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AngryDem48
Time for another 1930's style labor movement
12:13 PM on 05/19/2011
I would sincerely like to know why my post was censored? Inconsistancy is confusing
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behavingbadly
lovingly crafted artisanal comments
12:33 PM on 05/19/2011
Pick a number. The line forms around the corner and extends 2 miles down the road on your right.
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gtp
I was in the smoke filled room.
12:33 PM on 05/19/2011
It's because you are using a picture of Stewie!!
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AngryDem48
Time for another 1930's style labor movement
12:39 PM on 05/19/2011
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fg159
12:10 PM on 05/19/2011
Certain type? They are all the same. Everyone has an anti middle class,anti senior anti poor and anti woman agenda.
They spend more time thinking of ways to benefit the wealthy by providing tax breaks and reducing programs.
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Ning Rowley
A mind of my own
12:10 PM on 05/19/2011
Huckabee doesn't want to run because he know, he can't win and he is the best bet in comparison (to the other republican candidates right now) because for one thing he seem like a "clean" fellow (meaning, nothing in the closest comes out after 10 or so years? Maybe), straight- face, and low-keyed...and that's boring. I like him better than all those clowns put together. Too bad. President Obama is going to get his second term. No doubt about it. If nobody from Republicans side cheats.
bluerednot
micro-bio remains empty
12:09 PM on 05/19/2011
Huckabee may have put himself on the "short list" for VP depending on who gets the nod.
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jcolvin325
Ecclesiastes 10:2 (NIV)
12:44 PM on 05/19/2011
Agreed
12:06 PM on 05/19/2011
Well, this article was a fantastic waste of time to read.

Q: "Who benefits from Hackabee's exit?"

A: "Every single other candidate. We'll name them here in case you forgot who was running."
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traceymarie
the President is black, deal with it
12:02 PM on 05/19/2011
Dn'tchs just love it how they always say gawd told them.
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wardropper
Size of micro-bio classified
12:29 PM on 05/19/2011
As if "taking the Lord's name in vain" wasn't a famous no-no...
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traceymarie
the President is black, deal with it
11:57 AM on 05/19/2011
The dogma driven, narrow minded thumper will love to see either palin or bachmann run. Or anyone who spouts scripture and gawd every other word even when it does not make sense, and the anti-science mumbo jumbo that goes along with such jibberish
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Ning Rowley
A mind of my own
11:55 AM on 05/19/2011
None of them will have a chance to win if their platforms run on Anti-gay, Home-schooling, Extreme-religion. This country is existing because of all the people have ccme from a different background in life. You can not force-feed anyone any longer with all those personal preferences. And I can not see any of them smart enough to run this Country back from the damages the Republicans have done in in short period of time. They can to run, but enough is enough. Time to give the Real man that care for all the people in this world his chance to save us all from a total breakdown, and he is working hard at it now. I want him to win on 2012. He is the one that give us the lights on this darkened channel of economy. He will win because I said so....sue me.
12:14 PM on 05/19/2011
With the national debt at a staggering $14.3 trillion, and adding about $1.5 trillion to it each year, with meteoric rise in costs of healthcare, with stifling and debilitating trade deficits, falling education performance, sustained high unemployment, etc, the country is not headed in the right direction, and the bottom is coming off.

Obama is too beholden to the corporations that help him wage billion dollar campaigns, and his policies (such as mandated healthcare without a public option) reflect that.

It will take a leader with high levels of integrity and competence, be they Democratic, Republican or Independent, to turn this ship around.
12:46 PM on 05/19/2011
Might there be a dark horse? Maybe third party.
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dblan9
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11:51 AM on 05/19/2011
Bachmann / Palin 2012. RAW unedited Footage of the campaign on 300 DVD's would be enough Comedy for life.
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wardropper
Size of micro-bio classified
12:33 PM on 05/19/2011
Too scary for me.

I prefer Dråculå movies...
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gtp
I was in the smoke filled room.
12:34 PM on 05/19/2011
Titled "Going Commando."
11:49 AM on 05/19/2011
In 2008 , Republican­­s said it was too dangerous to vote for Obama because he had no foreign policy experience­­. SInce Romney and the rest of the Republican field have zero foreign policy experience­­, I expect Republican­­s to urge all Americans not to jeopardize national security by voting for the Republican nominee.
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Ricardo01
The poodle chews it.
11:42 AM on 05/19/2011
Unfortunately, Newtie won't be able to take advantage. The body of his campaign is de-ad, but the head doesn't know it yet. Next....................
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GODZILLA1
11:41 AM on 05/19/2011
BACHMANN - PALIN = A DREAM TICKET! ((For the Democrats to run against)) I can hardly wait! It will be like the beatdown of Alf Landon in 1936. FDR'S ghost will be saying: "Last night I dreamed a deadly dream. Beyond the Isle of Skye, I saw a dead man win a fight and I think that man was I"
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RKBA 2A
DON'T TREAD ON ME
11:38 AM on 05/19/2011
Liberal Dem-oc-rats are so afra.d of another Texan running for president. Come on in Rick Perry,
the water's fine.

Obama was born with a foot in his mouth and the issue over the freedom of the press banning of
the Boston Herald yesterday from his Boston fundraiser has developed legs.
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traceymarie
the President is black, deal with it
11:58 AM on 05/19/2011
Oh you are so very wrong....I for one would LOVE to see Perry run.lmao at the prospect
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CarlIII
Liberal Virginian living in Remlap Alabama
12:13 PM on 05/19/2011
I agree. Obama will anihilate all comers especially that M.O.R.O.N Texas governor.
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fg159
12:14 PM on 05/19/2011
You really must be kidding/ Rick Perry is the guy that wanted to secede from the Union? I can hear him now. I was for seceding before I was told it wasn't a good idea so I changed my mind.
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foxbat
Don't jump to conclusions
11:37 AM on 05/19/2011
Huckabee and Gingrich departing benefits Romney in the primaries.  Huckabee's evangelical pull all but assured Romney that he would not make it out of the primaries.  Gingrich departing leaves a Southern void.  That will potentially lead to a more anemic turnout of primary voters that would typically vote against Romney.  Barring someone like JebBush emerging from the shadows, that Southern appeal vote and the potential evangelical votes, both which would have gone against Romney, will have that impact softened in the primaries.  The problem for Romney is that he's going to have a bigger problem in a general, should he make it out of the primaries, with moderates, from both parties, and independents, as he attempts to run away from himself.