP needs some shaking up. They cannot take the libertarian vote for granted.

  3. I’m looking forward to Tampa. The race is not over yet. And whether or not he wins, his message of Liberty seems to have stuck with this newest generation (and many of the disenfranchised of the older).