Keeping priorities straight
I want to make it clear that even as I am posting very critical material on Romney, Gingrich, and other Republican candidates, that does not necessarily mean that I would not vote for them if they were the nominee.
The transcendent issue in this election, on which the survival of American liberty depends, is the repeal of Obamacare. My long-time position (which could change depending on new facts and circumstances) is that I will vote for any Republican nominee who seems to be genuinely committed to repealing Obamacare. If Romney or even the thrice-married Gingrich were the nominee, and if I believed that he was committed to repealing Obamacare, then I would vote for him, even if I believed that as president he also would push for amnesty (which I already believe is the case with regard to both Romney and Gingrich). We had a Republican open-borders fanatic in the White House in 2006 and 2007, and we twice stopped him from passing amnesty, and we can do it again.