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What is the future of Conservativism in the Wake of the 2012 Election.

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Submitted by Anne (United States), Jan 6, 2013 at 08:24

Many Christians did not vote for Romney because he was a mormon. They didn't vote for Obama either who is for gay marriage, abortion, Obamacare, and other loss of freedoms, but they allowed him to get in again. The point is that complacency and apathy are affecting freedoms too, take a stand and quit being luke warm, weigh out the pros and cons of each candidate. Romney could have turned the economy around, strengthened our relationship with our ally Israel, and stopped the job killing regulations and tax hikes, as well as stopped the out of control spending and entitlements that are bankrupting this country and heading on the road to Greece.

All the baggage, from Fast and Furious, Solyndra, Benghazi cover up and incompetence, and a really lame economy are not being exposed enough in the press, not to mention the attempts to disarm the American public. Pravda warns of past nations who disarm their public, a perfect set up for concentration camps...All in all a pretty stupid electorate.

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