roadbikeRob saidEven though I strongly disagree with the current positions of most of these state GOP organizations, I am not going to base my vote solely on this gay marriage issue. Economic issues are more important at this time.
If economic issues are important to you, then have you actually taken a good look at the economic policies proposed and supported by Republicans.
Have you any idea of the Paul Ryan budget plan and how the Congressional Budget Office assessed it?
Is it fiscally conservative to pass legislation in the House over 40 times repealing the ban of the Affordable Care Act, despite the very real situation the repeal would not pass in the Senate, and that President Obama would veto the repeal?
Is it fiscally conservative to shut down the government, costing the nation billions?
Is it fiscally conservative to shut down women's health clinics to rid your state of abortion, even though it increases the likelihood of women (and it has started happening) putting their health at risk by seeking alternatives. These alternatives land them in the hospital. Since they are likely poor and have no insurance, guess who's paying for this? You the taxpayer.
Is it fiscally conservative to increase the Pentagon's budget by billions (as Mitt Romney proposed), despite the Pentagon saying that was not necessary?