GOP needs to get their act together

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    and unite behind Romney.

    Otherwise - they will lose to the most vulnerable incumbant since Carter.
     
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    The Gop can't nominate someone to far to the right or it will lose. The American people want someone that will work towards fixing the debt and fix the divide within the population. NOT to make it deeper. Santorum is far to far right to have even the slightiest chance of winning...Newt could, but his talk of removing welfare from the old is going to lose him this election. Mitt Romney's greatest strength is within the fact that states like florida have a lot of old people that will vote against anyone that wants to kill there SSI. The republican party is more of a center right party, while about a third of it is far right wing, but not enough to win.

    We don't have the power within our own party to force someone like Santorum or Newt through the process.
     
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    Good luck with that. With Ron Paul sure to run as a 3rd Party candidate, Mitt has no chance of beating Obama, not that he ever truly did...
     
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    Obama makes Carter look like Bush too. No joke.:eusa_shifty:
     
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    Hammer Obama on the economy...........

    8.5% unemployment something to be proud about???????

    Make the election on Obamas record.............................
     
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    Yeah....and the jobs meltdown started before Obama ever took office....good luck with that.
     
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    Only difference between Obama and George Bush is the fact that Obama is him on steriods!

    Obama is George Bush the third!


    The main difference is the social issues, but outside of that he is.
     
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    That dog won't bark anymore...............................
     
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    Sorry, man, I won't vote for Romney. I'll vote third party.

    Romney is the weakest GOP Candidate since Alf Landon. Obama will beat him easily.
     
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    No, but it will probably be down to 7.2 by the time the election rolls around, which is the same level it was at when Reagan got a second term.
     

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