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Friday, May 4, 2012

Can't We All Just Get Along?

Now that Mitt Romney is just under 300 delegates shy of securing the Republican nomination for President, and on Wednesday, Newt Gingrich suspended his Presidential campaign, is it now time for the Romneys and the non-Romneys to work and play well together?
  There are plenty of Conservatives who consider themselves just that before they will describe themselves as Republicans. A lot of those folks don't really claim Romney as one of their own. His track record of Romney-care, and his flip-flops on some social issues like abortion did not make him a favorite with Conservative purists.
  But for now, for all intense purposes, Mitt Romney is the guy. The nominee. So now what? The answer to that is that NOW, is where it gets serious. The time for demanding perfect candidates is past. We all have issues that make or break a candidate for us. But now it is time to set our eyes on the prize. And that prize is defeating Barack Obama in November, plain and simple.
  Conservatives will all agree, no matter which candidate they originally backed, that this election MUST be won. There is too much at stake. There is the looming implementation of Obama care, in all of it's bureaucratic glory. The possibility of Supreme Court nominees that could sway the Court way to the left for decades to come. And an already bloated Federal government that if Obama is re-elected, will grow not just in size but in power. It's intrusion will find it's way into virtually into every aspect of American life.
  So now my Pretties, is where the rubber meets the road. The time has come for Republicans and Conservatives, whichever one you consider yourself to be, to get behind our candidate.
  At the risk of being overly dramatic, we can't afford to screw this one up.

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