If a socially conservative politician got the republican nomination, but was an open communist. Would republicans vote for him.?

This is just a hypothetical, so no hate please.

4 Answers

  • zeno
    Lv 6
    4 weeks ago

    Maybe they voted for Paul Ryan and John McCain and other socialist RINO's. I wish elections

    Outlined facts about each persons ideology running for office a year before the election so we

    Would stop voting for secret Marxists like barrack Obama. The media kept that completely

    Secret and millions of naive dim wits voted

    Themselves into financial suicide as his policies

    Took away their full time jobs and their health

    Care and shut down thousands of companies

    Leaving lots of cities near bankruptcy. These

    Are just the FACTS. No hate involved.

  • 4 weeks ago

    There's an old saying: "During elections liberals fall in love while conservatives fall in line."

    This reflects the reality that Democrats are usually passionate supporters of their favorite candidate, but if that person doesn't get the DNC nomination they won't vote at all. Republicans, however,  will ultimately vote for the RNC nominee even if it's not their favorite person.

    Based on this logic I think Republicans would vote for anybody who got the RNC nomination over anybody who got the DNC nomination. 

  • Henry
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago

    An open communist wouldn't get republican votes.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Who is the hypothetical Democratic alternative?  If they are even worse, then probably not.

    The GOP isn't like the D's.  It's more ideologically fragmented.  There are social conservatives, neocons, libertarians, and others.  So the best I can say is some would, but most probably would not.

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