Trump, Limbaugh, Norquist, Boehner. Who has more power in the Republican Party??

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    All the candidates visited Trump to kiss his, ring (at least I hope it was his ring).

    Limbaugh is the voice of the Republican Party.

    All but 13 Republicans at the very top of government have pledged to Grover.

    Boehner, as the Speaker, seems to have the least power and smallest say.

    So, which one of these guys has the most control in the Republican Party?
     
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    Limbaugh...omg:lol:..you people are nutty..:lol:
     
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    All the candidates? I thought Huntsman took a pass.
     
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    Not sure what you're trying to link here. Candidates??
     
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    Limbaugh. The GOP is a bad joke. Hoping for its recovery.
     
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    Rockefeller still rules the GOP.

    They will nominate another Rockefeller Republican, Romney or Gingrich or Huntsman just like they nominated Rockefeller Republican McCain last year.
     

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