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SOUTH CAROLINA LATEST POLL: Gingrich 40%, Romney 26% (ARG Poll)
gretawire.foxnewsinsider.com ^ | 1/21/2012 | Greta Van Susteren

Posted on 01/21/2012 8:46:55 AM PST by TBBT

Below is from my FNC colleague Serafin Gomez

—- Subject: SC Final: Gingrich 40%, Romney 26%

Newt Gingrich leads the South Carolina Republican presidential primary with 40% and is followed by Mitt Romney with 26%, Ron Paul with 18%, and Rick Santorum with 13%.

Gingrich has gained 7 percentage points since the survey conducted January 17-18 and Romney has lost 6 percentage points since that survey.

Gingrich leads Romney 47% to 24% among self-identified Republicans, followed by Paul and Santorum with 14% each. Paul leads among independents and Democrats with 33%, followed by Romney with 31%, Gingrich with 18%, and Santorum with 10%.

Gingrich leads among those likely primary voters saying they are supporters of the Tea Party with 48%, followed by Romney with 19%, Santorum with 16%, and Paul with 14%. Gingrich leads with 33% among those saying they are not supporters of the Tea Party or are undecided about the Tea Party, followed by Romney with 31%, and Paul with 22%.

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To: Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!

Palin as Secretary of Interior


101 posted on 01/21/2012 10:05:32 AM PST by airborne (Paratroopers! Good to the last drop!)
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To: Grunthor

Looks like one gigantic BACKLASH! to me. People arent stupid - and I think FINALLY we have become sick and damned tired of the press dictating to us what we should or should not be outraged about.

The media really overplayed its hand and set up a perfect scenario for Newt to shove it up their rears and roll to victory.

It’ll be interesting how this all plays out over the coming weeks. Ive been rooting for Newt for several months now - but I am fully aware he is only once hairbrained statement from pissing me off - but honestly, part of why im pulling for him is that I KNOW him - warts and all. He is what he is - for better or worse and he is clearly comfortable in his own skin. He may totally piss me off sometiimes - but he is a fearless warrior and very skilled in pushing back his foes with straight forward, ripping argument that strips them bear.

I find myself agreeing with Palin... for now - it is good that the vetting continue - the battle is making them all stronger.


102 posted on 01/21/2012 10:06:05 AM PST by shutterspeed
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To: okie01
My dad had a crazy aunt who was committed to a santorum once.;-)

Santorum is toast...just not as toasty as Mitt.

103 posted on 01/21/2012 10:06:55 AM PST by RoosterRedux (Newt: "Why vote for the guy who lost to the guy who lost to Obama?")
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To: TBBT
Paul leads among independents and Democrats

Sure will be glad when we get to the closed primaries. He's going to get a few delegates at the Republican convention due to the votes of Democrats and other non-Republicans.

104 posted on 01/21/2012 10:09:26 AM PST by Republican Wildcat
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To: KansasGirl
If Paul is funded by Soros, a 3rd term run by him is almost a certainty.

Who would that hurt most. Newt or Obama.

105 posted on 01/21/2012 10:09:37 AM PST by Donald Rumsfeld Fan (EWT OR oBAMA??)
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To: Homer_J_Simpson

>>Is this an open primary? Otherwise, who cares what rats and indys think.<<

Yes, as a matter of fact, it is an open primary, which is the reason that Ron Paul might actually close the gap with Romney if Romney fades fast enough.

I don’t know why the Republican Party awards any delegates at all to states that allow open primaries. It’s an insane way to choose a candidate, i.e., letting the opposing party’s voters have a say in the process. Just plain stupid, but we have the same system here in Wisconsin too. Just show up at the polls, ask for whichever ballot you want (GOP or DEM) and have at it. Stupid system, but I’m not sure how you stop it, Maybe by just penalizing the states by cutting their delegates significantly, like they did for the ones that scheduled too early this year.


106 posted on 01/21/2012 10:09:55 AM PST by Norseman (Defund the Left-Completely!)
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To: airborne

Rudy as AG.


107 posted on 01/21/2012 10:12:13 AM PST by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!
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To: TBBT
Newt has topped 90% chance of victory at Intrade.com.
108 posted on 01/21/2012 10:14:26 AM PST by RoosterRedux (Newt: "Why vote for the guy who lost to the guy who lost to Obama?")
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To: Donald Rumsfeld Fan

O B A M A. I wonder how all those Hollywood progressives like Demi Moore think of Obama?Think they will make commercials for him?The yes we can crap is so over and hitleresque.


