GOP Superdelegates: It's Over, Romney...

GOP Superdelegates: It's Over, Romney Is Nominee

There are 32 comments on the OfficialWire story from Apr 7, 2012, titled GOP Superdelegates: It's Over, Romney Is Nominee. In it, OfficialWire reports that:

That's the growing consensus among Republican National Committee members who will automatically attend the party's national convention this summer and can support any candidate they choose.

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Jagermann

Wenatchee, WA

#1 Apr 7, 2012
Well it looks like another four years of Obama.
Gravediggers

Bakersfield, CA

#2 Apr 7, 2012
Now, the VP nominee will be the focus.

Forget a woman, it must be a hispanic.
Robert

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#3 Apr 7, 2012
Jagermann wrote:
Well it looks like another four years of Obama.
I don't see that it matters, none of them had a plan to deal with the biggest problem we face. I don't care for him I think he is bad for america but from a practical standpoint I don't see Obama as any worse.

We made changes in the house and may make more in the senate which will keep O'bama from having almost a blank check like he did the last time.

I have always said that the only difference in democrats and republicans is what they borrow money you have to pay back for. Republicans are more likely to spend it on their buddies in big business and wars, democrats are more likely to spend it quietly on their big buddies in business and social programs.
Jagermann

Wenatchee, WA

#5 Apr 7, 2012
Robert wrote:
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I don't see that it matters, none of them had a plan to deal with the biggest problem we face. I don't care for him I think he is bad for america but from a practical standpoint I don't see Obama as any worse.
We made changes in the house and may make more in the senate which will keep O'bama from having almost a blank check like he did the last time.
I have always said that the only difference in democrats and republicans is what they borrow money you have to pay back for. Republicans are more likely to spend it on their buddies in big business and wars, democrats are more likely to spend it quietly on their big buddies in business and social programs.
Well I guess you are right. We will just have to focus on local elections and keep the MittBama types out. Unfortunately my state is Democrat dominated. If we could get another REAL Republican in congress from here that would be great. More Republicans in congress will keep Obama in check. We will see what happens.
Robert

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#6 Apr 7, 2012
Jagermann wrote:
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Well I guess you are right. We will just have to focus on local elections and keep the MittBama types out. Unfortunately my state is Democrat dominated. If we could get another REAL Republican in congress from here that would be great. More Republicans in congress will keep Obama in check. We will see what happens.
There was one person who I felt was truly different, Ron Paul. But nobody listens to him cause people think he is a nut. I read about him to see why he was a nut, only thing I can find to support it is that people say that, I never found it in his beliefs. It was interesting to look at who he was most popular with, it is the young college kids. They are the ones who will have to pay for our foolishness with the budget.
here comes the pain

United States

#7 Apr 7, 2012
Romneys the nominee, now Ron Paul can run third party I know he said he wouldnt while campaining Republican but, if Romneys in theirs no nothing stopping Ron Paul from doing it.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#8 Apr 7, 2012
here comes the pain wrote:
Romneys the nominee, now Ron Paul can run third party I know he said he wouldnt while campaining Republican but, if Romneys in theirs no nothing stopping Ron Paul from doing it.
Except his lack pf popular support and reasonable platforms to run on...other than that, sure, nothings stopping him. The Paul fad has passed, and for good reason...
Sloppy joe drunk

United States

#9 Apr 7, 2012
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Except his lack pf popular support and reasonable platforms to run on...other than that, sure, nothings stopping him. The Paul fad has passed, and for good reason...
Ron Paul Message is growing stronger every day, Ron Paul supporters will never vote for Romney and thats a fact, they would vote Obama back in or stay home Romney doesn't have the principles Ron Paul has, he for big government and a flip flopper so there you go......

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#10 Apr 7, 2012
Sloppy joe drunk wrote:
<quoted text>Ron Paul Message is growing stronger every day, Ron Paul supporters will never vote for Romney and thats a fact, they would vote Obama back in or stay home Romney doesn't have the principles Ron Paul has, he for big government and a flip flopper so there you go......
How, exactly, is that message growing stronger everyday?
Karol

Czeladz, Poland

#11 Apr 7, 2012
why do they make such stupid thing? This Romney is a nut and he will loose in general election, he has NO chances.

Ron Paul is
1. better than Obama
2. he means positive changes
3. he means improvement
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#12 Apr 7, 2012
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It will be a matter of soon in the Fall, to be

all over for Obama too ( Obama and his people will

be finished and done with), whilst Romney would be

picking the VP nominee sooner or later to come.

