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  • Romney Leads GOP Presidential Field in CA (Palin 3rd)

    06/20/2011 10:55:24 AM PDT · by newzjunkey · 25 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | June 20, 2011 | Caitlin Huey-Burns
    Mitt Romney holds an eight-point lead over his Republican rivals for the White House in a survey of California voters released Monday by the Field Poll... Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani... second with 17 percent... Sarah Palin came in third... with 10 percent support. Fifty-four percent of registered California voters approve of President Obama's job performance (37 percent disapprove). Further, nearly half (49 percent) of voters there support his re-election bid...
  • Romney to Tea Party movement: No third party bids!

    06/07/2011 11:51:10 AM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 352 replies
    CNN ^ | 03/9/2010 | By: CNN Political Producer Peter Hamby
    Washington (CNN) - Mitt Romney has a message to Tea Party candidates nationwide: If you lose your Republican primary bids, stay on the sidelines. The former Massachusetts governor on Monday warned the grassroots movement not to mount third party efforts in general elections, which he said would siphon votes from Republican nominees. "If there is a conservative candidate that runs in the general election, then obviously, divide and fail is the result," Romney said in an interview with the conservative Web site Newsmax. "Hopefully Tea Party candidates will run in respective primaries and they will either win or lose. And...
  • Only Sarah Palin can Derail Mitt Romney [Interesting Tea Leaves]

    06/04/2011 10:32:13 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 58 replies
    Pollinsider ^ | June 3, 2011 | pollinsider
    Only Sarah Palin can Derail Mitt RomneyPosted: June 3, 2011 | Author: pollinsider | Filed under: General | 1 Comment »So, I may be about to get Dick Morris on you, but my official prediction is that Obama will be facing either Romney or Palin in 2012. If Palin does not end up running, Mitt Romney wins the nomination.First, if Sarah Palin does not run, Mitt Romney will be the nominee. I believe she will but, but of course many in the establishment see “no signs” that she is interested in such a race. Polling suggest that, surprisingly, Mitt Romney...
  • Its hard to win when your motto is Its my turn (Milt Romney the Bob Dole of '12?)

    05/22/2011 5:19:10 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 23 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | May 22, 2011 | Joseph Curl
    Once upon a time there was a president, wavering in popularity. He was deemed by some political pundits as highly beatable. He had just done his whole thing with health care, which left voters fuming, and two years before the presidential election, Republicans picked up a slew of seats in the House, taking control. But then, the Republican Party did the unthinkable: It gave the nomination to a guy because it was essentially his turn, and the candidate got shellacked by the incumbent Democratic president. That president was Bill Clinton; the Its His Turn candidate was Bob Dole; the year,...
  • Trump: "I'm much bigger than Romney"

    04/18/2011 2:16:07 PM PDT · by Michael van der Galien · 23 replies
    Right Across The Atlantic ^ | Michael van der Galien
    Donald Trump believes that hes fit to be president. Why, you ask? Because he knows so much about foreign policy or economics? Or perhaps because he has a lot of experience working in the public sector? No, because hes rich. Im a much bigger business man and have (a) much, much bigger net worth. I mean, my net worth is many, many, many times Mitt Romney, he said yesterday on CNNs State of the Nation. I built a very big net worth and Id like to put that ability to work for this country. He added that he doesnt...
  • Trump Knocks Obama, Calls Romney Small.

    04/17/2011 11:18:37 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 93 replies
    The Wall Street Journal's Washington Wire ^ | April 17, 2011 | Neil King Jr.
    To hear The Donald tell it, he totally trumps President Barack Obama as a messenger and far outweighs Mitt Romney as a businessman. Riding a surge in the polls recently, Donald Trump let loose on CNNs State of the Union on Sunday, blaming Mr. Obama for soaring oil prices and disparaging Mr. Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and his potential rival for the 2012 Republican nomination, as basically small business guy. Showing his usual flair for letting it rip, Mr. Trump said the U.S. had become a laughingstock throughout the world under Mr. Obama. Were he president, Mr. Trump said,...