Who dropped out of the GOP race too early?

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    I'm thinking both Palin and Pawlenty dropped out too early.

    With the way things are going now, either one could be a contender.

    What say you?
     
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    t-paw & Daniels
     
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    Palin was never IN the race to begin with. Liberals are so desperate to have her in, they just say she was.
     
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    Palin and Daniels were never in the race.

    Pawlenty obviously dropped out too early. I said that when he dropped out.
     
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    Jeb Bush.

    Chris Cristie.

    That goofy guy from LA, I can't remember his name. The Mister Roger's wannabe.
     
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    Puh-lease with the Palin nonsense. :eusa_hand:

    OK sure, technically she never declared her candidacy, but she did tour the damn country implying she had presidential aspirations.
     
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    What, nobody for Bachmann? :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Jindl?

    LMAO...exactly who he reminds me of...Mr. Rogers.
     
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    I'm pretty sure he (quietly ;) ) took Stimulus $ after thoroughly decrying it. Amiright?
     
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    I agree completely on Pawlenty. If he'd have stuck in, he might be challenging now.
     

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