Reject Romney, Rove and the Obama Republicans

TIME FOR A NEW REPUBLICAN PARTY BASED ON CONSTITUTIONAL CONSERVATISM

by Lawrence Sellin, ©2011

Are Mitt Romney and all Republicans criminally complicit in Obama's fraud?

(Nov. 6, 2011) — If Mitt Romney is the 2012 Republican nominee for President, I will not vote.

Romney and political operatives like Karl Rove represent an element of the Republican Party that has become indistinguishable from the Democrats.

Both parties practice elective despotism.

It is a scheme, whereby Republicans and Democrats lie to voters and, through elections, compete for the authority to treat ordinary Americans as serfs; those providing the labor, producing the revenue and spilling the blood to maintain the conditions for political elites and their financial backers to plunder the economy and increase their personal power and wealth.

Once in office neither party responds to the needs of ordinary Americans, neither respects the Constitution and neither guards the security of the nation when those sacred duties conflict with self-serving political expediency.

I want Obama out of the White House, but not at the expense of perpetuating a corrupt status quo.

For example, Republican leaders continue to lie to the American people by covering-up their complicity in the greatest fraud ever perpetrated in the history of the United States; Obama’s illegal Presidency and his crimes both before and after occupying the Oval Office.

Specifically, Obama is not a natural born citizen and, therefore, has never been eligible for the office of President.  In addition, Obama has forged his birth documents and Selective Service registration and uses a Social Security number not issued to him.

Congressional Republicans are openly and arrogantly telling the American people that they refuse to honor their oaths of office to support and defend the Constitution and uphold the law.

Republicans have made themselves no less criminally liable than Obama himself.

That is why they remain silent, will never investigate Obama and will bury all evidence of Obama’s illegal Presidency and his crimes even after a Republican victory in the 2012 Presidential election.

They scorn the Constitution and facilitate Obama’s criminal tendencies, while ignoring their constituents and pushing the country closer towards the slippery slope of political chaos.

The Republican establishment, those scions of stupidity, long ago decided that Mitt Romney would be the Republican nominee for the 2012 Presidential election because, like John McCain, it’s “his turn.”

They fully intend to force the electorate to accept their anointed candidate, locking up the nomination for Romney at the earliest possible date.

That explains why Cesar Conda, chief of staff for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and a former Romney operative, urged Florida Republican officials to move up their state’s primary from March to January 31st.

As a reward, Rubio will be offered the Vice Presidential nomination under Romney and to help win the critical state of Florida and convince Hispanics to vote Republican.

For influential Republican strategists like Karl Rove, it does not matter that Rubio, like Obama, is not a natural born citizen and, therefore, Constitutionally ineligible for the office of Vice President.

Rove will continue push for Romney and cover for both Rubio and Obama.

Winning matters more than the Constitution and the rule of law. For the Republican establishment, power and personal wealth trump principle.

Romney is also the choice of the Democratic Party and the Democrats’ public relations firm, the mainstream media.

Although he lacks Obama’s passion, Romney more than makes up for it by matching Obama’s policy positions guaranteeing a continuation of the status quo and crony capitalism.

It is time to break the cycle of corruption being promoted by Obama and his Republican protectors.

If there remains any possibility for national salvation and an American Renaissance, the Republican Party needs to be dismantled and rebuilt based on Constitutional conservatism.

Without that, it is better not to vote than vote for a Republican who represents nothing more than Obama light.

It is better to let Obama win and allow the present political system to collapse than to aid the cancer of corruption and destroy any chance of preserving a government of the people, for the people and by the people.

It is now the responsibility of ordinary Americans to stop Obama and his Republican facilitators and restore the Constitution and the vision of the Founding Fathers.

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Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. is a retired colonel with 29 years of service in the US Army Reserve and a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq. He receives hate mail at lawrence.sellin@gmail.com

7 Responses to "Reject Romney, Rove and the Obama Republicans"

  1. Georgiaboy61   Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 2:03 AM

    Dr. Sellin, thank you for another incisive, truth-telling column. Genuine constitutional conservatives face a difficult dilemma in the 2012 elections. Vote for a criminal fraud who is dismantling the republic before our very eyes, or the representative of an opposition party that is in on the scam, and is doing nothing about it. That’s known, I believe, as a “Hobson’s Choice,” i.e., a decision where both outcomes are poor. David B., like you – I am fed-up with voting for the lesser of two evils. I have already told the GOP that they can forget about my vote or my money, if they refuse to stand up to Obama and allow his fraudulent presidency to continue. I, too, voted for McCain, mostly because of Sarah Palin, but now see that McCain is just as corrupt as all the rest. Likewise, I will not vote for Romney. As of now, I plan to vote a straight anti-incumbent ticket, and will vote third-party or abstain on the presidency, if Romney is the GOP man. As much as I loathe Obama, it may take four more years of him to finally drive the truth home for Americans, that we are being tyrannized right before our eyes.

