WHO IS THE NEXT TEAPUBLICAN WHO WILL HAVE US "SHAKING IN OUR BOOTS" AND BE THE ONE SURE TO BEAT OBAMA?

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    Nov 03, 2011 12:50 PM GMT
    Newt perhaps??
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    Nov 03, 2011 2:37 PM GMT
    Reversible Mittens??
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:12 PM GMT
    It would appear that the one who has the best shot at beating Obama -- depending on performances in debates once nominated and his V.P. choice -- would probably be Mitt Romney (though I would never consider him a "Teapublican"). America really hasn't even started paying attention yet, but when they do I suspect there will be lots to like about the prospects of a Romney Presidency
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:16 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidIt would appear that the one who has the best shot at beating Obama -- depending on performances in debates once nominated and his V.P. choice -- would probably be Mitt Romney. America really hasn't even started paying attention yet, but when they do I suspect there will be lots to like about the prospects of a Romney Presidency


    Where does Romney stand on abortion, immigration, unions, gay rights, health care mandates? Tough to say. Mittens doesnt know either.
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:18 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidIt would appear that the one who has the best shot at beating Obama -- depending on performances in debates once nominated and his V.P. choice -- would probably be Mitt Romney (though I would never consider him a "Teapublican"). America really hasn't even started paying attention yet, but when they do I suspect there will be lots to like about the prospects of a Romney Presidency

    Romney will become a Teapublican if he thinks that'll help his campaign. He is a complete chameleon, as he has already proven. No principles, no core values, just whatever he thinks will get him elected.
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:24 PM GMT
    Obama has had me shaking in my boots for the last 3 years. As far as Romney goes I would never vote for him. He has never taken a stand on anything. Of all the candidates I think Romney would be the easiest for Obama to beat, that is why the media is making sure he gets the nomination.
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:37 PM GMT
    Somewhat amusing watching these Repubs eating each other alive. At the same time, its rather sad for this country knowing that this group of keystone cops is the best the GOP can come up with. The small percentage of sane Republicans must be shaking their heads.
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:49 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidHe is a complete chameleon, as he has already proven. No principles, no core values, just whatever he thinks will get him elected.


    Say what you want about Mitt Romney, but the USA can do, and has done, a whole lot worse. I would be proud to have him as my President, and I suspect he would be an excellent one IF elected.
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:51 PM GMT
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    Art_Deco saidHe is a complete chameleon, as he has already proven. No principles, no core values, just whatever he thinks will get him elected.


    Say what you want about Mitt Romney, but the USA can do, and has done, a whole lot worse. I would be proud to have him as my President, and I suspect he would be an excellent one of elected.


    Then why is the GOP so desperate to find anyone but Romney as their candidate for nominatiom?
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:52 PM GMT
    catfish5 saidits rather sad for this country knowing that this group of keystone cops is the best the GOP can come up with.



    You're entitled to your opinion, of course, but the reality is that there are some fine, very accomplished, vastly experienced and intelligent men in the GOP field.
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:55 PM GMT
    catfish5 said

    Then why is the GOP so desperate to find anyone but Romney as their candidate for nominatiom?



    Correction "The Media" is desperate to find anyone but Romney as the candidate. Romney has pretty consistently been near or at the top of every poll. Those are the facts. Voting has not even begun yet, and once it does only then can you draw such a conclusion should the voting be all over the map. I suspect that Romney will win or come in a close 2nd in every caucus and/or primary
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    Nov 03, 2011 4:57 PM GMT
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    catfish5 said

    Then why is the GOP so desperate to find anyone but Romney as their candidate for nominatiom?



    Correction "The Media" is desperate to find anyone but Romney as the candidate. Romney has pretty consistently been near or at the top of every poll. Those are the facts. Voting has not even begun yet, and once it does only then can you draw such a conclusion should the voting be all over the map. I suspect that Romney will win or come in a close 2nd in every caucus and/or primary


    Rev jefress said hed have to hold his nose to block out the stench before voting for that cult leader. Has southern conservatives scared shitless. Not the lame stream media lol
  • JP85257

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    Nov 03, 2011 4:57 PM GMT
    Any of them would do a far far far better job than our current president.

    Just sayin.....
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    Nov 03, 2011 5:10 PM GMT
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    Rev jefress said hed have to hold his nose to block out the stench before voting for that cult leader. Has southern conservatives scared shitless. Not the lame stream media lol


    It speaks volumes that you seem to hold the words and/or opinion of Rev Jefress in such high regard. I suspect the vast majority of Americans (southern states or otherwise) have little idea who the guy even is, let alone agree with him. Last I checked, wasn't Romney and Cain leading in the polls in South Carolina? That would seemingly blow your theory right out of the water that the south would never vote for a black or a mormon.
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    Nov 03, 2011 5:15 PM GMT
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    catfish5 said
    Rev jefress said hed have to hold his nose to block out the stench before voting for that cult leader. Has southern conservatives scared shitless. Not the lame stream media lol


    It speaks volumes that you seem to hold the words and/or opinion of Rev Jefress in such high regard. I suspect the vast majority of Americans (southern states or otherwise) have little idea who the guy even is, let alone agree with him. Last I checked, wasn't Romney and Cain leading in the polls in South Carolina? That would seemingly blow your theory right out of the water that the south would never vote for a black or a mormon.


