If you believe what Romney says, he is going to do whatever he can to take away gay rights and the right to choose.
Personally I don’t believe anything Romney says except that he wants to be president, really bad.
In his defense all major republican candidates signed this in 2011.
Sure up the base, lie to them first, then flip flop back to the center.
“This is just evidence of the manipulation of the Republican Party. They’re not even allowing us to bring signs in, but they brought in their own [pro-Romney] signs. We couldn’t nominate Ron Paul. The ‘no’ for not passing the rules was louder than the ‘aye’ and they ruled in favor of the rules. They’re cheating. The Republican National Committee is not transparent and does not have integrity. They stole votes. They stole delegates. They refused to send busses for our delegates. It’s a totalitarian process. This is not democracy. It’s a really sad day for us. I’ve worked for Republican candidates since I was 16. We believed the Republican Party had more integrity. Boy, did they prove us wrong.”
Personally I think Ron Paul is a bit to radical, but he does make for interesting debates.
Some things I don’t like about Ron:
Anti-Abortion – he was a doctor and saw some fucked up shit. I don’t blame him for being anti-abortion, but I don’t like it.
End the Fed – the link between money and silver had to be broken.
Budget – Ron believes we can ‘freeze’ things. stop paying and let the problems work themselves out.
Healthcare – Ron says destroy it. The system is flawed and must be eliminated.
Immigration – build a giant wall, end birthright, immigrants are bad, mmmkay
IRS – End it.
You sensing a pattern here? Ron doesn’t believe in the current system at all. He doesn’t think that anything we are doing is right.
He has some points. Maybe if we destroy everything we might be able to rebuild into something better, but personally, that’s some pain I don’t want to go through.