His argument goes like this:
Barack Obama is destroying this country.OK, I can't really argue with that.
A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Barack Obama.Well, hold up right there, Scooter. Romney is looking to win Georgia by a high single-digit margin. Out of the Million and a half or two Million votes cast here, my vote for Johnson (and the Missus', and #1 Son's) are going to swing Georgia's electoral votes to Obama? I'm listening, but please show your work.
Four more years of Obama - unbridled by the need to get re-elected - will change this country to the point where nobody but the Democrats with their SEIU supporters will ever win an election again.Screech!
LOLwhut? I'm listening, but please show your work. I know that a lot of folks didn't like it when I said that it would be better for the Republic is Obama is re-elected, but I did lay out my arguments. They may be wrong, but they're not stupid. In return, I'd like something a little more well-reasoned than the Republican equivalent of ZOMG Thermageddon!!!eleventy!!!
I kind of was expecting better from Whittle.
Again, I'm not disputing the disaster that would be a second Obama administration. I'm not disputing the damage that would occur from an administration that doesn't have to face re-election, and is therefore disposed to ideology over pragmatism. My point (and Chief Justice John Robert's in his Obamacare decision) is that elections - and actions - have consequences. I see more upside from the reaction to an unbridled Obama second term than from a Romney administration. As I said, I might be wrong, but I do show my work. I wish that Whittle had, too.