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Published: Wednesday, March 21 2012 12:45 a.m. MDT

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Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

The writing is on the wall and the final winner of the GOP nomination has been determined. Hint: It isn't Gingrich.

JWB
Kaysville, UT

The money would flow more if the other 3 candidates would acquiesce and allow Mitt to take full advantage of the process for the GOP instead of trying to be negative about each other. The President will do enough of the negative in his campaign as he did in the 2008 campaign with the McCain and Palin campaign. His highly paid staff in Chicago is biting at the bit to do his campaign, officially. He is making so many campaign activities in the name of the President’s official business at 5 activities around the country, just today. He is definitely transparent with these types of campaign trips calling them “energy” trips or whatever the speech is going to be for the day, such as recovering economy due to government controlled requirements, etc.

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

Is big GOP money finally flowing? It has been flowing, just like the geiser (rush to the top) economics of the conservative party since reagan's cronies conned America in to believing in trickle down.

Take a look that's when the middle class started losing ground to Corporate America.

A1994
Centerville, UT

@Happy Valley Heretic

"Take a look that's when the middle class started losing ground to Corporate America."

I AM the middle class. I am paying twice as much for gas as I was 4 years ago. High gas prices are eating the budget and causing food prices to go up rapidly as well (not to mention the fact that the treasury keeps printing money and making mine less and less valuable.) Is this what you people on the left call 'progress'? Is this the good life?

America has the longest run of high unemployment since World War II. Do you seriously expect us to believe in Obama and the Democrats for four more years? What, in the next four years, is Barack Obama's plan to help lower unemployment and create economic growth? The answer is that he doesn't have a plan. He has NO IDEA what to do.

no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Mitt seems to make some headway, then something happens to scare the voters.
This Etch A Sketch story, which comes from his own campaign advisor, is the latest example. How could this be seen as a beneficial picture of Mr. Romney? Santorum and Gingrich now each have their own Etch A Sketch for a visual aid.
Is this their way of "coming together for the GOP" to help Romney?
Respect for Romney is diminishing as advisors continue to promote their candidate with such metaphors. What comes from the mouths of people running the Romney campaign is telling, though...
There is a mountain of trouble ahead should Romney become President. Now he must work even harder to convince voters he can keep a thought for more than a nano second.

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