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Who do you think will be the GOP nominee for 2012?
My personal thoughts is that Mitt Romney or Ron Paul will be it, I am a personal supporter of Ron Paul, but I believe Mitt Romney is where the smart money is placing their bets.
Ron Paul doesn't stand a chance. It will definitely be Romney, who can appeal to "moderate" voters. The rest of the contenders are staying in either for publicity or they don't get it.
by David Stillwell5 years ago
Who would be your third choice for presidential candidate for 2012?We have to two choices now...but if you could name anyone as the third choice... who would it be? Why? Would you replace one of the current candidates?...
by American View7 years ago
What do you think of this ticket:Huntsman/Bachmann 2012I really like this combonation, not sure it will happen. What tickets do you Like?
by steveamy6 years ago
If Republican/Libertarian Ron Paul changed his position on the legality/illegality of recreational drugs how much would his support drop? Or would it, his support, increase?
by mio cid5 years ago
After the election debacle some GOP politicians are positioning themselves as the new leaders of the party.Among them Chris Christie,Bobby Jindal,Jeb Bush,Mitch Daniels are willing to take on the tea partiers and the...
by jcoop6 years ago
Why does it seem like the GOP is ignoring Ron Paul?I'm not Republican and I only causally follow the race, but it seems like Ron Paul is the only candidate seeking to change the status quo, rather than just reversing...
by SparklingJewel6 years ago
Paul candidates know the rules, but are arrested for ithttp://ronpaulflix.com/2012/03/st-charl … r-17-2012/
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