More Republicans, Democrats AND Independents Should Vote in the GOP Primary
10:18 on 19 February 2012
In one of the most negative GOP Primary campaigns in recent history, it is important that more American voters take part in voting. On this blog I have written that there are no good Republican candidates, so voters will be hard-pressed to find a quality candidate to vote for.
For now, Romney, Santorum, Paul and Gingrich are not prime or quality candidates and any of them will ensure that President Obama will be reelected.
I also stated that it would not be a big surprise at all for the GOP to support a totally different candidate in the next month or two, someone who will rally more support than any of the current selection.
Of the 4 GOP candidates now remaining, the better choice remains Congressman Ron Paul, the self-professed Libertarian who continues to be the most knowledgeable and pragmatic of the candidates when it comes to domestic action and policy; however, Paul has some major issues that prevent him from being a true viable choice for Americans. For example, his TOTAL isolationist policy no longer works in today's "smaller" world. We once tried to isolate ourselves from other nations and it enabled the Nazi regime to invade much of the globe. If we did not enter WW II when we did, Americans today could be speaking German as the official language.
Still, of the 4 candidates Ron Paul seems to be the best choice in one of the weakest GOP primaries in recent years.
Who would YOU vote for in the GOP Primary? Romney, Santorum, Paul or Gingrich? Or, would you choose some other candidate e.g., Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey or former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin.
Who would you choose?