I really hate to say it, but I honestly think it will be Romney. Aside from Iowa, he's been the clear front runner.
At this point it appears to be Romney. Not sure who can take it from him now. If he goes 3 for 3 in South Carolina, it is very unlikely he will lose the nomination.
It's not like some skeleton is going to come out of the closest and hurt Romney's primary effort. Everything is pretty much known about him, expect for his taxes, which he refuses to release.
Romney. It was always going to be Romney. But by the time the Republicans are done, he is absolutely going to be unelectable.
The Democrats went through much the same last time, but theirs was historic: a woman or a Black man for the first time. Another old, white man is hardly worth fighting over.
I agree with Kathleen that Romney was always going to be the choice. Everyone else was just thrown in to make the primaries interesting.
I think Kathleen Cochran has called it. It will be Romney but he will likely be unelectable. So Obama will win again and will have another 4 years of__________fill in the blank.
by FOOFOO GUY 6 years ago
Do you agree that Michelle Bachman should be the Republican Nominee?So that the Democrats that trash them soundly in what may be the proverbial ''mother of all battles''.
by ptosis 6 years ago
Are the Republican presidential candidates farcically unelectable?As if by some machiavellian political ploy, Republican-posers had funded the most unelectable Republican hopefuls in order that Obama wins by default in 2012?
by phion 5 years ago
The title is misleading, because I have no answer as to why he does. Can those of you who plan to vote, or voted for Obama the first time give some valid reasons?
by Demas W Jasper 5 years ago
If the Election 2012 campaiging ended today, would you even vote (presuming you could)?There are so many issues neither candidate for the presidency has even addresses, I'm afraid I couldn't vote with confidence at this point in the campaign. Defense, Debt, Jobs, Housing, Pipeline, Banks, Tax...
by Philip Cooper 3 years ago
Do you think Hilary Clinton will become the Democratic nomination in 2016?
by Jed Fisher 6 years ago
Ron Paul supporters tend to be young. This is because what Paul believes matches what students learned in Government class. It’s that simple.Opponents of Paul have only one argument against him; they say he’s unelectable but can’t say why.
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