  2. "Zeb"   Monday, November 7, 2011 at 9:10 AM

    Not pitching Nelson Hultberg here, but he is putting out an interesting concept in his book “The Conservative Revolution” and the Jaeger movie made from the book and titled “SPOiLER”.
    What Hultberg is saying is that if you vote for a Demopublican (pol running on either the Dem or Rep ticket) you will have thrown away your vote. The parties have melded into one. He proposes a third party running on a two plank platform: limit the amount of money the fed can print and a flat tax. He does not envision success for a third party candidate but instead wants to get 15% of the vote so the message can be delivered to the American public in national debates. He does not fear a Roosevelt or Perot upset because, as above, it doesn’t matter who gets elected on a Romney/Obama ticket. The game is to get the message out via national TV by qualifying for the presidential debates, as Perot did. Once the folks realize the benefits they will either force the entrenched pol to change or vote him out.
    Hultberg advocates incrementalism. Not being marginalized by attempting to disband five cabinet level agencies all at once but rather small bites at a time. Follow on planks would be English, only, in America and a “mind our own business” foreign policy.
    Herman seems to be defining Hultberg’s concept to some degree. He has the attention of the American people with his flat tax and common sense approaches, none of which will come to fruition, however, but Herman and Dr. Paul demonstrate what the folks want and it isn’t more of the same, i.e. Demopublican policy. And several of the weasels on the GOP stump have changed their pitch to be more in line with Dr. Paul and Herman.
    The die has been cast. Whether Romney will stay with his promises, whatever they are on a any given day, when elected, is probably not a guess. Romney personifies RINO and characterizes Hultberg’s Demopublican to a tee!

  3. GunnyG   Monday, November 7, 2011 at 7:57 AM

    Right Up The Middle…No point cleaning the outside of the cup w/o cleaning the inside too!!!!!

    Semper Watching!
    *****

  4. Donna   Monday, November 7, 2011 at 7:26 AM

    If you don’t vote,thats a vote for obama- IF we don’t get him “OUT OF OFFICE” We are done! I don’t think all of the candidates are in yet. Ron Paul has a chance-but if Trump gets in He will have my vote.

  5. Mairi   Sunday, November 6, 2011 at 11:07 PM

    There is a Republican running, albeit out of the gang you will hear about, that is a Constitutionalist, John Dummett. He has already filed multiple lawsuits seeking to force the DNC from placing Barack’s name on the ballot in any State.
    I also refuse to vote again for the lesser evil. I played that game and voted McCain/Palin. Hopefully, conservatives are too smart to be fooled again. It’s time for Americans to quit playing the elites’ game. I am feeling like I now live in Iran, where the mullahs produce two flunkies, and the people have their choice of one…..we just have a whole field of flunkies.

  6. David B   Sunday, November 6, 2011 at 11:07 PM

    Dr. Sellin… I couldn’t agree more!! Like you, if the establishment Republicans insist on cramming Mitt Romney (Obama-lite) down our throats, I will also refuse to vote! There’s no way that I will compromise my conservative principles by again voting for a liberal RINO. I voted for John McCain hoping to keep Barack Obama/Barry Soetoro/Bari Shabazz or whatever the hell his name is, from usurping the presidency. Now that the fraud is in OUR White House, I will not partake in a McCain v. Obama redux, aka a Romney bid for the presidency! Never again will I cast a vote for the lesser of two evils!
    I’also like to thank you for having the intestinal fortitude to address the facts surrounding the greatest of all frauds ever perpetrated on We the People of these United States of America. God bless America!!

  7. BobSR   Sunday, November 6, 2011 at 10:57 PM

    Don’t not vote, vote for this lady:

    http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2011/11/presidential-candidate-claims-obamas.html

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