The GOP's weak 2012 front-runner

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    First Read - First thoughts: The GOP's weak 2012 front-runner

    If not Romney, who? Obviously not Palin, not Gingrich.
     
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    John Ellis Bush.
     
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    Romney is the favorite of the Left because they know he can't win.

    he is not worth shit to me.
     
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    Exactly who was the frontrunner in 2006 on the democratic side?
    No reason to give it any thought right now.
    Likely, the one who runs against Obama will be the one with the most astute campaign team....nothing more and nothing less.
     
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    I would disagree. From what I have seen, Palin is the favorite of the left. She is the gift that keeps on giving and her negatives with all Americans are even higher than Romney's.
     
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    Let us hope they are more astute than the team that decided it was a good idea to add Palin to McCain's ticket....
     
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    Axelrod could have gotten a plate of chopped liver elected regardless of who ran aginst it.
    And in my eyes, he did.
     
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    Against the McCain/Palin ticket? Oh yeah...
     
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    Long way to go. So don't count your chickens just yet. Remember,Hopey Changey himself came out of nowhere. No one predicted that he would defeat the Clinton Machine. It's way too early to completely count the Republicans out in 2012.
     
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    What happened to Pawlenty and Jindal. Has the Teaparty cancelled them out of the equation?
     

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