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Marco Masoni, Nov. 28, 2011

Wall Street Journal columnist Pete Du Pont recently made the case that President Obama may very well have to switch Biden for Clinton as VP running mate if he wants a shot at a second term. Du Pont writes:

It is fair to say that Mrs. Clinton’s addition to the ticket would be a substantial gain for President Obama that he badly needs next November, since she is, as Mr. Starr notes, a member of the part of his administration that has the highest approval rating, and more important she has not at all been a part of the disastrous economic policies that have caused the Obama drop in popularity.”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204630904577056462756242968.html

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Marco Masoni, Oct. 8, 2011

Mitt Romney’s father, George Romney, ran for president in 1968. The “brainwashing” quote in this interview was probably a big factor in killing his chances of getting the Republican party nomination. He seems like he was a straight shooter… begging the question: can a straight shooter become president?

http://youtu.be/fSdSiBehQpI
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Sean S-USA, Sept. 27, 2011

The republican party, at least subliminally, realizes that they have very few candidates that have any chance of beating out Obama’s re-election. With this unique opportunity of having absolutely no chance at victory, they are airing the insane, ignorant parts of their party that have been vying for attention throughout the last term. Having disgusted the public with their weakness, ignorance and disunity, a moderate, centralist candidate will be able to gain a powerful majority in the 2016 election.

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Daniel Okamura, Sept. 27, 2011

Should Palin enter, would having two fairly anti-feminist women vying for the nation’s top job help or hinder feminism?

http://www.npr.org/2011/08/19/139777084/comparisons-between-palin-bachmann-are-unavoidable
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  • Zach Fabos Zach Fabos Sept. 28, 2011
    idk do you think an idiot Alaskan Woman, who thinks that Paul Revere was British, as president? me either.
  • Zach Fabos Zach Fabos Sept. 28, 2011
    I think it would also give woman a bad name in politics in general even more then she already has…
  • D Okamura D Okamura Oct. 19, 2011
    But could someone more intelligent ride in on her coattails?

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Josh C-USA, Sept. 27, 2011

Cool pic

http://kingsource55.com/pagotus/images/republican_democrat.gif
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Josh C-USA, Sept. 27, 2011

Hahaha. These two guys fight each other more than they fight with Obama!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aldXE1fwJQs
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  • Demarcus L-U.S.A. Demarcus L-U.S.A. Sept. 27, 2011
    republicans are too focused on money rather than issues with the people they have issues with material things

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Marco Masoni, Sept. 24, 2011

Governor Perry. The Governor of Texas, in case you don’t know it by now.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xgahd_k2ZBE
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  • Jenny Rothberg Jenny Rothberg Sept. 25, 2011
    (Reuters, 9-25-11) - Former pizza executive Herman Cain surprised rival Rick Perry with an upset victory on Saturday in a nonbinding Republican presidential straw poll in Florida, dealing a disappointing loss to the Texas governor two days after a shaky debate performance.

    Perry, leading in the polls for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, had needed a victory in the key test of strength in a crucial state to salve the wounds left over from a debate with his rivals on Thursday in which he struggled.

    Instead, former Godfather's Pizza executive Cain, who is far behind the two top-tier candidates Perry and Mitt Romney, won with 37 percent of 2,657 votes cast.

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