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Published: Saturday, Dec. 31 2011 12:00 a.m. MST

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Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

Romney will get the victory in Iowa. Mark it down.

CHS 85
Sandy, UT

Whew, I was concerned that there wouldn't be a Mitt Romney article today.

Mcallen, TX

CHS 85 | 9:08 p.m. Dec. 31, 2011

Whew, I was concerned that there wouldn't be a Mitt Romney article today, followed by a Pagen rebuttal.

small town, Nebraska

Go Mitt. I hope my neighboring state, Iowa, is nice to you on Tuesday. Id love to come and be part of the festivities but that's the way it goes. Our state is nothing compared to iowa. Good luck.

Clearfield, UT

Can't wait until Tuesday and the real voting begins. This campaign has gone on to long. When omney wins hopefully some of the challengers will start dropping out.

American Fork, UT

There's also a story about what gingrich says about romney. The headline fails to mention gingrich.

Mcallen, TX

The people in our country may not have enough information for finding a quality president, or voting this one out.

Let's open things up with our candidates, and give the people a broader view of who they are. Better, then just pep rally speeches. Here's some examples:

* give all candidates a high school standardized test for us to look and compare with. No preparation.
* view and compare candidates school transcripts.
* give all candidates an IQ test for us to see.
* provide a two page time line of each candidates life.
* have candidates answer a set of questions using a lie detector.
* have each candidate supply a one page essay for their goals of America.
* have a background check.

Verify this information for accuracy, then distribute to all people. This should allow Americans the opportunity to make wiser decisions when voting. It's only common sense.

Holladay, UT

A fiscal conservative, yet a war liberal is actually a fiscal liberal.

Don't be fooled again. We need to balance the budget.

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