NotMittRomney.com: I Totally Support this Website (and if you care for the Republic, you should too)

By the Left Coast Rebel

What's the difference between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama?

Unfortunately, it's only a matter of degrees.

If anything, with Obama, the liberal you see is the liberal you get (especially the 2.0, "I support Occupy Wall Street" version currently being peddled).

There are so many damning links and articles at this site that I don't even know where to start.

Actually I do.

It's simple: If Mit-for-brains is the GOP nominee then the GOP deserves to lose and earn a well-deserved Whig party obscurity and obsolescence.

Mitt Romney: not the one term liberal Massachusetts governor man for our times. Take a stand for America, NotMittRomney.com

Via Memeorandum.

Updated with video:


35 comments:

  1. You've seen to taken to the warning I have about both Mittens and Perry. Both would be only a matter of how slow and to what degree to the destruction of the republic as they're both liberal RINO's. If it's either Mittens or Perry, I think I'll move to the Philippines with the wife. At least there they're more honest with their corruption.

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  2. "If it's either Mittens or Perry, I think I'll move to the Philippines with the wife. "

    But the election of a filthy Marxist wasn't enough to make you leave? Yeah. You're to be taken seriously.

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  3. Chuck: I haven't had time to monitor comments here. Comments that insult, demean or don't add to the discussion will be summarily deleted, as will any containing cursing, "retard", etc.

    If you don't like that, get your own blog.

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  4. PS: List me the proof that Mit-for-brains is a conservative or in any sense stands for limited government.

    The truth hurts but the guy is just a statist RINO; if Obama is a perfect 10 statist, Romney is a 6 or 7.

    The 'R' next to his name means nothing.

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  5. It seems to me clearly that Obama is far to the left. And Romney, IMHO is not that far to the right of him.
    And I would say that the 'R' does mean something... RINO! Tagged and bagged!

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  6. As much as I complain about the politics in this country, if these are the best candidates the Republicans can come up with, and Romney (or Perry) wins the nomination, then they (the people who supported the Republican nomination) deserve another four years of Obama, and they will get it.

    Really, I guess this is informative, though, on a few points. Firstly, the Republican base is just as dumb and dangerous for the country as the liberal base. Second, we need systemic fixes for the country's problems, because the people will continue to send destructive idiots to Washington, and without strong and effective limits on government built-in, we can't hope to weather the damage inflicted by either side. Third, we really need a better system to select our leaders, because the current system is both polarizing the country, and producing horrible options for the voters, which in turn is producing a situation where a socialist looks preferable to the alternative.

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  7. Nick:

    You said, Really, I guess this is informative, though, on a few points. Firstly, the Republican base is just as dumb and dangerous for the country as the liberal base.

    Unfortunately, this is the saddest facet of this sad state of affairs.

    Great comment, totally agree about changing the process as well; as I sit here the local press is chattering about the Herman Cain sexual harassment story. Truly pathetic.

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  8. Nick, you said... "Firstly, the Republican base is just as dumb and dangerous for the country as the liberal base. Second, we need systemic fixes for the country's problems, because the people will continue to send destructive idiots to Washington, and without strong and effective limits on government built-in, we can't hope to weather the damage inflicted by either side. Third, we really need a better system to select our leaders, because the current system is both polarizing the country, and producing horrible options for the voters, which in turn is producing a situation where a socialist looks preferable to the alternative. "

    Great observations. As I sat reflecting on these it occurred to me perhaps one of the roots of the problem can be found in the system that educates young Americans. That and a social structure that really no longer supports a strong foundation for kids to build a reasoned ,rational, and ethical perspective on how to lead their lives.

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  10. "Chuck: its a pleasure to have your thoughts here. Please don't wear out your welcome with the blog owners. We are all political allies here even if we have disagreements."
    Exactly!

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  11. Exactly right, Nick and John. However, calling me (and other readers) a "retard" and cursing will get him deleted automatically.

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  12. @Rational: I agree that the education system is a large part of the problem, in that by virtue of the demographics it instills a decidedly shaded viewpoint. Perhaps if we had more of the capable producers going into teaching instead of creating, we might have a different ideological slant in the classrooms. I don't think we're necessarily lacking in social structure though; it may be true, but I just don't see the evidence to support this.