109 posted on 01/21/2012 10:14:46 AM PST by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!
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To: Truth is a Weapon

Yes especially if disenfranchised conservatives vote for Roach Paul as a protest vote.


110 posted on 01/21/2012 10:15:33 AM PST by DarthVader (That which supports Boroach Obuggery must be sterilized and there are NO exceptions!)
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To: duckman

You can always forget about a “brokered convention.”

Here’s the facts on brokered conventions: They’re the stuff of wet dreams for journalists. EVERY presidential election since the early 70’s, they like to trot out the possibility of a brokered convention for one of the parties, usually the party not currently holding the presidency.

There isn’t going to be a brokered convention with the way the primary system is now set up. The last DNC brokered convention was in ‘48. For the GOP it was ‘52. The last POTUS elected coming out of a brokered convention was FDR in ‘32, and this is why journalists, left-wing dispensers of mental masturbation, keep the fantasy alive. They’re hoping for another FDR to emerge from the convention.

It ain’t gonna happen now. Period, end of discussion. The monetary requirements to run for POTUS are now so large that there can’t be a multi-way split of delegates to candidates who ran all of the primaries and received
enough delegates to engage in horse-trading at the convention.

Any time you read some journalist or blogger flapping their gums about “brokered conventions,” just ignore them. They’re fantasizing.


111 posted on 01/21/2012 10:16:24 AM PST by NVDave
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To: Pride in the USA
This is shaping up to be a GREAT day! So mote it be!

Thanks for the ping :-)

I've got Fox News on, and a lot of the commentators look positively green from throwing up on their shoes. LOL!

112 posted on 01/21/2012 10:16:40 AM PST by lonevoice (Klepto Baracka Marxo, impeach we much.)
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To: CitizenReporter

CitizenReporter wrote:
“This is about winning an election, not debates. FYI, if we nominate Newt, we can never talk about family values or the sanctity of marriage again.”

Lame.

So, if you toked in college, you now cannot tell your children that smoking dope is wrong? How very Clintonian is your logic ... and maybe your politics?


113 posted on 01/21/2012 10:16:49 AM PST by Belteshazzar (We are not justified by our works but by faith - De Jacob et vita beata 2 +Ambrose of Milan)
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To: TBBT

114 posted on 01/21/2012 10:16:49 AM PST by RoosterRedux (Newt: "Why vote for the guy who lost to the guy who lost to Obama?")
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To: TBBT
game on
115 posted on 01/21/2012 10:17:07 AM PST by Donald Rumsfeld Fan (EWT OR oBAMA??)
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To: Wyoming Cowboy
But hopefully none of 'em will have a clear-cut majority going into the convention, so that delegates will feel free to throw their support behind someone else entirely.

Won't happen. In fact, Obama has already won reelection, because none of the GOP candidates left standing can beat him. All the rest is just mildly entertaining soap opera between now an November.

Worst field of GOP candidates in my lifetime, maybe ever.

116 posted on 01/21/2012 10:17:37 AM PST by Wolfstar ('The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.' Theodore Roosevelt)
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To: Wyoming Cowboy

Oh, I’m sure they are. I’m sure they’re so despondent that they’re doing truly irrational things to themselves.

Which makes me giddy for today....


117 posted on 01/21/2012 10:17:48 AM PST by NVDave
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To: Belteshazzar

Republican politicians have never been paragons of virtue in their private lives.


118 posted on 01/21/2012 10:18:15 AM PST by dfwgator (Don't wake up in a roadside ditch. Get rid of Romney.)
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To: Pride in the USA; Stillwaters
This is my favorite part:

"Among women, Gingrich leads Romney 42% to 26%"

The media and establishment GOP meme is falling apart in front of their eyes. LOL!

119 posted on 01/21/2012 10:19:51 AM PST by lonevoice (Klepto Baracka Marxo, impeach we much.)
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To: TBBT

Bless you, Marianne!


120 posted on 01/21/2012 10:22:49 AM PST by BearArms (Newtron Boom!)
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To: xzins

POST OF THE DAY!!!


121 posted on 01/21/2012 10:24:46 AM PST by GOPsterinMA (Farewell sweet Rick, we barely knew ye...)
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To: Norseman
Yes, as a matter of fact, it is an open primary, which is the reason that Ron Paul might actually close the gap with Romney if Romney fades fast enough.

