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> Lay Out Your Best Paths to Republican Nomination and/or General Election Win
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post Feb 28th 2012, 10:25 PM
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Romney wins Arizona and Michigan.

Chuck Todd ‏ @chucktodd
Romney won Mackinac County by 1 vote. 667 votes to Santorum's, wait for it, 666 votes.

Hilarious.

QUOTE(Drew @ Feb 28th 2012, 9:01 AM) *
I make fun of Santorum because of the focus the social issues play whenever he's around. I don't really think he's that bad a guy.

I think there are a lot of nice people with mean ideas in politics.


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post Feb 28th 2012, 11:20 PM
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QUOTE(RWG @ Feb 28th 2012, 8:25 PM) *

Romney wins Arizona and Michigan.

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Romney won Mackinac County by 1 vote. 667 votes to Santorum's, wait for it, 666 votes.

sad.gif Oh well at least it was still pretty close. Particularly for his home State tongue.gif

roll.gif thats great!


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post Feb 29th 2012, 12:42 AM
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I really want Santorum to win this.


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post Feb 29th 2012, 12:55 AM
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QUOTE(chrisnelson @ Feb 28th 2012, 10:42 PM) *

I really want Santorum to win this.

Me too!!!

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012...osting-him.html

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Mitt Romney barely winning a primary in his home state is like Charlie Sheen barely winning a primary in a Hooters. Sure, it’s a win, but the fact that it was close is more than embarrassing—it’s mortifying.

Romney won Arizona and he won Michigan. He won the delegates, but he certainly has not won the hearts of his party’s conservative base. According to CNN’s exit poll, he lost those who describe themselves as “very conservative” by 14 percent. He lost pro-lifers by 9 percent. He lost white evangelicals by 16 percent. And the only income group he won a majority of was those who earn more than $200,000 a year.

Bad as that is, the news from the moderate middle is worse. Romney’s transparent—and largely unsuccessful—pandering to the kook right has deeply damaged him among the swing voters who will ultimately pick our next president. The latest Washington Post–ABC News poll shows Romney with a dangerously low favorable rating of just 29 percent. (President Obama’s is 49 percent.) The Pew poll reports that by a margin of 61–29, voters say Romney does not understand the needs of people like you. And in the latest CNN poll, 65 percent of voters say Romney’s policies favor the rich.


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Rick Santorum snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. He insulted the memory of JFK and accused President Obama of following a “false theology.” He attacked public schools and said those who want to send their children to college are snobs. And of course, he attacked contraception. When you attack sex, college, and JFK, you’re really limiting your pool of potential voters.


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This thread brings the eye rolls. rolleyes.gif


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I can see how Democrats would want Santorum because Obama is VERY likely to beat him. Heck, he's pretty likely to go on and beat Romney too- but my thing is that what if it BACKFIRES and Santorum actually has a chance...wouldn't everyone feel like idiots!!?!?! It just scares me thinking that Santorum could come that close! fear2.gif fear2.gif fear2.gif


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post Mar 3rd 2012, 8:29 PM
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The Washington Caucuses are today. Romney is ahead thus far.


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post Mar 3rd 2012, 9:02 PM
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CNN projects that Romney will win the Washington Caucuses.


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post Mar 5th 2012, 3:48 PM
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Tomorrow is Super Tuesday. Any predictions on a state by state basis?


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post Mar 5th 2012, 5:09 PM
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Georgia - Gingrich
Idaho - Romney
Massachusetts - Romney
North Dakota - Romney (This is a blind guess, because I've yet to see any polling done)
Ohio - Santorum
Oklahoma - Santorum
Tennessee - Santorum
Vermont - Romney
Virginia - Romney


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post Mar 5th 2012, 8:03 PM
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I haven't seen any polling either. Does the Dakota's in general seem more Santorum-ish??

Anyways Barbara Bush thinks this is one of the worse campaigns ran ever!
http://www.politico.com/blogs/burns-haberm...een-116492.html


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North Dakota is a caucus state so a Santorum win or even a Paul win I would say is more likely then a Romney one.

Also You forgot Alaska. Which has a two week long caucus unsure.gif

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post Mar 5th 2012, 10:16 PM
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Its pretty sad how the Republicans have shot themselves in the foot. Their number one candidate is as far away removed from real, middle class American concerns as you could possibly get. Just read his comments if you need examples. Then you got Santorum who goes way overboard with his "Good ol boy Christian philosophy" he focuses more on Christian issues than anything else! Then you got have Gingrich who has less morals than a crack addict! Is this really who Republican importants think Americans will vote for ? Really?

It is especially sad for the republicans because they had a chance to beat Obama given the fact that he hasnt been able to hold true to a lot of his promises. (Not that he's done a horrible job, I think he's done alright given the circumstances of all of Washington countering him at every move) I might have voted for Paul but he has no chance as it seems like the only chance a conesrvative has to win is by catering to the ultra-religous and the bitter senior citizens.


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post Mar 6th 2012, 6:13 AM
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On a random note, can I point out that my father thinks Joe Scarborough is too left wing.


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post Mar 6th 2012, 8:08 AM
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Don't have a chance to read everything right now, but regarding a conversation we were having before, Stormy, the Republican Governors Association far outspent the Democratic one in 2010:
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Stunning Statistics of the Week:

$117.1 million: Amount the Republican Governors Association raised during the 2010 election cycle

$55.3 million: Amount the Democratic Governors Association raised during the 2010 election cycle

http://www.citizenvox.org/2011/05/06/good-...making-machine/

What were you referring to when you said Dems outraised Republicans? I think when you take all things together, Repubs pretty much always outraise Dems.

That's why it scared Republicans so much when Obama turned out to be such a huge fundraiser in 2008.

Doesn't matter now that outside groups and people can spend limitless money.

I will literally be shocked if Dems every catch up.


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QUOTE(Famousgrl @ Mar 6th 2012, 6:08 AM) *

Don't have a chance to read everything right now, but regarding a conversation we were having before, Stormy, the Republican Governors Association far outspent the Democratic one in 2010:

http://www.citizenvox.org/2011/05/06/good-...making-machine/

What were you referring to when you said Dems outraised Republicans? I think when you take all things together, Repubs pretty much always outraise Dems.

That's why it scared Republicans so much when Obama turned out to be such a huge fundraiser in 2008.

Doesn't matter now that outside groups and people can spend limitless money.

I will literally be shocked if Dems every catch up.


The DCCC outfundraised its Republican counterpart in 2011...and still has strong number now
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/17/d..._n_1285105.html


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Liz, did you vote today?


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QUOTE(Drew @ Mar 6th 2012, 3:57 PM) *

Liz, did you vote today?

haha.gif No, should I have? I'm a bad enthusiastic supporter. sad.gif


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lmao.gif

So smooth.

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QUOTE(Famousgrl @ Mar 6th 2012, 4:17 PM) *

haha.gif No, should I have? I'm a bad enthusiastic supporter. sad.gif

But then again, you're a registered Democrat, aren't you?


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