A vote for any­one but Rom­ney aids Obama

The Washington Times Daily - - Opinion -

The Dis­trict of Columbia’s Re­pub­li­can pres­i­den­tial pri­mary on April 3 will get na­tional at­ten­tion, but the city’s Repub­li­cans will only ben­e­fit if their nom­i­nee ac­tu­ally be­comes pres­i­dent.

This Novem­ber, all Repub­li­cans must have a sin­gle, uni­fy­ing goal of get­ting rid of the dis­as­ter that is Pres­i­dent Obama. Re­gard­less of a voter’s per­sonal likes, dis­likes, pref­er­ences, prej­u­dices, ide­ol­ogy or any other fac­tors, each voter should vote for the one who has the best chance of de­feat­ing Mr. Obama.

Mitt Rom­ney is our best hope for purg­ing Amer­ica of the cur­rent ad­min­is­tra­tion. A Washington vote for Mr. Rom­ney is a vote for a win­ner. Any other vote will be wasted on a loser who will re­duce our mo­men­tum for re­mov­ing Mr. Obama from the White House.

Con­tin­ued Re­pub­li­can di­vi­sion just makes Mr. Obama smile. Be­ing an­gry is not enough; we must unite in or­der to win. J. CLEMENT BUR­DICK III Ed­mond, Okla.

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