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Published: Thursday, Jan. 26 2012 10:35 a.m. MST

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

'Poll: Romney and President Obama even in Florida' - title

You mean like Rick Santroum and Mitt Romney...

in Iowa?

**Iowa vote dosent resolve GOP search for identity by Charles Babington AP Published by the DSNews 01/04/12

How about South Carolina?

http**'Analysis: Gingrich wins means grueling GOP fight' - By Charles Babington - AP - Published by The DSNews - 01/22/12

'Gingrich's come-from-behind victory Saturday in the South Carolina primary snatched away the quick and easy way for the GOP to pick its presidential nominee. Only days ago, it seemed that party activists would settle for Romney...'

Again that's:

Gingrich, SC.

Santorum, Iowa.

Romney, New Hampshire.

Obama dosen't even need to start RUNNING for his re-election campaign yet!

Brother Chuck Schroeder
A Tropical Paradise USA, FL

YES I VOTED for Mitt Romney. Forgive me?. I just did not know. Because of my vote Romney and President Obama even in Florida in early voting. The BIG ONE comes on the 31st of Jan. My truthful views.

While Mitt Romney is attacking Newt Gingrich on his ties to mortgage giant Freddie Mac, it turns out he has Freddie ties close to home himself.

The Daily Caller reports that some of Romneys closest advisers or the firms that employed them, were paid "hundreds of thousands maybe millions of dollars on behalf of failed mortgage giant Freddie Mac."

The Romney campaign did not respond to the claims.

Former Rep. Susan Molinari was among them. She now is one of Romney's top aides but was paid to stop any meaningful regulation in the years before the housing mortgage giant crashed, according to the report.

One of Romneys top economic policy advisers, Vin Weber, worked for a firm, Clark & Weinstock, which was paid $360,297 by Freddie.

Gingrich spokesman R.C. Hammond told the Daily Caller: "We'd like to know when Gov. Romney is going to ask his own advisers to return their money."

I hate Newt also.

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