so the top 3 GOP candidates are..

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    1) a guy who signed a single payer bill into law
    2) a former IRS agent
    3) a former federal reserve chair

    I totally see the tea party coming out strong for such a stellar line up

    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Romney didn't sign a single payer bill into law.
     
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    And Ron Paul never worked for the IRS.
     
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    and the dem candidate is a guy who though president of the Harvard Law Review managed the uncommon feat of not publishing a single article with his name on it......
     
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    The teaparty will back Bachmann.
     
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    Dems don't need a candidate. They could run a ferret and it still would compete with the GOP. That is how bad the GOP is right now.
     
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    I'm a lifelong Democrat but I don't think this is going to be a slam dunk for Obama or the Dems. They need to get serious and stop acting like the Repubs can't win. Repubs will win if we don't focus on the economy and jobs now. Remember that horror story Bush/Cheney?

    Weiner was a distraction, he resigned now all of them need to focus.
     
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    Unless palin runs...Ok, you're right!:tongue:
     
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    The gotp has chased off many viable candidates. They are hindering themselves.
     
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    Neither Palin nor Bachman are reasonable candidates for True Conservatives. Their gender makes them unsupportable.

    There are no viable candiates in either mainstream party. There are simply a slew of politicians whose only significant difference between each other is their names.
     

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