LETS FACE IT ROMNEY WILL BE THE GOP NOMINEE

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    Nov 14, 2011 10:02 PM GMT
    For the Tea party hardliners, it must feel like a hard kick in the nuts....icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:11 PM GMT
    Not necessarily. Depends on what you call "hardline". He's one of the only candidates I can envision myself possibly supporting out of the frontrunners -- maybe Gingrich too.
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:12 PM GMT
    catfish5 saidFor the Tea party hardliners, it must feel like a hard kick in the nuts....icon_lol.gif



    Do you have a crystal ball?

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    Nov 14, 2011 10:14 PM GMT
    Holding my nose from the stench of this thread, but you guys are still responding to this thing?
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:32 PM GMT
    That stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:34 PM GMT
    CHRISTOPHER34 said
    catfish5 saidFor the Tea party hardliners, it must feel like a hard kick in the nuts....icon_lol.gif



    Do you have a crystal ball?



    It doesnt take a rocket scientist to see where things are headed.
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:34 PM GMT
    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.


    Not really, the whole healthcare thing in Massachusetts can be considered a state making those decisions as opposed to that kind of plan on a national level. Of course, it may appear to everyone else as a "flip flop".
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:39 PM GMT
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    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.


    Not really, the whole healthcare thing in Massachusetts can be considered a state making those decisions as opposed to that kind of plan on a national level. Of course, it may appear to everyone else as a "flip flop".


    Lets call a spade a spade. He flip flopped. The people of Mass were forced to buy something they didnt want courtesy of Romneycare
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:55 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie said
    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.


    Not really, the whole healthcare thing in Massachusetts can be considered a state making those decisions as opposed to that kind of plan on a national level. Of course, it may appear to everyone else as a "flip flop".


    Lets call a spade a spade. He flip flopped. The people of Mass were forced to buy something they didnt want courtesy of Romneycare


    The majority of everyone in Mass WANTED that healthcare. What makes you think they didn't?
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:56 PM GMT
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    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.


    Not really, the whole healthcare thing in Massachusetts can be considered a state making those decisions as opposed to that kind of plan on a national level. Of course, it may appear to everyone else as a "flip flop".


    Lets call a spade a spade. He flip flopped. The people of Mass were forced to buy something they didnt want courtesy of Romneycare


    The majority of everyone in Mass WANTED that healthcare. What makes you think they didn't?


    The majority of Americans wanted a public option but I don't see you touting that. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Nov 14, 2011 10:59 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie said
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    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.


    Not really, the whole healthcare thing in Massachusetts can be considered a state making those decisions as opposed to that kind of plan on a national level. Of course, it may appear to everyone else as a "flip flop".


    Lets call a spade a spade. He flip flopped. The people of Mass were forced to buy something they didnt want courtesy of Romneycare


    The majority of everyone in Mass WANTED that healthcare. What makes you think they didn't?


    The majority of Americans wanted a public option but I don't see you touting that. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Okay, come on, you can't actually be serious and mean that. Of course they did not. The overwhelming majority of Americans absolutely positively did not want it. The dems were clearly did not have the upper hand when the elections came around -- a pretty clear enough evidence as to what the American people in general wanted.
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    Nov 14, 2011 11:05 PM GMT
    It violates the constitution to force Mass residents to buy something they dont want.
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    Nov 15, 2011 1:42 AM GMT
    mocktwinkie said
    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.


    Not really, the whole healthcare thing in Massachusetts can be considered a state making those decisions as opposed to that kind of plan on a national level. Of course, it may appear to everyone else as a "flip flop".


    Whooooo boy ..... and I can Act Str8 ,, and Talk str8 and wear Str8 men's clothes
    But underneath I'm a gay Gay man Mock

    and you cab try and try and try to wash that Obamacare offa The Mitt Man but he's covered in it from head to he tippy little toes icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 15, 2011 4:10 PM GMT
    Romneycare for all!!
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:06 PM GMT
    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.



    No, actually that stench is the Democrats shaking in their boots at the cold hard reality that Romney will be the nominee and that he will also give Obama a very solid challenge to the Presidency. THAT, Catfish, could end up being the ultimate "kick in the nuts". At the end of the day, all the so-called "flip-flopping" isn't going to matter. The only thing that will matter is which candidate the American people will feel is the right man for the job at this point in time.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:13 PM GMT
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    catfish5 saidThat stench is Romney stinking things up with his flip flopping on key issues and health care mandates.



