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  •  I agree. Teabaggers hate him. Obama Beats Romney.. (2+ / 0-)
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    licorice114, TofG

    when all Romney's many faults are lined up for all to see:
    1. anti-Hispanic with anti Dream Act language
    2. Romney/ObamaCare
    3. #47 in job creation while governor
    4. Made his millions firing workers
    5. Olympian Flip-Flopper of all time
    6. Silly and innappropriate on the stump

    Can anyone imagine a GOP convention hall slobbering with joy when he hits the stage...he will hit the stage alright and the crowd will be as enthusiastic as he is genuine -all fake. I cannot wait to see them saddled with this joker.

    •  Romney is going to have a hard time (2+ / 0-)
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      TofG, Mark27

      creating a specific identity for voters. He's very nebulous.

      Take the "Can't(or)" out of Congress. Support E. Wayne Powell in Va-07. http://www.ewaynepowell.com/

      by anastasia p on Thu Sep 29, 2011 at 10:13:53 AM PDT

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    •  I'd like to think Romney will drive down enthusia (1+ / 0-)
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      LordMike

      sm on the right, and the GOP will be divided. However, I think the social conservatives are too desperate to keep Obama from appointing any more SCOTUS.
      They will accept Romney if he picks the right VP, and if he can get some religious right leaders to endorse him, by making some promises.
      And he will make whatever promises they require.
      I think Ron Paul is much more powerful than Cain, and he may play an important role in how this plays out.
      He doesn't like Romney. Whatever he signals to his army will be critical.
      I'm wondering if there's a chance Romney would choose  him as VP?
      The social conservatives like to cloak their agenda in fiscal conservatism.
      We shouldn't depend on the GOP defeating themselves.
      It's going to be a vicious, bloody war, unless Obama's numbers rebound so fast and so far that it blows those crazies far, far away. That may not happen.

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