I didn't know that. I assumed it was closed, based on the more conservative polling trend compared to New Hampshire. That tells you something about the different overall mind-set in S.C.

It’s an insane way to choose a candidate, i.e., letting the opposing party’s voters have a say in the process.

Completely agree. It must be what happens when "moderates" are allowed to set policy.

122 posted on 01/21/2012 10:26:00 AM PST by Homer_J_Simpson ("Every nation has the government that it deserves." - Joseph de Maistre (1753-1821))
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To: Utmost Certainty

A new attack from Rommey today was on Newt to release info on Freddie Mac. It appears that will be Romney’s new attack.

Kind of like a liberal would attack...


123 posted on 01/21/2012 10:28:02 AM PST by rwfromkansas ("Carve your name on hearts, not marble." - C.H. Spurgeon)
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To: CitizenReporter
America will feel the pain when Obama beats Newt. No way Newt beats Obama.

Newt is already beating 0bama.

Beating Romney is the same thing, and Romney doesn't have record unemployment, record number of folks on food stamps, record high gas prices, record loss of home values, and record number of failed policies against him like 0bama does.

124 posted on 01/21/2012 10:28:11 AM PST by N. Theknow (Kennedys=Can't drive, can't ski, can't fly, can't skipper a boat, but they know what's best for you.)
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To: Donald Rumsfeld Fan

‘no Romney tax returns stupid’ will be the historical slogan.Romney went down in the polls when it was reported he has accounts overseas.Watch for Rove or some idiot to say Romney will release them but it is too late.The MSM can dig up an old as dirt Esquire article to try to smear Gingrich but they let Obama pass on his college records.The media and Obama machine lost they’re alinsky touch it no longer works.


125 posted on 01/21/2012 10:30:18 AM PST by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!
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To: TBBT

Go, Newt!!


126 posted on 01/21/2012 10:31:10 AM PST by Jim Robinson (Rebellion is brewing!! Impeach the corrupt Marxist bastard!!)
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To: CitizenReporter
How is it conservative to vote for a three times married man who supported cap and trade, profited from Fannie/Freddie, and is pro amnesty?

Because he's our prodigal son.

127 posted on 01/21/2012 10:31:30 AM PST by Donald Rumsfeld Fan (EWT OR oBAMA??)
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To: Donald Rumsfeld Fan

>>If Paul is funded by Soros, a 3rd term run by him is almost a certainty.<<

>>Who would that hurt most. Newt or Obama?<<

I personally think Gingrich is the one GOP candidate who could co-opt Paul’s message, and in the process possibly pick up a ton of young voters who might otherwise vote for Obama, or, more likely, just stay home.

There is a strong current of “Get the Government Off Our Backs” among the young right now, partly due to government threats to the internet, but mostly due to Obama’s failure to ease up on the marijuana laws. In fact, he could be accused of enforcing them more strictly.

Gingrich would have not trouble convincing those young voters that he’s for limited government, but where I think he could really make inroads on Paul’s vote would be if he seriously addressed the implications of legalizing marijuana. And I think Gingrich is the only GOP candidate that could get away with doing this. They wouldn’t believe Romney, and Santorum would never even consider it I suspect, but with Gingrich’s reputation for venturing into uncharted waters, he could get away with raising the issue.

And personally, I’d like to see him do it. It would be another “Nixon goes to China” moment for the GOP, and could lock up young voters for a generation, if handled correctly.

Thoughts, anyone?


128 posted on 01/21/2012 10:33:27 AM PST by Norseman (Defund the Left-Completely!)
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To: TBBT

Of course now the MSM is trotting out the “well does SC vote really matter that much” line. Now that got Bill Clinton into a little hot water last time. If I understand this all the next battle is Florida and that will really be big for Romney depending on how he does tonight. It will be interesting if Rubio makes an endorsement for that.


129 posted on 01/21/2012 10:41:28 AM PST by fkabuckeyesrule (Lets institute SARAH-ia law in America!)
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To: rogue yam
Once Rick Santorum drops out of the race (which should probably happen Monday) it might be time for you to stop trashing Newt here on FR.

Do we have to start pretending that Newt isn't a big government conservative?

130 posted on 01/21/2012 10:43:36 AM PST by Tramonto (Draft Palin)
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To: eCSMaster

Sorry, santorum doesn’t score any points. His problem is he believed the press.

