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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 7:33 am 
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http://www.newsmax.com/Ruddy/bachmann-romney-big-winners/2011/06/13/id/399910

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Overall the debate showed energy and excitement among the Republicans, one of whom will likely challenge Obama in 2012 on turning America around. It's early still, and the winner of debates like these may not turn out to be the winner of the upcoming primaries.

I recall that in 2008, Mike Huckabee was the clear winner in the Republican debates. Yet he failed to wrest the nomination from John McCain, though Huckabee would have made a strong presidential candidate in 2008 and a good president had he been elected.

So maybe there is a lesson here, the GOP should pick the winner of these primary debates as their candidate.




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Hmm, that needs correcting. Let me fix it:
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Overall the debate showed energy and excitement among the Republicans, one of whom will likely challenge Obama in 2012 on turning America around. It's early still, and the winner of debates like these may not turn out to be the winner of the upcoming primaries.

I recall that in 2008, Mike Huckabee was the clear winner in the Republican debates. Yet he failed to wrest the nomination from John McCain, though Huckabee would have made a strong presidential candidate in 2008 and a good president had he been elected.

So there is a lesson here, the GOP should pick the winner of the 2008 primary debates as their candidate.

There! Much better now... :wink:



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:59 pm 
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QuoVadisAnima wrote:
Hmm, that needs correcting. Let me fix it:
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Overall the debate showed energy and excitement among the Republicans, one of whom will likely challenge Obama in 2012 on turning America around. It's early still, and the winner of debates like these may not turn out to be the winner of the upcoming primaries.

I recall that in 2008, Mike Huckabee was the clear winner in the Republican debates. Yet he failed to wrest the nomination from John McCain, though Huckabee would have made a strong presidential candidate in 2008 and a good president had he been elected.

So there is a lesson here, the GOP should pick the winner of the 2008 primary debates as their candidate.

There! Much better now... :wink:


I really can't imagine how freaked out the mainsteet professional Republicans are at this time. The resulting buzz of the debate is propelling a Romney vs. Bachmann struggle. One candidate has a resume as thin as Obama's in relation to governmental experience and executive experience and is a high wire act that can come off the rails at any moment. The other really does look like the guy who laid you off. Actually my 16 year old said it best about Romney, "he doesn't bleed he leaks hydrolics."

If those turn out to be the two main choices, LOTS OF FOLKS will want another and clearly that will likely exclude the ones who are already in.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:22 pm 
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Southern Doc wrote:

If those turn out to be the two main choices, LOTS OF FOLKS will want another and clearly that will likely exclude the ones who are already in.


I have someone in mind :wink:



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:25 am 
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ROTF Southern Doc! That is probably one of the best descriptions of Bachmann that I have seen. Hey, whatever it takes to change Huck's "not now" to "now" I'll go along with!

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