    @[other]Nick: The problem for the Republicans is that, as an example, for myself, who I consider to be an independent, there really isn't that much difference between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. They are both fairly liberal, pandering, and very dishonest politicians, with flexible loyalties for sale. Romney has some pros (slightly less socialist), but so does Obama (slightly less likely to ignore separation of church and state). It reminds me of Bush v Kerry: Bush was the evil you knew, Kerry was the evil you didn't, and that was enough to push the scale.

    Really, for me, if it were Obama v Romney, I'd want the one to win who's party did not control Congress; that would probably mean the least damage to the country. I detest Obama's policies, but if you want to talk political reality, he's the evil I know.

    Of course, if the Republicans somehow manage to find some wisdom/principles/courage and nominate Ron Paul, it's a whole other story...

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  13. My agreement was more about the end part... I just hope to encourage a better rapport between all... If I want any of that, I would go to any of the 'Lefty' sites. Aren't we better than that?

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  15. The anti-public sector collective bargaining referendum just got destroyed 2 to 1 in Ohio, a must-win state for the Republican candidate.

    MUST WIN as in "Obama will be sworn in again at 8pm Central time next election day if we don't win Ohio." That's how important Ohio is.

    And the principled cliff jumpers here criticized Romney for taking no position on the state issue, as if his support would have swung millions of Ohioans the other way. As if all your pleading would convince the mouth breathers in the Midwest to bow before Ron Paul.

    If you're not playing the political game, you're choosing to lose it. There is a word for people who always lose. They are called

    LOSERS

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  16. "Chuck: I haven't had time to monitor comments here. Comments that insult, demean or don't add to the discussion will be summarily deleted, as will any containing cursing, "retard", etc"

    I'm sure that's much easier than defending your idiotic, pro-communist, anti-American statements.

    If you believe a word of what you wrote, you're an enemy of this country. If you don't, you're a liar.

    You're campaigning for Brakabama.

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  17. That just might be the stupidest thing anyone has ever said to me here. Words escape me. Sigh.

    PS - If you didn't notice, the site NotMittRomney.com is hardly run by pro-commie types. And they are stressing to beat him in the primary. And I said he's too liberal which is hardly "pro-communist"

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  18. Chuck, as much as I disagree with you, I generally enjoy your arguments. But I can't understand the wisdom of antagonizing a blogger at his own blog. Are you on some kind of rhetorical kamikaze mission for Mitt Romney?

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  19. Now the comment I actually came here to make:

    Ali Akbar rocks!

    That video is simply beautiful. I've watched it 3 times already. Here comes #4.

    If Dems had any sense, they would have hit Obama like this in 2007.

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  20. @Chuck,

    *facepalm* dude...seriously? You do understand that LCR has been writing this blog for years and is not some fly-by-night pundit of no experience.

    Come on, man. Get it together.

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  21. @ Chuck - Must be a reason Top Floors is... well empty.

    Seriously, you're becoming completely unhinged based on your most recent comment. As ecc102 said... "get it together" man.

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  23. @Nick... I look at his record!

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  24. @Nick,

    Some of us do not look at it as simply making sure we have the most electable person to beat Obama. Some of us do not look at this as a game. Some of us would rather stick to our Conservative principles rather than support Romney, who is not.

    We have been lambasted as those who will surely usher in another Obama 4-years if we don't vote for Romney, but we can look at ourselves in the mirror and not feel like settlers and those who compromise for the sake of GOP politics.

    Obama is a jackass. We all know it. Has he damaged our Nation? Indeed he has. Is he a Socialist America-hating liberal dictator? Yep. But he hasn't touched me one bit. I have a solid life that he cannot affect. I can easily survive another 4 years of Obama, as many of us can. It is the weaker of America that I am concerned about. Obama is a minor hiccup in the Big Picture. A pawn, a puppet, a useful eedjit.

    Romney is not Conservative. On that basis alone, I cannot and will not support him or his campaign. Perhaps this does make me culpable in the Obama Regime having another 4 years to rape our Nation. Perhaps. But it sure as hell beats selling my principles out for the purpose of removing Obama.

