Why America’s Leading Libertarian endorses Mitt Romney

by Wayne Allyn Root, Root For America

Before I introduce myself and tell you about the most important decision of my political life, let me first cut to the chase. If Obama is re-elected on November 6th, America and capitalism both face grave danger. We may never recover from another 4 years of Barack Obama.

As Obama’s college classmate at Columbia University, I’ve reported for 4 years now on his plan to overwhelm the U.S. economy and wipe out capitalism. It’s based on the strategy of two Columbia University professors Cloward and Piven. Obama is following it to perfection. But he has only just begun. He’s actually tried to be reasonable for his first four years- because his goal was to be re-elected, so he could finish the job.

If Obama is re-elected on November 6th, you haven’t seen anything yet. His gloves will be off. He will be free to be his REAL radical self. Without ever having to face voters again, Obama will truly wreck this economy from sea to shining sea- just as Saul Alinsky, Cloward & Piven, Barack Obama Sr., Frank Marshall, Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, and a host of other radical, Marxist, American-haters taught him. [Read more …]

1 thought on “Why America’s Leading Libertarian endorses Mitt Romney”

  1. frederick J. Hammel

    I am all for Governor Romney being President of the United States, but I wish people would read Article Two of the Constitution , the President has very little power, he is not allow to right laws, he is not allow to spend our money, he is not a KING, and in my opinion he is not the Commander and Chief, not until congress declares War. Read Article One , only Congress can declare war, Article Two, The president becomes Commander And Chief only when the military is called to actual DUTY, and only Congress can call the military to actual duty.

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