How Conservative Candidates Can Give Us a RINO Nominee

While I certainly understand the frustration of those who complain of RINO primary rise, it's important to accept the reality of how it happens.  It is not, as some would say, a matter of the "Republican Party giving us another John McCain."  Nominees aren't appointed; they're elected.  It is not the result of a New World Order conspiracy bent on keeping the Ron Pauls of the world from power.  Voters may sometimes have chips on their shoulders; there are no controlling chips in their brains.  Of course, the media can and do shape public opinion, but they only truly sing in unison when their candidate (read: any Democrat) has his hide on the line during the general election.      To truly understand why a RINO (Republican in Name Only) will likely win the nomination, we only have to consider the following poll numbers: Mitt Romney, 25 percent; Rick Perry, 16; Herman Cain, 16; Ron Paul, 11; Newt Gingrich, 7; and Michele Bachmann, 7....(Read Full Article)