One of the primary planks of the Republican Platform is the party's commitment to recognizing the Fourteenth Amendment protection of unborn children. In this video clip, Mitt Romney states his opposition to that commitment.  Mitt Romney is not a prolife candidate.  Vote for life in 2012.  Vote for Tom Hoefling.  tomhoefling.com
 
 
 
 
Bob Enyart Live

Don't Throw Away Your Vote: Refusing to throw his vote away, Bob Enyart announced today that he is voting for America's Party presidential candidate Tom Hoefling! ...check out America's Party platform at SelfGovernment.US.

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Bob Enyart LIVE

KGOV.com

Bob Enyart will interview America's Party's 2012 presidential nominee Tom Hoefling

3 pm Mountain time

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The Daily Caller

Will Rahn

Jimmy Carter says he would be “comfortable” with a Mitt Romney presidency, although he still expects [Alleged] President Barack Obama to win re-election in the fall.

“I’d rather have a Democrat but I would be comfortable,” the former president told MSNBC in a segment aired Wednesday. “I think Romney has shown in the past, in his previous years as a moderate or progressive… that he was fairly competent as a governor and also running the Olympics as you know.”

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TomHoefling.com

J.D. Ellis,
Vice Presidential Nominee,
America's Party

Conservative voters don't vote for liberal politicians. Both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are liberal politicians. As Mr. Hoefling has said many times, Republicans may be conservatives, or they may support Mitt Romney--but they may not do both.

Principled patriotic American voters don't vote for candidates who are opposed to America's foundational principles. Both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney hold a number of positions that are directly opposed to America's foundational principles. Republicans may be principled patriotic Americans, or they may support Mitt Romney--they may not do both.

Pro-life voters don't vote for pro-abortion candidates. Both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are pro-abortion candidates. Republicans may be pro-life, or they may support Mitt Romney--they may not do both.

With the impending Republican nomination of Mitt Romney for president, it is becoming increasingly difficult to deny that patriotic, pro-life conservatives are no longer allowed any real voice in the Republican Party. But patriotic, pro-life, conservative Republicans are welcome in America's Party.

http://www.selfgovernment.us/affiliate.html

 
 
"A Socrates quote that in my opinion could be applied directly to all the conservatives who have wasted their time, energy and treasure on the Republican presidential nominating process this year: 'He is not only idle who does nothing, but he is idle who might be better employed.'”

Tom Hoefling, April 21, 2012

 
 
 
 
"In selecting men for office, let principle be your guide. Regard not the particular sect or denomination of the candidate -- look to his character..."

-- Noah Webster, Letters to a Young Gentleman Commencing His Education, 1789