Where does the GOP presidential nomination stand?

Mike Huckabee, the only bonafide pro-life advocate didn’t win South Carolina and has been getting less and less media attention.  To make matters worse, the Florida Fox News debate focused almost completely on the recent tribulations of the economy and on Mitt Romney.  Huckabee was unimpressive, visibly uncomfortable when talking about the economy.  Barring something unforeseen Mitt Romney, Inc. is in the driver’s seat.  John McCain’s straight talk and zig zagging past won’t win over the fiscal conservatives and leaves the social conservatives as unenthused about him as he is about them.  The only other possibility is Rudy, but Rudy blew it by making himself irrelevant early on, and now he can’t shed the image of a candidate that hasn’t received double digits in a single state.  Well there is one abortion disaster that the GOP averted.

Once again the fiscal conservatives prevail.  At least Romney says he’s pro-life, but I still can’t really believe it.  But hey, at least he says he is; maybe if I repeat this enough I will be able to stomach voting for him. 

If the Democrats nominate Billary Clinton they will get a candidate(s) that is no more trustworthy on any of the democrat socialistic policies than Romney is on abortion.  That is with the exception of abortion.  Bill Clinton might have once been “pro-life”, but I doubt Hillary ever was.  If Billary is the nominee for the Democrats the American people will have a dogged committed pro-abortion presidential nominee.

What a CHOICE for pro-lifers!  The raging feminazi versus the disinterested businessman.  Once again pro-lifers get the shaft.  Pro-lifers are the battered spouses of politics, we get beat up again and again and then we come back believing he’ll change.  Maybe it’s time to take the kids and file a divorce?

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One response to “Where does the GOP presidential nomination stand?

  1. McCain may is back in the game after winning Florida. Romney’s polling badly for Super Tuesday, and it looks like Huckabee will stay in and not throw the election to Romney. It’s getting interesting. The MSM says McCain, I still think Romney will pull it off, and Huckabee, well he’s his own man, and if given an opening he’ll make the most of it.

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