()+_)+_)(_
Karol

Czeladz, Poland

#13 Apr 7, 2012
JBH wrote:
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It will be a matter of soon in the Fall, to be
all over for Obama too ( Obama and his people will
be finished and done with), whilst Romney would be
picking the VP nominee sooner or later to come.
()+_)+_)(_
Romney will loose, republican party will loose, if he would win- all people globally will loose, Clear or not
If not clear:
Romney's proposals and ideas:
- to cut taxes for corporations ( it is in budget of Ryan backed by Romney - common work ) and to increase taxes for middle class
- to bomb and attack Syria, Iran and Russia, to build antimissile schild and donate money for war - corporations
- to cut social care
- he is against women, against another races of people and against another sexual oriantations
-he has poor people for nothing.
Do you think that this nut will be president there, NEVER, even people in USA are not so stupid.
No more hitlerobushes there.
And so it goes

Scottsbluff, NE

#14 Apr 7, 2012
Karol wrote:
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Romney will loose, republican party will loose, if he would win- all people globally will loose, Clear or not
If not clear:
Romney's proposals and ideas:
- to cut taxes for corporations ( it is in budget of Ryan backed by Romney - common work ) and to increase taxes for middle class
- to bomb and attack Syria, Iran and Russia, to build antimissile schild and donate money for war - corporations
- to cut social care
- he is against women, against another races of people and against another sexual oriantations
-he has poor people for nothing.
Do you think that this nut will be president there, NEVER, even people in USA are not so stupid.
No more hitlerobushes there.
You do KNOW that Americans find it offensive for people from other nations to tell us HOW to vote
Karol

Czeladz, Poland

#15 Apr 7, 2012
And so it goes wrote:
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You do KNOW that Americans find it offensive for people from other nations to tell us HOW to vote
but, it is seen that you cannot make it. If you'll be left alone, you'll vote second bush-hitler, you are on the way.
And many followers of Obama has used just this good advices and voted for Obama. Maybe, you, who vote for these republicans are really out of your minds,so called traditional wisdom?
You should find it alone that Ron Paul is your best candidate, who is most worthy to be president.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#16 Apr 7, 2012
Karol wrote:
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but, it is seen that you cannot make it. If you'll be left alone, you'll vote second bush-hitler, you are on the way.
And many followers of Obama has used just this good advices and voted for Obama. Maybe, you, who vote for these republicans are really out of your minds,so called traditional wisdom?
You should find it alone that Ron Paul is your best candidate, who is most worthy to be president.
Why is it that you type pidgeon English, yet you use idionmatic English?!? I would say the BS meter has scaled out on your posts....

having idiomatic English,(even if you are unaware f what that means, as most US citizens are...) you would know what that means.
Robert

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#17 Apr 7, 2012
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>How, exactly, is that message growing stronger everyday?
It gets stronger because the message of liberty never changes with time or the flip flop of our politicians but what is really resonates stronger and stronger every day is his economic message. The closer we get to having to pay the price of our reckless spending and excessive sovereign debt the more people realize that Ron Paul is right. Tthat is why the young pays him so much attention they realize they are going to get stuck with the bill.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#18 Apr 7, 2012
Robert wrote:
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It gets stronger because the message of liberty never changes with time or the flip flop of our politicians but what is really resonates stronger and stronger every day is his economic message. The closer we get to having to pay the price of our reckless spending and excessive sovereign debt the more people realize that Ron Paul is right. Tthat is why the young pays him so much attention they realize they are going to get stuck with the bill.
yet every politician says we need to curb our spending, yet they never do it. why would Paul ve different? He's been in the congress that ran up those debts for decades now. how is he not part of the problem?

If he wasn't a leader enough to get his message heard in the congress he was a part of for decades, how will he now suddenly become the leader needed to get that message heard from outside that side body? The concept that he can do as president what he was unable to do as a congressmen is ridiculous.
Ron Paul 2012

Los Angeles, CA

#19 Apr 7, 2012
Mitt Romney is another clone of Barack Obama!
Ron Paul 2012

Los Angeles, CA

#20 Apr 7, 2012
Mitt Romney provided the blueprint for Barack Obama's health care law!
Ron Paul 2012

Los Angeles, CA

#21 Apr 7, 2012
Barack Obama's health care law originated from Mitt Romney's State of Massachusetts!

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