how obama will be re elected

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    Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney are tops for GOP voters looking to 2012


    A new poll finds Republican favorites for the presidential race are Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee and Newt Gingrich. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is a distant fifth; Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is a dark horse

    2012 election: Poll finds Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney early 2012 favorites - latimes.com
     
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    Perhaps a Bush/Palin ticket for 2012?
    Keep the Bush dynasty alive!
     
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    It would make 95% of your posts relevant!!

    :poke:
     
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    if the gop runs palin....obama will win easily....


    and shes from canada eh?
     
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    I would agree to that about her, Huckabee and Gingrich.
     
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    In 2006, nobody thought of Obama as the final Dem candidate for 2008. It's a long way between here and November 6, 2012.

    Just sayin'.
     
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    I saw it coming in 2004
     
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    So it's YOU FAULT for not warning all of us so we could prevent the OBAMANATION?
     
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    Actually if anybody ran against Obama Obama would still lose. He is the worst president in history. Palin looks like a model of competence next to him.
    But I think we have not seen the nominee yet. If we learned one thing from Obama, experience does in fact matter. The GOP will nominate someone with actual experience in running something more than his mouth. Daniels, Barbour, Perry (although he says he doesn't want it), DeMint. We'll see. Long time between now and then.
     
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    I'm hoping Cris Cristie the Gov of NJ makes a run.

    He's willing to be hated to do the right thing.

    He's almost a year in and has made some deep cuts and has yet to back down on what's right. The leftist media crusifies him on a regular basis, so I know he's doing the right thing.

    If he keeps this up for 18 months, and makes a run at Pres. It'll be a walk off.
     

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