Join Blogs4Mitt!

Rusty Shackleford, the guy who runs The Jawa Report, has started a new blog called Blogs4Mitt, in support of Mitt Romney. You’ll notice the nice graphic in the sidebar done by Tom Mannis which leads to the site. Rusty writes

The primary season is all but over and Mitt will be our nominee. In 2004 bloggers rallied around George W. Bush and I was part of that movement.  Together, we helped President Bush beat the challenge by John Kerry.

It’s time for us to do the same for Romney.  Can we really afford four more years of Obama’s failed economic policies?

Look, no matter what you might think of Romney, we can’t afford Obama anymore. We never could. With all due respect, you go to the ballot box with the candidate you have, and while purism is nice, winning is better. See the post I wrote about my support for Mitt.

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4 Responses to “Join Blogs4Mitt!”

  1. RandyG says:

    Purism is nice, winning is better. Well said William.

  2. Zilla says:

    I joined up as soon as I found out about it, because we cannot survive another 4 years of Obama’s fuckery, and if given 4 more years, Obama may just declare himself “President for Life” just as he reigns for at least 67 years in his campaign’s creepy-assed #julia propaganda story.

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    While I agree with the sentiment Teach, and while I will vote for Romney, I fear we are just voting in a moderate Obama.

    Perhaps may, this will allow a more conservative leader come 2016.

  4. Thanks, Randy.

    Excellent points, Zilla.

    I understand your concern, GB. Yes, Romney may be a bit squishy on certain issues. I’m not 100% convinced on his AGW beliefs (though I highly doubt he would pass any sort of AGW legislation) . But I think he is the right man at the right time to deal with our massive economic issues.

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