Dear Rick,

How can anyone in good conscience contribute in any way to your cause when you unashamedly betrayed your principles regarding the sanctity of life without exceptions ( http://www.ontheissues.org/Archive/2011_Straw_Poll_Rick_Santorum.htm ) and the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman ( http://stevedeace.com/news/iowa-politics/santorum-is-right-romney-is-still-wrong/ ) by deciding to back Mitt Romney in the last presidential election, after running against him for the Republican nomination in defense of those same principles? Mitt Romney during his entire political career, including the past presidential campaign, had no scruples about sending mixed messages to the American people for the sake of gaining votes and financial support, when his past record in public office clearly identified him as supporting abortion on demand and same sex unions.

You concluded your 2012 RNC speech with the following words: "In November we have a chance to vote for life and liberty, not dependency. A vote for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan will put our country back in the hands of leaders who understand what America can and, for the sake of our children, must be to keep the dream alive."

Instead, by supporting Mitt Romney in the last election, you also, like those who voted for Barak Obama, voted and encouraged others to vote for dependency on the pro abortion and childless union choices of godless men against God's unalienable rights to life and liberty, including our most fundamental and important God-given institution of marriage between one man and one woman.

You owe God and the American people a public apology for betraying your principles and your promises to them.


Larry DeMejo

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commented 2013-02-12 23:43:17 -0500 · Flag
Dear Brenda,

I am responding to your comment the same way I responded to Shirley’s comment to my earlier post and comment on this forum. You are sadly mistaken and misled. You had a realistic choice not to vote for Barak Obama or Mitt Romney in last November’s election, by voting for Tom Hoefling. Hoefling actually had a mathematical chance to win the presidential election (see http://www.tomhoefling.com/8/post/2012/10/411-electoral-votes-76-tom-hoefling-for-president-final-2012-presidential-ballot-access-list.html ).

Romney, by his own admission during the presidential campaign, supported killing of innocent children in cases of rape, incest or the mother’s health, and also as president would have left the legality of killing innocent children to be decided by the Supreme Court first and then to the individual states.

Do you hear yourself? Your statement to allow some babies to be killed to save others is heartless. You have no God given right nor legal justification, according to our Constitution, to deny the right to life of another guiltless human being. The death of even one innocent child should not be tolerated by you or anyone else in this country.

Romney, furthermore, as governor of Massachusetts, was instrumental in allowing the legalization of same sex marriage, for the first time ever, in one of the fifty states. Regardless of these known facts about Romney, you and Rick Santorum apparently chose to support and vote for Mitt Romney anyway. Your choice and Rick’s choice was your loss and sadly also our loss, as a nation.

When are you going to wake up and stop voting for compromised candidates like Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum? Are you looking for principles and candidates to ensure equal protection for all of us and our posterity? Please consider http://www.selfgovernment.us/platform.html

May the LORD Jesus Christ richly bless you as you choose to obey Him without compromise.


commented 2013-02-08 15:42:13 -0500 · Flag
If you believe that Obama is a better choice than Romney then you need to examine your values. Now, because of people like you we will spend the next 4 years fighting just to maintain our rights as individuals, let alone get anything accomplished on keeping babies alive. There were 2 choices on Nov 6th, only 2 and I, as did Rick stood with the man who was pro-marriage, pro-constitution and said he was pro-life. Even though that was with exceptions we could of saved hundreds of thousands of babies even with the exception, now we fight for our lives.
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