The Religious Right is already looking to 2012, and Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily is heeding the alarm: if Mitt Romney becomes the GOP Presidential nominee, “America’s toast.” Farah believes that due to Romney’s cardinal sins of supporting a health care reform law in Massachusetts and being close to the GOP establishment make him “the most dangerous man in America.” Social conservatives already worked hard in 2008 to make sure that Mitt Romney was not the Republican Party’s nominee for President, let alone John McCain’s choice for Vice President. But Farah’s rhetoric against the former Massachusetts governor demonstrates the heightened fear that Romney will be the frontrunner in the 2012 Republican nomination contest:
Mitt Romney is the most dangerous man in America today because he is the only GOP presidential contender about whom I can make such an unequivocal statement. If he wins, we lose. America’s toast.
I’m serious about this.
All the positive energy that was stirred up throughout middle America because of Obama’s misdeeds will have nowhere to be channeled if he’s the nominee.
Honestly, if he’s the nominee, America’s only hope will be revolution.
I wouldn’t vote for Romney if he ran against Satan himself for president.
He needs to be the one candidate that faithful, liberty-loving Republicans agree can never be the nominee. His track record of flip-flopping on the major issues of the day is a disqualifier. No one is perfect, but Romney is perfectly awful. I would have expected my friend Robert Ringer to notice that.
I am hoping, as we get closer to 2012, that discerning Republicans heed this warning.
I intend to do everything in my power to alert the American electorate to the threat he poses.
This is not hyperbole: Mitt Romney is the most dangerous man in America today.