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Michael Reagan Asks: Who in the GOP Race Should Step Aside?
Michael Reagan Show ^ | 2/6/08 | Self

Posted on 02/06/2008 4:28:30 PM PST by RadioCirca1970

Mike Reagan on his show is soliciting opinions from the base: who should step aside: Romney? Huckabee? McCain?

Call in and tell Mike--you deserve to be heard.

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TOPICS: Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: huckabee; mccain; reagan; romney; supertuesday; talkradio
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To: CindyDawg

Just as the many Christians who voted for Jimmy Carter simply because he was a professing Christian, now voting for Huckabee gives us another liberal: McCain. Huckabee knows it too.

And if McCain is elected President, just wait until he appoints more David Souters. Warren Rudman, the one who gave us Souter, isn’t McCain’s advisor for nothing.

“Beware of politicians and their religious rhetoric.” (Gary DeMar)


61 posted on 02/06/2008 5:27:51 PM PST by tabsternager
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To: CounterCounterCulture

I’ll see ya all in 2008, I’m skipping out of this one.


62 posted on 02/06/2008 5:34:19 PM PST by reefdiver (The sheriff of Nottingham collected taxes on behalf of the common good)
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To: 668 - Neighbor of the Beast

Mike Reagan for 2012 (or earlier).

And no, I am not in La La land.

Excellent idea.

He carries the Reagan name and is a conservative. We want another Reagan don’t we?

I love the idea. I love that Mike.

I am serious. That is an excellent idea!!!

I had not thought about it.

Mike Reagan for president!!!


63 posted on 02/06/2008 5:40:56 PM PST by Gatún(CraigIsaMangoTreeLawyer)
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To: RadioCirca1970
Mike Reagan on his show is soliciting opinions from the base: who should step aside: Romney? Huckabee? McCain?


64 posted on 02/06/2008 5:42:43 PM PST by SkyPilot
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To: CindyDawg

All it’s going to take is a SINGLE “senior moment” during a debate or speech and that will be the end of his candidacy. The MSM will frame their incessant reporting of it as being out of concern for his health (etc. etc.) but it will be front page news for weeks.


65 posted on 02/06/2008 5:49:32 PM PST by Tirian
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To: Jeff Head

MCCAIN and huck have been so nasty to Mitt from the getgo, i can’t image anyone making up.
I think they should send mccain for a complete physical and make sure he doesn’t have cancer cells, those melanomas can metastasize for a long time. ugly of me, i am sorry.


66 posted on 02/06/2008 6:01:08 PM PST by libbylu (Ann and I will be campaigning for Hill.)
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To: Tirian

I think they will keep their cards close until after the nomination.


67 posted on 02/06/2008 6:06:08 PM PST by CindyDawg
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To: libbylu
You could be right because I don't think they are too happy with “Mr. Perfect” either. That said, making him do something not required of the others is discriminating, and why we have VPs. As long as a person can do the job, his age, and health should not be an issue.
68 posted on 02/06/2008 6:11:28 PM PST by CindyDawg
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To: Red_Devil 232

I think mccain will be picking crist....the only good news would be if they won we would get rid of crist.....


69 posted on 02/06/2008 6:13:30 PM PST by libbylu (Ann and I will be campaigning for Hill.)
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To: tabsternager

Well finish...what’s your solution?:’)


70 posted on 02/06/2008 6:13:34 PM PST by CindyDawg
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To: Cicero
Huck and McCain have some kind of agreement. I don’t know if McCain will honor that agreement once he has what he wants, but clearly Huck will stay in the race just to deny Romney the chance.

One hopes Huckaboob doesn't feel betrayed, when he's stabbed in the back by a man who callously turned his back on his first wife, routinely lies to members of his own party, works to undermine the 1st amendment and colludes with Teddy Kennedy to give away rights and priveleges that AMerican citizens don't enjoy.

71 posted on 02/06/2008 6:13:34 PM PST by E. Cartman (Huckabubba will never be president.)
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To: Cicero
Huck and McCain have some kind of agreement. I don’t know if McCain will honor that agreement once he has what he wants, but clearly Huck will stay in the race just to deny Romney the chance.

One hopes Huckaboob doesn't feel betrayed, when he's stabbed in the back by a man who callously turned his back on his first wife, routinely lies to members of his own party, works to undermine the 1st amendment and colludes with Teddy Kennedy to give away rights and priveleges that AMerican citizens don't enjoy.

72 posted on 02/06/2008 6:13:43 PM PST by E. Cartman (Huckabubba will never be president.)
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To: Jeff Head
Huckabee may think he will be McCain's VP, but I do not believe McCain will do so.

I agree. I think he's more likely to choose someone like Christine Todd Whitman.

73 posted on 02/06/2008 6:14:59 PM PST by buccaneer81 (Bob Taft has soiled the family name for the next century.)
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To: CindyDawg

God can, and has throughout history, use nonbelievers to do the right thing. Lincoln was not a Christian until shortly before he died, for example.

I believe God’s will is to vote for the person who will do the right thing and who’s got at least a chance to win. Huckabee has had no shot of winning since Florida, and he knows it. Why he stays in to help McCain should make any Christian wonder about him.

Romney’s the only conservative who has had any chance to defeat McCain, though a rather slim one now. But I think many Christians wouldn’t vote for him because he’s Mormon, even though the nation’s founders said there should be no religious test.

It’s the issues that are important. Romney said he would appoint conservative justices. But because of McCain-Feingold, Rudman, and McCain’s comment that Alito is too conservative, I think it’s a much safer bet that McCain would not.


74 posted on 02/06/2008 7:39:11 PM PST by tabsternager
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To: tabsternager

Yeah I know . Mr. Perfect, says... I’m sorry but I would prefer to go by what Mr. Perfect does. Don’t turn this into a religious issue. There has been bashing on both sides. How about if we just stick to issues?


75 posted on 02/06/2008 7:44:55 PM PST by CindyDawg
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To: Jeff Head
Huckabee may think he will be McCain's VP, but I do not believe McCain will do so.

Lindsey Grahmnesty?

Regards

76 posted on 02/06/2008 8:15:26 PM PST by ARE SOLE (Agents Ramos and Campean are in prison at this very moment.. (A "Concerned Citizen".)
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To: ARE SOLE

Perhaps. But I believe Liberman is even more likely. That would be like McCain. Maverick, reaching across the aisle and all.


77 posted on 02/06/2008 8:17:25 PM PST by Jeff Head (Freedom is not free...never has been, never will be. (www.dragonsfuryseries.com))
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To: Jeff Head

A friend just gave me an idea. We need to have a none of the above choice and if none of the above wins then the ones running would be eliminated and we could start over.


78 posted on 02/06/2008 9:01:42 PM PST by CindyDawg
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Jeeze, this sounds like Survivor...and all of the folks are jumping right in to play along. Creating alliances, and backstabbing.

Does it occur to anyone that we are ALL being manipulated.

This crap makes the Matrix seem plausible.


79 posted on 02/06/2008 9:06:21 PM PST by Vermont Lt (I am not from Vermont. I lived there for four years and that was enough.)
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To: Vermont Lt

I’ve thought that all week. All they need is a deserted island:’)


80 posted on 02/06/2008 9:52:09 PM PST by CindyDawg
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