That job is for PERRY! That is, if he wants it. Patriotism gets rewarded!


131 posted on 01/21/2012 10:44:07 AM PST by presently no screen name
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To: Norseman
Anyone who's actually paid attention to and read Newt's proposals, would see he's very much for limited government in many of the same ways Paul is—just without the insane foreign policy that Paul has, etc.

Just recently Newt's been talking about how he would pursue efforts to return the US to a hard money, gold-based standard. :) Something that might be worth passing on to any Paulbots you might know.

FWIW, I'm Libertarian and I'm quite fond of Newt's ideas and positions. So I can definitely vouch that there is traction for co-opting (sane) Libertarians over to Newt's column.
132 posted on 01/21/2012 10:44:54 AM PST by Utmost Certainty (Our Enemy, the State | Gingrich 2012)
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To: tsowellfan

Mittens looks a little uneasy in that photo!


133 posted on 01/21/2012 10:46:30 AM PST by erod (I've had enough hope for 4 years, it's time for a change.)
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To: CitizenReporter
"This is about winning an election, not debates. FYI, if we nominate Newt, we can never talk about family values or the sanctity of marriage again."

Oh really? Since Newt is quite open to talking about it and has indicated he made mistakes in his earlier life. And since he has asked for forgiveness (to a Catholic it means went to confession, did his penitents and received absolution). His wife and family have accepted him and a goodly percentage of America has done the same, why can't we talk about it?

134 posted on 01/21/2012 10:51:55 AM PST by Flint
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To: CitizenReporter

Nice to know your opinion.

I’ll try to remember it two minutes from now.


135 posted on 01/21/2012 10:51:59 AM PST by Berlin_Freeper (NEWT GINGRICH 2012)
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To: Utmost Certainty

>>FWIW, I’m Libertarian and I’m quite fond of Newt’s ideas and positions. So I can definitely vouch that there is traction for co-opting (sane) Libertarians over to Newt’s column.<<

Interesting. Thanks for the perspective. And what do you think would happen if Gingrich opened marijuana legalization up as a topic for discussion?

I have some very conservative friends, many of whom have used pot at least a few times in their lives, and most of them are of the opinion that our marijuana laws are draconian, though they do worry about the impact on usage of harder drugs if it were legalized.


136 posted on 01/21/2012 10:54:09 AM PST by Norseman (Defund the Left-Completely!)
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To: Paddy Irish

Yes, because Reagan blazed the path-and shows that Conservatives can and will win when we run on ideas (leftists’ ideas are bankrupt and wrong)!! God Bless, J.S.


137 posted on 01/21/2012 10:56:16 AM PST by JSDude1
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To: CitizenReporter
America will feel the pain when Obama beats Newt. No way Newt beats Obama.

So we should pack it up and just give it away?

With that type of thinking we might as well not play the Super Bowl either. Because we all know the Patriots will win.

138 posted on 01/21/2012 10:58:05 AM PST by unixfox (Abolish Slavery, Repeal The 16th Amendment!)
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To: CitizenReporter

How so? Obama is deeply disliked and untrusted by Democrats.


139 posted on 01/21/2012 10:59:17 AM PST by SatinDoll (NO FOREIGN NATIONALS AS OUR PRESIDENT!)
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To: dfwgator

You’re right of course. Which politicians ever have been paragons of virtue?

Except, of course, Adolf Hitler. He loved animals, and so wouldn’t eat them. He was a vegetarian. He was a teetotaler. He not only didn’t smoke, but wouldn’t allow smoking in his presence or residences or workspaces. He was so virtuous he had no woman, but gave himself wholly to his nation. He strongly disapproved of sexual hijinks on the part of his associates, and favored marriage for them. When approached by his propaganda minister, Josef Goebbels, for his permission to divorce his wife, Magda, Hitler refused, and compelled Goebbels to remain married to her (she, sweetheart that she was, later murdered her six children in the Fuehrerbunker before dear Josef, with her permission, shot her and then himself).

Other than his little foibles of genocide and inciting a world war, Hitler was a real nice guy, right?

One could go on and on. Virtue is good, real virtue. But observable morals and real virtue are not quite the same thing, connected to be sure, but not the same thing. And everyone falls short of real virtue.

