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MaybeMilo
"You can't fight in here. This is the War room!"
07:01 PM on 09/27/2011
If he can humiliate Perry, I'll send him a dinosaur sticker.

...but that's about it.
Zip Zinzel
If a Nation expects to be both Ignorant & Free . .
07:00 PM on 09/27/2011
RomneyCare isn't his millstone for the Repubs

It's the fact that he's more or less a centrist,
. . . and not one of the Zombies
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dennybop
Don't bother me if it's not reasoned and pragmatic
07:17 PM on 09/27/2011
Yup....and no matter what, there's the unspoken belief among the tea-partiers that he is not a real Christian.
Zip Zinzel
If a Nation expects to be both Ignorant & Free . .
08:18 PM on 09/27/2011
Dennybop
I think the appearance & conduct of Mitt & Huntsman have actually neutralized 85% of the Anti-Mormon angst.

But both of those guys are just simply too good & decent for their liking

I don't know about Mitt, but when Huntsman declared at the debate
that he believed in Evolution, Climate-Change, & Science
. . . THAT WAS ALL SHE WROTE FOR THAT BOY

He can either drop out now,
. . . or keep throwing his money down the toilet
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knewsreply
PhD: International Educator and Marketer
06:59 PM on 09/27/2011
The GOP keeps trying to replace Romney, but none of the GOP Candidates can maintain a lead against Romney. Romney has yet to lead Obama in a major poll. It’s going to be a long 13+ months to the next election.
07:04 PM on 09/27/2011
Exactly. The teapublicans can't stand Romney.
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Texanbybirth
Embarrassing Socialists from coast to coast
06:58 PM on 09/27/2011
He'll be cleared once the SCOTUS rules against Obama care, then he can propose a solution conservatives can rally around.
06:59 PM on 09/27/2011
Yeah, Teapartycare, let them die.
07:00 PM on 09/27/2011
Wishful thinking, at best.....
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N Rathke
I march for the grandmas who can't
07:03 PM on 09/27/2011
But it would work. Romney would have parried the left's potent weapon away.
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06:55 PM on 09/27/2011
It isn't that it hasn't been brought up, Perry attempted to but forgot how to form sentences. Literally.
And it will be brought back up if Mitt is the nominee.
Honestly, I do not like Mitt, but I think if anyone from the GOP could give Obama a run it will be Mitt. Demographically, he does better all over. If the GOP picks anyone else, they will not have a chance. The only problem is that small fringe group called the Tea Party know Romney is not one of them and will not further their revisionist history of where the U.S. came from and the agenda of where they want us to go.
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Maezeppa
Happy-Happy Joy-Joy
06:58 PM on 09/27/2011
Although he handed Perry his azzzz, it looks like Romney will buy the nomination and then lose to Obama.
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margoharris
I used to be Snow White but I drifted.
07:16 PM on 09/27/2011
He still has to win the South. He couldn't last time.
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08:02 PM on 09/27/2011
Are you talking primary or election. I can not see a GOP or TP voting Obama over Romney.
06:52 PM on 09/27/2011
"Companys are people"

No companys are made up of people.

Each of whom, have a vote.

They don't get two votes. One themselves, and one via their company group.
07:01 PM on 09/27/2011
True, but remember that politicians are corporations, and vice versa.
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jbird606
06:52 PM on 09/27/2011
Not to mention that his base does not understand what he is even talking about. They just wait for the sound of a shrill comment, and then giggle and clap.
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s0uthparkc0nservative
If you only had a brain...
09:13 PM on 09/27/2011
The same could be said for the base of most politicians.
FYI: "Change" can get a lot of people giggling and clapping.
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trumbull desi
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06:51 PM on 09/27/2011
He's the best of the worst.
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06:48 PM on 09/27/2011
It was never a problem. Polls have shown repeatedly that the majority of the people want health care reform. It is only the beltway pundits, the corporacratic mass media, and the TP that have pretended a massive majority of the citizens reject health care reform. They have told the lie so often that they now believe it themselves....a common problem liars face.
06:46 PM on 09/27/2011
He's said it's how MA wanted to deal with it, but that doesn't mean how the other 57 states (hehe) should deal with it and certainly not should not be mandated from above.
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Justtheobvious
Res-erected.
06:44 PM on 09/27/2011
People know we need to reform medical costs in this country.

The only potthole is the fringe TP not letting him be the candidate for it.
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julieintx
The Typo Queen.
06:46 PM on 09/27/2011
Romneycare drove up medical costs in MA, just as Obamacare will.
Zip Zinzel
If a Nation expects to be both Ignorant & Free . .
06:57 PM on 09/27/2011
julie texas

you are so unlearned

RomneyCare didn't drive up costs neither will ObamaCare

Costs went up and will go up slower than they would in the absence of these programs
Perhaps when you graduate from elementary school you will learn about how things in the real world are more complicated than is represented in your
Dick & Jane Reader
and in Republican Propaganda Materials that you have devoured without critical analysis
07:02 PM on 09/27/2011
Better pray that you don't get sick, because private health care is going to cost a fortune.
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hopepad08
"Hope" and "Change" is a beautiful thing.
06:44 PM on 09/27/2011
"Despite 'Obamneycare,' Mitt is back in command,"

Oh, please, it's not because he is what the GOPers want, it's because he is the less of two (or 7) evils.
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N Rathke
I march for the grandmas who can't
07:06 PM on 09/27/2011
One thing is certain, I can't see Romney ever being "a guy you can sit down over a beer with."
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planetjeffy
On the other hand, you have different fingers.
06:40 PM on 09/27/2011
Mitt has been running for president forever.
He is a horrible candidate that nobody likes
but has had enough practice to win the nomination.
He will also be the toughest candidate for President Obama to beat - which is why I am hoping Perry quits tripping over hisDick - at least until he wins the nomination.
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RapidProf
06:55 PM on 09/27/2011
And what a difference the debates would be. Obama v. Mitt -- ho-hum. Obama v. Perry -- Yikes! I'd pay to see that sucker!
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06:58 PM on 09/27/2011
I agree totally. If it wasn't so serious of a difference of philosophies, I would almost like the match up between Romney and Obama. Although I still can not see how Mitt can be considered the best the GOP has to offer.
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N Rathke
I march for the grandmas who can't
07:08 PM on 09/27/2011
But what is so off-putting about him? He seems to lack a certain people-friendliness. Somewhat like a certain medical syndrome that I hesitate to mention here, for which the cause is unknown, formerly known as the condition cause by a "cold mother".
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planetjeffy
On the other hand, you have different fingers.
07:59 PM on 09/27/2011
I don't mind the "old romney" - who was gov of mass
but we cannot risk more republican damage to the country - economically or even on the supreme court