01-23-2012, 12:05 PM
Since Ron Paul probably wonít be in the general election, Iíll probably vote for Obama again. Thereís not any sense in voting for Romney just because you donít approve of Obama. At least Obama will be gone in four years whereas Romney will be in the middle of his re-election campaign. Iíve never seen a weaker flip-flopping frontrunner. Romneyís starting approval rating would probably be lower than any other first term President in history. Gingrichís would be even lower, but I donít see him realistically beating anyone. The Establishmentís Dem Branch could run anybody they wanted in 2016 after four years of Romney. At least if Obama gets another four, then we can start over on a clean slate with better choices from both the Democrats and Republicans in 2016. This will be a time when the people are really ready for a complete change of the status quo. We canít have an establishment incumbent running in 2016 because then the other side will be able to literally nominate anybody and win, and it will probably be another establishment wetdream. They tried to sneak in their Kerry puppet in 2004 when their Bush puppet was losing its shine. Now theyíre trying to sneak in their Romney vulture with the people wanting ďanybody but Obama.Ē Donít you just love our ďchoicesĒ? With the establishmentís control over the two-party system, the challengers are just as bad as or worse than their installed puppets. They have more control with an incumbent in place to get away with the candidates they really want. This makes the peopleís support one less thing they have to worry about. Romney only has 28% of the GOP vote in SC. Even worse, only half of his base ďstronglyĒ supports him.