Best to look at it this way: would the American people rather cede leadership to a political party that approves of a steadily downward trending degeneracy (the modern day democrat party) or a party that upholds what we all know in our conscience to be right while at the same time having some of its leaders exposed as cheats and hypocrites from time to time? And on this score it should be remembered, as Rush points out, immoral behavior is a resume enhancement in the democrat party, whereas the Republicans have a way of punishing their own for such misbehavior. But they also have a way of recognizing when wrongdoing is admitted openly, forgiveness asked, and better behavior follows.

The old saying goes: “Hypocrisy is the deference vice pays to virtue.”

Newt is a flawed conservative. But he is most surely a conservative. He is deeply knowledgeable about the U.S. and its history and governance. And he fights ... even against long odds. Therefore, in my view, he is the best available candidate to take on the Obama slime and deception machine. That machine will eat Mitt or Rick.


140 posted on 01/21/2012 11:00:52 AM PST by Belteshazzar (We are not justified by our works but by faith - De Jacob et vita beata 2 +Ambrose of Milan)
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To: rwfromkansas

Problem for Romney, This has already been vetted. So if THAT is all he has.. he is in REAL Trouble.

He has a lot of new stuff on his history that is going to really hurt him. Plus he loses in the debates. Doesn’t look good for Romney.


141 posted on 01/21/2012 11:01:16 AM PST by ConfidentConservative (If my people shall humble themselves and pray,I will hear from Heaven and heal their land.)
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To: Berlin_Freeper

Nicely done.


142 posted on 01/21/2012 11:03:07 AM PST by Belteshazzar (We are not justified by our works but by faith - De Jacob et vita beata 2 +Ambrose of Milan)
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To: CitizenReporter

What do you think obama has going for himself that he will defeat Newt?


143 posted on 01/21/2012 11:03:37 AM PST by presently no screen name
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To: Grunthor; TBBT; Hoodat
“Among women, Gingrich leads Romney 42% to 26%, followed by Paul with 16%, and Santorum with 13%.” CANNOT BE SHOUTED FROM ENOUGH ROOFTOPS!

I thought per Hoodat that was not possible? Very confusing! I thought women HATED Newt? /sarcasm.

I guess someone was wrong lol.

Go Newt!

144 posted on 01/21/2012 11:04:04 AM PST by spetznaz (Nuclear-tipped Ballistic Missiles: The Ultimate Phallic Symbol)
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To: CitizenReporter

There isn’t a single canidate that will give us that. Newt is tainted, and Rick’s wife is almost as bad.

IF we assume both have repented, and changed their ways, so be it. I am inclined to believe them. But it is a lot of ammo to hand the other side out of the gate.


145 posted on 01/21/2012 11:05:03 AM PST by redgolum ("God is dead" -- Nietzsche. "Nietzsche is dead" -- God.)
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To: presently no screen name
"What do you think obama has going for himself that he will defeat Newt?"

Why, no baggage, of course....hahahahahahaha!

146 posted on 01/21/2012 11:06:26 AM PST by cookcounty (Newt 2012: ---> Because he got it DONE.)
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To: GOPsterinMA

Wouldn’t it be neat to elect as a county as an elector the person in your county that you consider to be Presidential material?

Imagine all those “presidential” men gathering in your state and selecting to go forward the “most presidential” among them.

And then imagine those 50 presidential men conferring and selecting among themselves the most presidential to be the nominee.

I can honestly see a George Washington being elevated from such a process...that I’ve loosely designed around the original process.

Wouldn’t it be neat to decide as a county what makes a person “presidential” material?


147 posted on 01/21/2012 11:08:18 AM PST by xzins (Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Pray Continued Victory for our Troops Still in Afghan!)
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To: xzins

I love your ideas!!!

The current system quite honestly sucks.


148 posted on 01/21/2012 11:11:46 AM PST by GOPsterinMA (Farewell sweet Rick, we barely knew ye...)
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To: TBBT
Paul leads among independents and Democrats with 33%, followed by Romney with 31%

We need Rupaul to stay in. He is costing Milt liberal votes in open primary states.

149 posted on 01/21/2012 11:12:18 AM PST by rhinohunter (Not voting for RINO Romney...no way...no how)
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To: CitizenReporter
How is it conservative to

What would you know about conservatism, newbie? So far, from your posts, you rate "0". So you must be a mittbot or a barrybacker.
150 posted on 01/21/2012 11:17:10 AM PST by presently no screen name
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