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    Quote Originally Posted by HST4ME View Post
    When they quit being dicks to each other, acting like brats and one of them mans up to the issues at hand. Besides Paul, his extremeisms will only lead to more trouble. Dunno why I let myself get baited into this turd churners type thread anyhoo..
    Good effort there! I like a lot of what Paul stands for too. If only Huntsman and Paul blended some ot their better ideas and the result was a nominee with Huntsman's age, looks, experience and demeanor the Republicans would have a sure winner .

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    Polls in NH show Huntsman picking up points while others slide... One can only hope for the continuing political cannibalism by the so called "top tier" which will allow Huntsman to become the nominee. With him the Republicans might actually stand a chance ot beat Obama..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    I'm not pointing fingers at anyone specifically, but I think the reason that most conservatives haven't come out in support of a specific candidate for the GOP nomination is that no one has told them who to support yet. Remember Z, many conservatives are not one for original thought, they just know (because they were told) Obama is bad. It's that simple.
    More fool's talk. I know zer0 is bad by his track record and/or lack there of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    More fool's talk. I know zer0 is bad by his track record and/or lack there of.

    So why can't you specifically say which republican you support at this point to beat him????

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    Personally, None of the republican candidates so far are the "perfect" candidate. Most of them have some excellent ideas and some rediculas ideas. I like Newt. He has some baggage, but he also has a record of getting things done. ...I also do not think he will be the nominee. that being said, I will support whoever the nominee is....not to be in lockstep with the repubs....but to hopefully beat the current POTUS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    So why can't you specifically say which republican you support at this point to beat him????
    My candidate was brow beaten to death by the main stream media with unproved allegations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    You too! Who do you support ?? Certainly you are not ashamed to say ...are you???

    I see it the same as Havasu. I am an Independent and will support and vote for the Republican nominee. The reason is obvious, Hussein is a Marxist and the worst president ever. I have stated this before. To be goaded into arguments over "Yes we can" , seems irelevent at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    My candidate was brow beaten to death by the main stream media with unproved allegations.

    Well he's gone, so who now????

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Well he's gone, so who now????
    The DON! Hell, I don't know!
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    Wait a minute! I thought we were all supposed to write in "Quickjet"?????
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    Tommy please remove all Jimsplace quotes from your sig and don't put more back. He doesn't like it and it is against the rules. Thank you.
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    I very well may be doing just that depending who the Republican nominee is.....In past elections I occasionally write in Yogi Bear for some offices

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    I very well may be doing just that depending who the Republican nominee is.....In past elections I occasionally write in Yogi Bear for some offices
    Quick Jet or Yogi Bear... hard choice!
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    Yogi and boo would still be better then the sitting POS.

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