    Lol i despise the man. Im just regurgitating the buzz down here.

    And they wont vote 4 cain. They will only vote 4 romney because there is nothing else left.
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    Nov 04, 2011 5:51 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    catfish5 saidits rather sad for this country knowing that this group of keystone cops is the best the GOP can come up with.



    You're entitled to your opinion, of course, but the reality is that there are some fine, very accomplished, vastly experienced and intelligent men in the GOP field.


    Who do you think should have run?
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    Nov 04, 2011 5:53 PM GMT
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    Where does Romney stand on abortion, immigration, unions, gay rights, health care mandates?.


    Depends on the day of the week and who he is talking to.
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    Nov 04, 2011 6:07 PM GMT
    I have to agree with liberals on Romney. He is a fraud and has never taken a stand on anything. Back in the 90's he not only said he was pro choice but told a personal story as to why he is pro choice. Then 2008 he's pro life. He used to brag about Massachusetts tough gun laws, now he's against all gun control laws. He brought the state Romneycare, which turned into Obamacare. He flip flopped on collective bargaining in Ohio. The guy reminds me of a used car salesman. If you look at polling he has not polled over 30% yet. He could still win the nomination, but with those numbers he will be very damaged going into the general election.


    All I can say is that I want real change. I am sick and tired of the McCain/Dole types winning the nomination. I am sick and tired of politicians. I am sick and tired of Obama. I want someone who has business experience and has worked their way up from the bottom. Herman Cain is just that. If he gets the nomination he can run a campaign from the outside.
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    Nov 04, 2011 6:15 PM GMT
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    catfish5 said

    Then why is the GOP so desperate to find anyone but Romney as their candidate for nominatiom?



    Correction "The Media" is desperate to find anyone but Romney as the candidate. Romney has pretty consistently been near or at the top of every poll. Those are the facts. Voting has not even begun yet, and once it does only then can you draw such a conclusion should the voting be all over the map. I suspect that Romney will win or come in a close 2nd in every caucus and/or primary


    I disagree with that. The Republican establishment wants Romney and they have told the media to make it happen. The White House wants Romney to get the nomination because they are worried about Obamacare. Romney may be leading in polls but he is yet to poll over 30%. That is really poor.
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    Nov 04, 2011 7:23 PM GMT
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    catfish5 said


    Where does Romney stand on abortion, immigration, unions, gay rights, health care mandates?.


    Depends on the day of the week and who he is talking to.




    My point exactly !!! If he is to get the Republican nomination as their Presidential candidate, he will have to overcome his reputation of an ever changing platform to do so. That is a high enough hurdle to overcome, but if he does actually end up running as the Republican pick, then he'll have to face the entire American Public, who along with the media are very sceptical.

    Frankly, I think his candidacy will be dead on arrival. The nation just won't trust an ever changing candidate. We've had enough of that already, and people will take the devil thats in, over the devil they fear to be even worse, any day of the week.
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    Nov 04, 2011 7:35 PM GMT
    It is stunning that the GOP really cannot put forward a serious candidate.

    This sorry group of misfits and oddballs is the best they can do.
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:11 PM GMT
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    CuriousJockAZ said
    catfish5 saidits rather sad for this country knowing that this group of keystone cops is the best the GOP can come up with.

    You're entitled to your opinion, of course, but the reality is that there are some fine, very accomplished, vastly experienced and intelligent men in the GOP field.

    Seriously? Name ONE. Just one. Oh please. Please? Pretty please? ONE?


    Well for one, Herman Cain. He is an outsider who has lived the American Dream with business experience. Jon Huntsman is a great candidate. Ron Paul is a great candidate. Theres three candidates right there with great ideas.
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    Nov 05, 2011 1:26 PM GMT
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    jpBITCHva said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    catfish5 saidits rather sad for this country knowing that this group of keystone cops is the best the GOP can come up with.

    You're entitled to your opinion, of course, but the reality is that there are some fine, very accomplished, vastly experienced and intelligent men in the GOP field.

    Seriously? Name ONE. Just one. Oh please. Please? Pretty please? ONE?


    Well for one, Herman Cain. He is an outsider who has lived the American Dream with business experience. Jon Huntsman is a great candidate. Ron Paul is a great candidate. Theres three candidates right there with great ideas.


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    Nov 05, 2011 1:38 PM GMT
    Lostboy saidIt is stunning that the GOP really cannot put forward a serious candidate.

    This sorry group of misfits and oddballs is the best they can do.



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    Nov 05, 2011 3:11 PM GMT
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    jpBITCHva said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    catfish5 saidits rather sad for this country knowing that this group of keystone cops is the best the GOP can come up with.

    You're entitled to your opinion, of course, but the reality is that there are some fine, very accomplished, vastly experienced and intelligent men in the GOP field.

    Seriously? Name ONE. Just one. Oh please. Please? Pretty please? ONE?


    Well for one, Herman Cain.( a confirmed liar?) He is an outsider who has lived the American Dream with business experience. Jon Huntsman is a great candidate. Ron Paul is a great candidate. Theres three candidates right there with great ideas.
    He asked for examples of very accomplished, vastly experienced and intelligent men in the current crop of GOP candidates.. not "great ideas".

    Gawd.. the comprehension skills of some of you is off the charts in failure.