GOP donors taking time choosing

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  • Esquire Springville, UT
    March 14, 2011 7:14 a.m.

    Rich donors should stay on the sideline. Government should not be owned by them, which is essentially the case now.

    Obama will win re-election, so donors should keep that in mind.

    Does the GOP really want a Massachusetts politician as their candidate? They are pretty right wing to allow that.

  • Gentile brookings, SD
    March 14, 2011 6:33 a.m.

    Obama is too leftist? Seriously? He is sitting in the center of the spectrum today and the right wing gop cannot get there. Obama is odds on favorite to win. The gop primary will pick a right winger, who will try to gentle coast to the center. And the Obama staff will point this out immediately.

    By the way, Romney did have a nice leftist health care plan for Mass. And it is working there, solving problems. I guess that would make him... a leftist? ouch!! ouch...

  • FDRfan Sugar City, ID
    March 14, 2011 5:34 a.m.

    As long as cash is the answer we will get Koch Brother- Forbes puppets rather than candidates with the ideas that are called for in these turbulent times. Im glad to see President Obama admit that he copied his Obamacare from Romneycare. True systems and Orders will always have their counterfeits. We need a president who cares about Americas declining measures of quality of life and not which country has the richest man. Is it just a coincidence that the country with the worlds richest man is seeing its citizens being slaughtered by the thousands or whose starving populace is willing to risk life and limb to escape its economic tyranny? If we let money determine who governs we will get a government led by Gadianton robbers.