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SJF_Penguin2 said …
May God bless our new president, Donald John Trump!
January 20, 2017 Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 said …
Someday America will have female presidents. But we should thank God every day that Hillary Clinton won't be the first. We really dodged a bullet on Tuesday.

Donald Trump hasn't been a reliable conservative all his life. I voted for him (I only vote Republican), but I've often had mixed feelings about him. But as the man who beat Crooked Hillary in the biggest presidential election upset since "Dewey Defeats Truman," he at least deserves a clean slate . . . Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
. . . and an opportunity to show us that "Make America Great Again" is more than just a slogan. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Congratulations, Mr. President-Elect. And good luck. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 said …
I supported Ted Cruz in the Republican primary. He would have made a great president, and hopefully will someday. I don't consider Donald Trump to be a real conservative, but he is the only viable option to stop Hillary Clinton. I submitted my absentee ballot with a vote for Trump on October 24. Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
If Trump is elected but acts like a liberal in office, I will hope for and support a conservative primary opponent in 2020. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Someday America will elect its first female president, but voting for a woman just because she's a woman is ridiculous. And sexist. I hope instead that America's first female president will be a conservative, elected for her values and her vision, not her sex. over a year ago
DarkSarcasm said …
Election spot! Come participate before we're all shipped off to war! link Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 said …
Today I cast my vote in the Connecticut Republican primary (by absentee ballot) for Ted Cruz, Texas U.S. senator, consistent conservative, and friend of the Constitution, whom I have liked for years. In the 2016 cycle, Cruz was and is the only choice for serious, authentic, movement conservatives. I am not the first to say he is the Reagan of our time, and I won't be the last. Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Of the two other remaining Republican candidates, John Kasich was always a non-starter for me because of his support for amnesty, his expansion of Medicaid, and his get-along moderate attitude, which values the idea of bipartisanship more than fighting for conservative goals. Donald Trump was fine as an entertainer—I watched early seasons of "The Apprentice" myself—but, among many other things, he lacks an ideological core (conservative or liberal), and is confused or unknowledgeable about many issues of the day. It is my hope that Cruz will win the Republican nomination (at this point, most likely at a contested national convention); if he fails to do so, I will most likely support whoever does get the Republican nomination, though I would consider defecting to a third-party candidate if he or she were viable and more conservative than nominee Trump. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
I will never, ever vote for a Democrat for any office (not even dog catcher if we elected them); I would rather eat a penguin. The idea of a President Hillary Clinton (or a President Comrade Bernie Sanders, the candidate of whiny Millennials and leftist socialists) scares me to death, and should scare to death any rational, moral person. Someday America will elect its first female president, but voting for a woman just because she's a woman is ridiculous. And sexist. I hope instead that America's first female president will be a conservative, elected for her values and her vision, not her sex. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
TL;DR summary: I like Ted Cruz. over a year ago
madeleineg11 said …
I've created a Ted Cruz fanpage! Here's the link: link Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Great! Go Ted! over a year ago
sarahgilbert said …
Is this club still a thing? I'm probably the only one still here... Posted over a year ago
sarahgilbert said …
Why can't Republicans and Democrats just get along? I'm a Republican and I don't agree with most of the Democrat's opinions, but I don't want to argue. Posted over a year ago
woodenpulltoys9 said …
Rand Paul makes Me happy, happy, happy. Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 said …
"At least now, when the president blames the guy in his job four years ago, he'll be right."—National Review, December 3, 2012 Posted over a year ago
DrBlowhole said …
Even though I am a democrat and would have voted Obama I have to say Romeny put in a good game and I am sorry that you are sad about who won. Best of luck next time, till then we just have to hope this nation gets better. Posted over a year ago
stacyj42 said …
I knew the result of this election would confirm if this was a country of government handouts or people who took pride in themselves and worked for themselves well the result arein this is not the America I want. What is wrong with people? Posted over a year ago
pumpkinqueen commented…
Looking around now, clearly many things wrong. over a year ago
woodenpulltoys9 commented…
It makes Me sad to know People aren't willing to help Themselves. It's a combination of Aapathy and laziness over a year ago
madeleineg11 said …
Join my new spot for our future first lady-Ann Romney @ link Posted over a year ago
Jackiel_l said …
Im republicam and im proud say it loud im black and im proud Posted over a year ago
Jackiel_l commented…
lol over a year ago
bgt123 commented…
wow sis over a year ago
woodenpulltoys9 commented…
It's nice to know We have some Black GOPers, Who aren't followers of the Black Democratic President. over a year ago
ZachRockFan said …
republican and proud of it Posted over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 said …
Although the primaries continue, those that remain are mainly just a formality now as Mitt Romney moves to officially clinch the Republican nomination. And since he is now the presumptive nominee, I have created his club here on Fanpop. Please join and show your support!

link Posted over a year ago
hotsnowsels commented…
Great! I joined. over a year ago
Cinders said …
If I had to pick a republican to back right now, it'd be Romney. Mark my words, he'll be your candidate, and if he's not, god help the GOP as far as getting elected goes. You don't only need a candidate with strong conservative views, you need one that's electable, and, right now, many of them, for various reasons are not. Romney may be a bit floppy on some of his issues, but he hasn't alienated the moderates yet, like everyone else has. Posted over a year ago
Cinders commented…
I also like Ron Paul, but even I concede he's not electable. Too many republicans resent his libertarian and socially liberal views. over a year ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
I voted for Romney in 2008. I still like him today, though I'm personally finding it hard to forget about his Massachusetts healthcare system. I'd consider myself still uncommitted for 2012; fortunately, I don't have to make up my mind until April. And I wish a little that Rick Santorum had a better shot. over a year ago
Cinders commented…
Obama appeals to moderates with his calls for compromise, reaching across the aisle, and including non democratic members in his cabinet - Treasury Sec. Timothy Geithner (I), Transportation Sec. Ray LaHood (R), Army Sec. John McHugh (R), even John Huntsman, who was appointed by Obama to be Ambassador to China. Believe me, if you poll moderates, Obama is more popular than leading republican candidate Newt Gingrich. In my mind, people who identify as staunch republicans will vote for the republican candidate as a vote against Obama, even if they don't love their candidate. That's why the moderates will determine the election. over a year ago
jlhfan624 said …
Republican debate was pretty fascinating. Posted over a year ago
Cinders commented…
Indeed it was! over a year ago
Cinders commented…
By the way, Heather, why is everyone ignoring Ron Paul? He got second to Bachman but like NO ONE's talking about that. And yes, I realize this conmversation is two weeks late, I've been busy. over a year ago
Vote4RonPaul commented…
I agree with you! Ron Paul isn't receiving as much credit as he deserves... over a year ago
Trentonnnnn said …
republicans are awesomeeeee....
:) Posted over a year ago
Ezi commented…
Amen to that! over a year ago
Trentonnnnn said …
i luv republicans and democrats stinkkkkkkkkk Posted over a year ago
Persephone713 commented…
yeah, if we stink. Bush, Palin and the Tea Party smell like dead rotting corpses. over a year ago
Trentonnnnn commented…
Right ahhaahah over a year ago
Trentonnnnn commented…
Right ahhaahah over a year ago
Pollvote said …
What's your opinion on the republican party? Express it at www.pollvote.info Posted over a year ago
laugh
jlhfan624 said …
LOL! I just got a die-hard! This amuses me! Posted over a year ago
HuddyJoy0524 commented…
Cool! xD over a year ago
Trentonnnnn commented…
hahah yeahhh over a year ago