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Utah GOP Sen Mitt Romney, former presidential candidate and governor, won't seek reelection in 2024

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By MICHELLE L. PRICE

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rino for life. go home. stay home. do your menial chores around your ranch. just stay the hell away from the public.

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Last ounces of sanity leaving the Republican party.

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Randy JohnsonToday  06:28 am JST

rino for life. go home. stay home. do your menial chores around your ranch. just stay the hell away from the public.

I'm hoping we can get an entertaining party platform from the Republicans one of these days. Something like "end the federal government". Even the military needs to go according them. Maybe they will then go to something like "the Confederacy was right".

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He's too honorable for today's GOP.

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Has he still got binders of women?

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Nobody can beat Trump...

LOL !!..

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rino for life. go home. stay home. do your menial chores around your ranch. just stay the hell away from the public.

Funny how he was loved by conservatives as a Private Equity fat cat going up against Obama but became a Marxist swamp dweller after questioning Trump.

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I didn't care so much for Romney before, but compared to Trump, hmm . . . Romney looks so much better. McCain, rest in peace, did too, for that matter. This certainly isn't your grandparents' Republican Party anymore. It needs a different name now, something more darker and more sinister.

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I didn’t vote for Romney because I disagreed with his policy proposals, but I’ve always admired him.

The Senate will be less for his absence.

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