So here's a dilemma that my brain keeps coming back to:
I really dislike Obama and think his administration has ****** things up royally. Four more years of an Obama administration will be really bad for America.
But I'm not big on Romney, either. He just doesn't give me the warm fuzzies that I would like to have for who I vote for for President. I don't find him to be a great answer to America's current ills either.
My fear is that IF Romney is elected, when 2016 rolls around, there's a good possibility that he's a one-term President. Since it's usually pretty much assured that a sitting President will seek a second term and get the virtually uncontested nomination from his party, a one-term Romney means that the Democrats take back the White House in 2016. Quite possibly until 2024, depending on who gets the Democratic nod (my early guess is Hillary, as I can't see Biden getting nominated because he's too much of a jackass).
So my question is this: as disasterous as another four years of Obama might be, thinking long-term (2016 and beyond), would a Romney victory have more negative consequences as outlined above?