As a tea-party conservative, I was never really excited about Mitt Romney becoming the Republican nominee until Thursday, when the US Supreme Court took extreme liberty with the US Constitution and magically interpreted ObamaCare as a “tax.”
Okay. Now I’m down for the struggle for Romney. He said he will repeal socialized medicine on day one and I will hold him to that guarantee.
Before Thursday, I regarded Romney as a RINO, or Republican In Name Only. When he was governor in Massachusetts, he did impose ObamaCare light as well as a few scattered tax increases.
I started to warm up to Romney a few months ago when the Wall Street Journal dived into his gubernatorial record and produced stories about Romney enacting some rather conservative measures in a radically leftist state like Massachusetts – an impressive feat in the occupied lands of the Kennedy klan.
Could Romney win California? I’m skeptical. But in a perfect political storm, as 2012 is appearing to be for conservatives, Romney could capture the Golden State. Tea-party conservatives made a significant impact on the June 5 primary election, so there’s no reason to believe their impact won’t be just as significant in November.
Thursday’s bassackward decision by the US Supreme Court to impose socialism on the USA erased all reservations I had about campaigning for Romney. Tea party conservatives will again mobilize for the November elections with even more zeal than all the gusto they displayed in the 2010 elections.
Okay.Romney is our man. I’m all in.