2012 GOP Presidential No No’s

Listed below are five GOP Presidential candidates and the reasons why they should be considered unfit to head the 2012 GOP ticket.

Gary Johnson—His foreign policy is duplicitous. He describes himself as strong on national defense, yet calls for retreat in the war against radical Islam. His views on social issues will contribute to a further decay in America’s moral fabric. The GOP and America need and deserves a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a Libertarian.

Ron Paul–His position to rush all troops home from foreign bases ASAP is as much a danger to America as is the “progressive” demand to force their green energy policy upon America without any tangible evidence of prudent preparation. He should remain Chairman of the congressional panel that oversees the Federal Reserve. His views on social issues will contribute to a further decay in America’s moral fabric. The GOP and America need and deserves a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a Libertarian.

Mitt Romney—In a word: romneycare, the model upon which the highly destructive obamacare was based. He believes in man caused global warming and some form of economically hostile cap and trade. The GOP and America need and deserves a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a moderate.

Newt Gingrich— He believes in man caused global warming and some form of economically hostile cap and trade. While a member of the House of Representatives he voted in favor of establishing the Department of Education and granting most favored nation trading status to Communist China. The GOP and America need and deserve a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a moderate.

John Huntsman—His politically correct “diplomatically passivity” will not allow him to take the fight to the current White House occupant. He’s been publicly endorsed by Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a known “progressive” who worked vigorously for passage of the stimulus bill, the omnibus spending bill, obamacare and the Frank-Dodd financial regulatory bill. The GOP and America need and deserve a Conservative Presidential candidate, not a moderate.

America’s fiscal security, national security and moral fabric are under assault from the radical, “progressive” left.  Under no circumstances should the American people be forced to once again choose between the lesser of two evils.  The aforementioned candidates are all in some way(s) inappropriate to spearhead the Conservative movement’s drive to return America to its founding principles of limited Constitutional government, fiscal responsibility, national security and equal justice for all.

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2 Responses to “2012 GOP Presidential No No’s”

  1. Diane Lenning Says:

    Comments on target! Keep up the analysis! We will need to vet our own candidates since the liberal press will pick one of their own choice, and call it our choice! It’s our decision! 😉

  2. Alex Says:

    What about pawlenty in his milage taxactiom, global warming stance?

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