'He's dropped another percentage point in the Rasmussen daily presidential
poll.' - Rifleman | 9:34 a.m. Aug. 12, 2011 Dosen't the Rasmussen
poll have a, oh I dunno, date? An author? Something I
can look up BESIDES your claims? Also, when, exactly is Hillary
running for President in 2012 Rifleman? It's August 2011. Or is this another 'misspoke?' *Sen. Kyle mocked for making up
numbers in abortion debate By Sarah Iraelsen-Hartley DSNews 04/12/11 *"The Iraqi regime . . . possesses and produces chemical and biological
weapons. It is seeking nuclear weapons.' - George W. Bush - Ohio Speech
Re: Pagan | 8:52 a.m. Aug. 12, 2011 On the other hand Hillary is the
greatest threat to Obama's Democratic nomination for the 2012 general election.
The Democrats are disgusted with Obama's inability to deliver on his promises.
He's dropped another percentage point in the Rasmussen daily presidential poll.
'Analysis: Rick Perry may pose biggest threat to Mitt Romney' - Title*'Rick Perry (R-Gov./Tx), After Raising Secession, Calls For Fed Help With
Swine Flu' - Huffington Post - 04/27/09Mitt Romney on Job creation:
From 2003-2007 job growth....0.9%.In rankings with the rest of the
country...MA was 47th in Job creation when Mitt Romney was there.- Think
Progress Travis Waldron 06/02/11*'Let Detroit Go Bankrupt' - By Mitt
Romney - NY Times - 11/18/08*Firm dissolves after giving pro-Romney
PAC $1 million By Ken Thomas AP Published by DSNews 08/04/11I don't
think ANY of the GOP canidates offer much.*'Poll: Less than half of
GOP primary voters satisfied with 2012 field' - By Mark Murray - NBC News -
Perry is a neo-confederate. Romney can't win because republicans don't like him
except LDS republicans. I hear Massachusetts loves Romneycare. He
should run as a democrat.Gov. Mitt Romney lobbied the credit ratings
agency Standard & Poors in 2004 to raise his states credit rating in part
because Massachusetts had raised taxes during an economic downturn two years
earlierMitt Romney sat at the head of the table at a coffee shop [in
Tampa, FL] on Thursday, listening to a group of unemployed Floridians explain
the challenges of looking for work. When they finished, he weighed in with a
predicament of his own. "I should tell my story," Mr. Romney
said. "I'm also unemployed."
Perry threatened to succeed from the union...then asked for a cut of the
stimulus package. Hypocrisy.We don't need another Texas governor
who was a cheerleader, yes he was, look it up, messing thus country up again.
Bush ran up the deficit 6 trillion with his "small government"
Republican dealings.Just say no to cheerleaders for president.I would rather ave Omney and his inconsistencies over this loudmouth
perry.Btw Mitty, corporations are mot people.
I don't care whether he proves a threat to Romney. I care that, by his past
actions, Perry has shown that he proves a threat to the United States. Remember
-- he's the one who wanted Texas to secede from the United States (another Civil
War, anyone?). Say "NO" to him -- that's what he's shown he deserves.
"Lesser-known candidates tussled for position, including former
Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, businessman Herman Cain
and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich."-from the articleThese
are the candidates and their votes in a poll that asked "Who won the
Republican Debate?"Paul -11640Gingrich -4890Cain -2574Romney -1944Bachmann -1913Santorum -858Huntsman -323Pawlenty -259It seems our "lesser-known" candidates
actually have people who know them. I'm tired of the media selecting candidates
for us and telling who poses a threat to Romney, or Obama, or who is
"electable". Stop shoving Rick Perry down our throats. He is another
neo-conservative establishment politician parading his Christianity to get
elected. We don't want or need any of his kind. The Ron Paul Revolution is
spreading and growing and the Republican party better wake up to that reality or
they will lose more elections and more credibility.