An obvious choice can be unnerving. When the apparent perfection of one option or the unspeakable awfulness of another makes a decision seem too easy, it is human nature to become suspicious.
This instinct intensifies as the stakes of the given choice are raised. American voters know no greater responsibility to their country and to the world than to select their president wisely. While we do not yet know who the Democrat and Republican nominees will be, any combination of the leading candidates from either party will make for the most obvious choice put to American voters in a generation. To wit, none of the Democrats has any business being president.
The problem is, however, that the Republicans now have a front-runner in John McCain that is more like a Democrat than a Republican. His stances on issues such as the 1st Amendment (McCain-Feingold), 2nd Amendment (various anti-gun votes), illegal immigration (to include amnesty and Social Security benefits for illegals), and a pattern of raising taxes or voting against tax cuts (ref: Americans for Tax Reform) are counter to the preservation of liberty, which is what this website is all about.
Therefore, with the withdrawl of Fred Thompson from the race, to preserve our liberties we must encourage primary voters to vote for Mitt Romney. If Mitt does not win the Republican nomination, we all stand to suffer a loss of liberty, regardless if it’s an (R) or a (D) that get’s elected.