    This is still America. She still has sons of liberty within her bosom. This will not change.

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  26. Nick reminds me of what Patton said, that we should attack Russia while we have the army there...
    Well we didn't and we had peace. Russia is moving towards capitalism.
    Force is not the only answer.
    And just because you determine we are "losers" only makes my opinion about you stronger.
    I can see why your in favor of a statist as president when your a product of that sector of govt...

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  27. @John,

    Indeed, it is very telling that I, (and you by association apparently), would be called "LOSERS" by Nick.

    Whomever receives the first personal attack is the WINNER. So, I reckon Nick's words make us, as sons of liberty, winners. Huh. Imagine that.

    Long Live the Republic, Nick, provided statists don't destroy it first.

    I don't hate you because you're a Romney supporter. I hate it that Romney has blinded you into following him. Simple as that.

    One more personal attack, Nick, and I shall flame you. Tim, please take note.

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  29. The course of history is always determined the the "winners."

    The debate is framed by the "thinkers" on both sides of the philosophical/political aisle if you will.

    When you pull the lever for a statist, whether they be a big S statist or a small s statist you still end up with more statism.

    Our system will continue to perpetuate growing statism. Pick your poison, red or blue.

    The old, "I guess the lesser of two evils is better than the greater of two evils" principle is alive and well folks.

    Radical directional change is the only thing that will change the above sated realities. IMHO America doesn't have the will for the kind of change it is really i need of.

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  30. Nick,

    You said:
    Romney has blinded me to nothing. I'm not his supporter or his cheerleader or his apologist. I'm flabbergasted at how little some of you seem to understand about our political process and the political landscape we are on.

    If you want to claim insult over being called a "loser", well then I submit that your flesh is too thin to engage in political discussions. I haven't called anyone here a "retard". At worst I've said some people have their heads in the clouds.
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    To retort:

    You mention "political process and the political landscape we are on". You also previously referred to politics as a "game". Again, I have no stomach nor tolerance for politics as you would espouse them, Nick. I am a Constitutional Conservative Libertarian Christian clinging to his guns and his religion. For me it has ne'er been about this "game of politics". It is about, and shall ever be about, governance according to our US Constitution and the purposed push-back against the Socialism and statism that is so prevalent within your "political world". So, Nick, while you might be looking at this all as a game of chess, in the hopes you can beat Obama and all that, I am looking at what's best for America as a whole and not just some weak political party's agenda. *cough* GOP *cough*

    My skin is quite thick, thank you. However, by referring to me and those like me as "LOSERS", you simply show yourself to be incapable of rational and reasoned discourse. Name-calling is so...you know...elementary school. So, in easier-to-understand terms, by you calling me a "LOSER", you show yourself to be a childish person. I do not suffer childish commenters, since there are other people infinitely more interesting and relevant to me.

    Have an excellent week, Nick. Go Romney, indeed.

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  31. Nick it would seem your view of Russia is through the narrow scope of the MSM... Just as the power hungry politicians in the US want to maintain grip, so do the likes of Putin.
    I am in contact very often of people from Russia. They hate Communism.
    Your insults gain you no respect but rather show a lack of character.

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  32. John,

    "Your insults gain you no respect but rather show a lack of character."

    Having been "that guy" at certain times, I know how painful it is to read someone say such things about you. It's a gut-checker, to be sure. I'm hoping Nick sees this forest for the trees.

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  34. @Nick,

    You said:
    "Politics is gamesmanship whether you like it or not. In many ways you are as crazy as the people who had a chill run up their legs when Obama spake. Your messiah is Ron Paul."

    WRONG. Oh, so, so wrong.

    I have stated here, and on other such Libertarian-Conservative type blogs, that I am with Cain. Equating me with Chris Matthews is foolish, and even moreso to seek to equate Ron Paul supporters with Chris Matthews.

    Bye, Nick. The pleasure has been all mine in speaking with you, but you are not ready for prime-time just yet, especially when seeking to dialogue with me. You've not heard a thing I have said.

    I have no love nor adoration for this game of politics as you do. I am all about The Big Picture. The Big Picture that truly matters, not this human drama of political theater known as Mitt Romney and the Joy Boy GOP Club.

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