Romney Drops Out! Time to Torpedo The Straight Talk Express.

Wow a real BREAKING!!!

Via Open Left

GOP sources: Romney to suspend campaign

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will suspend his Republican presidential campaign after a disappointing showing in this week’s “Super Tuesday” primaries and caucuses, GOP sources said today. Romney is expected to announce his decision this afternoon at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, three Republican sources told CNN.

Our next President???

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  2. I don’t think so. by Calvin of Geneva

    I am a Conservative first and a Republican second. I will not vote or support John McCain no matter what he says NOW. His record speaks for itself. As they say, “Talk is cheap.”

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    Calvin — so as a conservative by Oz

    You prefer Hillary Clinton or Barak Obama to John McCain?

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    YES! by Bob Frazier

    Because republicans will be united against the liberal clinton or the liberal obama. We will feel like we have to go along with the liberal mccain.

    One example. If hillary is president, we may be able to stop amnesty for illegals. If mmcain is president, stopping it would be much harder. Consider budgets and everything else. If a democrat liberal is in the white house, we are more likely to find our fiscal discipline than if a liberal republican is in the white house.

    It’s as simple as that. Our liberal is not better than their liberal. Liberals are liberals.


  3. I am convinced Sen. McCain is not a conservative, and in fact, has gone out of his way to stick his thumb in the eyes of those who are. He has sounded at times more like a member of the other party. McCain actually considered leaving the GOP caucus in 2001, and approached John Kerry about being Kerry’s running mate in 2004.  McCain also said publicly that Hillary Clinton would make a good president. Given these and many other concerns, a spoonful of sugar does NOT make the medicine go down.  I cannot, and will not, vote for Sen. John McCain, as a matter of conscience.

  4. in dinner theater to fall back on.

    • robodd on February 7, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    is that McCain will not feel compelled to name Huckabee as his vice-presidential nominee to get his delegates.  That guy is awful.

    • plf515 on February 7, 2008 at 8:50 pm

    scary, very scary

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