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Romney wins Republican primaries in 5 states

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Good to see Romney had also called Governor Walker this election day to offer his congratulations on Walker's huge lopsided victory today in the recall election in Wisconsin.

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Right, Sailwind. He probably said, "I'm personal friends with those who donated from out of state the $40 million dollars to let you scratch by."

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Right, Sailwind. He probably said, "I'm personal friends with those who donated from out of state the $40 million dollars to let you scratch by."

He "scratched by" by actually increasing his vote total by the good people of Wisconsin in 2010 by more than 125,000 in todays recall election.

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Has Ron Paul given up yet?

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Obama must be shaking in his boots, er, golf shoes!

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Right, Sailwind. He probably said, "I'm personal friends with those who donated from out of state the $40 million dollars to let you scratch by."

As opposed to all the unions and other organizations from out of state that were oh so desperate to defeat him. Heh, yabits should poke his nose in here. He was loudly proclaiming Walkers defeat months ago. Glad to see he was wrong.

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Congrats to Mr. Romney, on his campaign to be elected this nation's leader starting next January. Though not conservative enough for me, he does have some traits that I admire, including:

not knowing "Reverend" Wright, Bill Ayers or any others in a host of anti-American/domestic terrorist radicals;

not being influenced at a young age by avowed Marxists;

not hanging out with Marxist professors while in college;

not "writing" two autobiographies about himself before he did anything.

knowing how to turn a profit from a traditionally financial losing enterprise; i.e., his successful stewardship of the 2000 Winter Olympics;

having executive experience. More than his opponent does even now.

RR

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Looking forward to the August republican convention where the delegates will vote to actually select the nominee.

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Looking forward to the August republican convention where the delegates will vote to actually select the nominee.

Be sure to congratulate Ronmey, won't you.

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"Be sure to congratulate Ronmey, won't you"

Let's just wait and see how it goes. There's a saying about not counting one's chickens til they're hatched. Taft proved that point.

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Neither side should have received out of state funding but unfortunately, the Republicans receive the most from out of state.

60% of Walker's campaign money came from out of STATE.

A state election should not receive money from people who do not even live in that STATE!

I find it sad just how much money talks in politics.

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I doubt Romney will win against Obama....He used to somewhat pro-choice and somewhat of a moderate Republican from Massachusetts.....then all of sudden changed into a "pro-life" politicians and speaking out like a far right Republican. That shows that he does flip flop on issues just to insure political success.

And I do not think most rational women would want Republicans to be in the majority power due to this stunt they have done:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/06/us/politics/senate-republicans-block-pay-equity-bill.html?ref=us

That and they also want to cut funding for Planned Parenthood, despite it helping poor women's healths.

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Let's just wait and see how it goes. There's a saying about not counting one's chickens til they're hatched.

Fair enough. However, I think far too many Paul supporters are assuming the number of hatching eggs in their favor is far larger than actually exist.

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Ben, fair enough, as you said. Romney really needs to make concrete steps to convince Paul supporters to support him, if he is selected at the convention, because if the Paul supporters are alienated as they have been by both the RNC and MSM, then Romney's result may be a big disappointment.

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When you look at who the Paul supporters are, you find a mix of Republicans, Democrats, and a lot of Independents. That composition is significant both for Romney and Obama. This election will prove to be unlike others in recent memory.

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