I don’t trust him

Posted: October 25, 2011 by veeshir in GOP FAIL, Notes on the Revolution

Above the post update:

Stop him when he says somethingyou like

Mitt Romney sought to overturn his controversial comment on unions Wednesday, saying he supports Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) “110 percent” in limiting collective bargaining power.

Now back to your regularly scheduled Romney bashing/pointing out he has no principles except those he thinks will help him be elected. He is untrustworthy.

Here, in a nutshell, is my problem with Romney and why I won’t support him or vote for him.

…Mitt Romney stopped by a Republican Party phone-bank making calls in support of Gov. John Kasich’s government union reform referendum, but refused to endorse the actual referendum…

Possibly the most important things we need in the next president is that he roll back all the imperial edicts that Obama put in place and rein in the out of control regulatory agencies, like the EPA, who are ruling by bureaucratic edict.

Romney does not have the inclination or the courage to do those things. He likes big gov’t just fine, he just wants to be in charge of it and thinks he deserves my vote because of the (R) in front of his name.

I’m not a Republican, I”m an anti-statist.

If it’s Romney our hopes have to be pinned on Congress to defund the executive branch and stand up to this imperial presidency.

Let’s have a little Constitutional crisis, that’s the next best thing to an asteroid so far as I’m concerned.

Saw this at Ace’s where DrewM asks the pertinent (and impertinent) question

Why would Republicans in Ohio who are working their butts fighting the good fight here come out and work for a guy who won’t support them?

Why indeed.

  1. Mitt Romney says:

    This post makes me angry, while at the same time it makes me happy. Weird.

  2. alexthechick says:

    I repeat one of my standards for candidates: Believe in something and hold that belief for more than 10 minutes.

    Sorry, Romney, you lose!

  3. mlah says:

    I don’t like Romney. RINO. We NEED a real conservative.

  4. MikeD says:

    Oh now come on, “it’s his turn”, isn’t it? Isn’t that how Republican primaries work? Our betters decide which career politician has earned it and we accept it, right?

    I still plan on voting for the “no chance to win” Herman Cain.

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