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Bill Whittle Makes the Case Against Not Voting for Romney

Home - by - November 6, 2012 - 16:30 America/New_York - 3 Comments

From Moonbattery

Most anyone reading this already realizes that voting for Barack Obama would mean voting to escalate the destruction of our country, and to sacrifice the good and the noble to the corrupt and the contemptible.

Bill Whittle makes an impassioned case that failing to vote or casting a protest vote for someone like the gadfly Gary Johnson because Romney is insufficiently conservative and/or libertarian is likewise not an option for any decent American:

 

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  1. the aardvark

    November 6th, 2012

    AMEN, to everything Bill Whittle said. Yes, our nation (and our right to vote) has been bought and paid for by the blood of every American who has ever died in the service of this country since 1775(The battle of Lexington) of whom one of my ancestors fought at and for every veteran and good citizen who has ever stood up for America since that time and hopefully far into my children’s and gradchildren’s etc. future. May God continue to bless America and our next President Mitt Romney and VP Paul Ryan.

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  2. Dismas In Wonderland

    November 6th, 2012

    For those standing on principle who vote for a 3 party candidate, and not Romney, remember . . .

    Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality, the costs become prohibitive. – - – William F. Buckley, Jr.

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  3. old_oaks

    November 6th, 2012

    I voted for Gary Johnson today. I know very little about Mr. Johnson, but what Bill fails to realize is location.

    Living in a shit stain like Illinois, we’ve already been “decided” since before the ’08 election was even counted!

    So in Illinois a vote for Mitt = Obama and Obama = Obama yet some random dude or Mr. Johnson is neither!

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