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Perry gave up.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 … 32948.html
Santorum is next.
He's not the one I wanted to drop out. lol. I cannot STAND Newt! I'd def vote for Paul over Newt. At least Paul is a decent human being.
Don't think Obama will have much to worry about whoever it is. I like Ron Paul though. A good man.
Vote him in! Get your parents on board! Get your grandparents!
He's the only one on there who isn't a chicken, a hawk, and doesn't actually want to tell you how to live your life!
If you are a Republican, you don't have much to look forward to. If you are a Democrat, the future is bleak. Maybe we can talk Charlie Christ into running and everyone can vote Independent!
by Holle Abee6 years ago
I don't get it. Tonight, hubby and I had dinner with friends, and politics came up. I'm a moderate Republican, hubby is a far right Republican, Sandy is a northern liberal Democrat, and Steve is a northern Independent...
by Evan G Rogers6 years ago
Ron Paul beats Obama.He's electable.Deal with it.http://www.thestatecolumn.com/articles/ … ationally/
by John Coviello6 years ago
Mitt Romney Has a 20 Point Lead in South Carolina. Is the GOPNomination Over? I thought that Romney would take New Hampshire, then lose some southern states, and leave the door open for someone else to come...
by Ralph Deeds7 years ago
Newt seems to me to have slit his own throat with his criticism of the Ryan Medicare privatization proposal which was adopted nearly unanimously by the House last month. Moreover, the House vote may have cost the GOP...
by Holle Abee6 years ago
I've always said that I didn't think Mitt would win in SC, and now Newt is ahead in the state in several polls. The GOP has gone so far to the right that they don't want a moderate. It just boggles my mind that any...
by mio cid6 years ago
The way the republican party is positioning itself it may become an endangered specie.with democrats getting over 90 percent of the african american vote and the hispanic vote heading in that direction, as well as...
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