Iowa Afterwards

Iowa LeftoversIowa Afterwards

Just a little reminder, now that the Iowa Primaries have come and gone, that at the end of the day all that’s left from politicians’ – Republican or Democrat – rhetoric or jabbering is the trash they and the supporters or followers have left behind for someone else to clean up.

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Typical Voters

The oddly extended GOP Primary has stirred up a bit of internecine rancor within the American people, as comments on a previous post clearly illustrate. Many Americans really don’t want Romney as either the Republican Nominee or the POTUS because he’d likely be only a cosmetic change in most ways from Obama.

In the end though, I think we will come together and stand shoulder to shoulder, a unified and focused legion that will metaphorically sweep the Liberals, Progressives, and their minority tenant into the sea.

Typical Voters
Typical Voters In Modern America

This is what the 2012 Presidential Elections are going to come down to. American voters holding their noses and voting for the lesser of evils and their Liberal, Progressive, and Minority voters plugging their ears and voting for Obama. It’s going to be, as it almost always is despite the Lamestream Media’s lies, a straight-up base-against-base fight for the future of America.

There will, of course be a few hold-outs. Some few Americans will either put their personal preferences, prejudices, and/or idealism and dreams above the near-term needs of the country. From the look of it though, Obama’s base is crumbling under his feet. Hence, these few stalwarts won’t likely be an issue.

To borrow from the Christians, we can suffer these children, and they are children because only they can dream so well and strong. We must since what is not first dreamed can never be made real.

What it’s going to come down to, in my considered opinion, is can more Americans hold their nose against Romney’s stench than can Liberals plug their ears to harsh sounds of reality.

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Romney’s Next Debate

With the LSM either taking their clues from the White House or providing them to Obama’s handlers, it’s still the odds on bet that Mitt Romney will be the GOP Nominee in the 2012 elections. That has been well proven by the ongoing attacks thinly veiled as debate questions posed to more Conservative candidates – when they’re allowed to speak at all.

Really, they should just have debates with only Mitt Romney in them. There’d still be all sides of every issue represented.

Romney's Next Debate
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Still, as the LSM’s and Obama’s presumptive GOP nominee Romney does make an interesting comparison against Obama.

Obama was raised as a Muslim and may share in all or part of their ideology and Romney has changed political positions so often he looks like a Whirling Dervish. Romney has held every position on every issue during his political tenure and Obama has done his best to hold none.

This is going to give a whole new and sad meaning to “All or Nothing.”

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