    No, actually that stench is the Democrats shaking in their boots at the cold hard reality that Romney will be the nominee and that he will also give Obama a very solid challenge to the Presidency. THAT, Catfish, could end up being the ultimate "kick in the nuts". At the end of the day, all the so-called "flip-flopping" isn't going to matter. The only thing that will matter is which candidate the American people will feel is the right man for the job at this point in time.


    So where does flip flop mitt stand on abortion, immigration, unions, health care mandates? The American people have no clue where he stands AND either does he.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:16 PM GMT
    the language you guys use to talk politics is so ridiculous.

    "quaking in their boots?"

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    I really think people would be ashamed to write such drivel and appear so childish;
    Lacking in gravitas and credibility.


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    Nov 15, 2011 5:24 PM GMT
    catfish5 said

    So where does flip flop mitt stand on abortion, immigration, unions, health care mandates? The American people have no clue where he stands AND either does he.



    The reality is that "The American People" are not really even paying all that much attention -- yet. Once the primaries begin, the votes start painting a clearer picture, the riff raff drops out of the race, and a nominee (likely Romney) emerges, then all these issues will come to the forefront and you'll have your answers. That is not to say that a total surprise couldn't still emerge. Admittedly, it may be wishful thinking, but I still think that Jon Huntsman could make a surprising showing in some of the early primaries that could push him to the higher tier -- especially once Bachmann, Santorum, and possibly even Rick Perry drop out. Don't be surprised if a "silent front-runner" is out there and it's Jon Huntsman.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:27 PM GMT
    The republicans are looking for that elusive ABR candidate. Even Republicans dont like Romney. The GOP nominee race is dominated by a search for Anyone But Romney!
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:34 PM GMT
    catfish5 saidThe republicans are looking for that elusive ABR candidate. Even Republicans dont like Romney. The GOP nominee race is dominated by a search for Anyone But Romney!


    I think this sentiment makes for good sound bytes in the liberal media, but mostly is nothing but wishful thinking on the part of Democrats who would likely prefer that Obama go up against anyone BUT Romney because he is likely the best chance to beat Obama
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:39 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    catfish5 said

    So where does flip flop mitt stand on abortion, immigration, unions, health care mandates? The American people have no clue where he stands AND either does he.



    The reality is that "The American People" are not really even paying all that much attention -- yet. Once the primaries begin, the votes start painting a clearer picture, the riff raff drops out of the race, and a nominee (likely Romney) emerges, then all these issues will come to the forefront and you'll have your answers. That is not to say that a total surprise couldn't still emerge. Admittedly, it may be wishful thinking, but I still think that Jon Huntsman could make a surprising showing in some of the early primaries that could push him to the higher tier -- especially once Bachmann, Santorum, and possibly even Rick Perry drop out. Don't be surprised if a "silent front-runner" is out there and it's Jon Huntsman.


    I also think Huntsman is a stalking horse. . I would like to see him with his credibility, intelligence and demeanour as the GOP nominee. I realy have not seen those qualities in any other contenders.

    That would make a really worthy set of choices in the next election.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:42 PM GMT
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    catfish5 saidThe republicans are looking for that elusive ABR candidate. Even Republicans dont like Romney. The GOP nominee race is dominated by a search for Anyone But Romney!


    I think this sentiment makes for good sound bytes in the liberal media, but mostly is nothing but wishful thinking on the part of Democrats who would likely prefer that Obama go up against anyone BUT Romney because he is likely the best chance to beat Obama


    Thats where you are wrong. Romney is more moderate of all the GOP candidates and will likely pull more left if elected. Thats alot less frightening than some of the other bat shit crazy candidates like bachmann.
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    catfish5 saidThe republicans are looking for that elusive ABR candidate. Even Republicans dont like Romney. The GOP nominee race is dominated by a search for Anyone But Romney!


    One thing I can agree with you on is that Romney is a Socialist. Which leads me to ask this question, Why dont you want him? He should be your dream candidate.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:42 PM GMT
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:45 PM GMT
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    catfish5 saidThe republicans are looking for that elusive ABR candidate. Even Republicans dont like Romney. The GOP nominee race is dominated by a search for Anyone But Romney!


    One thing I can agree with you on is that Romney is a Socialist. Which leads me to ask this question, Why dont you want him? He should be your dream candidate.


    Sock puppet trolls don't know what Socialism is.