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No birthday skydiving this year?
Well he is getting up there - turns 88 next month.
There's been reports that he is in pretty bad health.
Pretty great Romney ad
In this Mitt Romney ad, former NBC anchor Tom Brokaw talks about Newt Gingrich reprimand. BRUTAL AD
@fivethirtyeight: Several reports say Herman Cain to endorse Newt Gingrich tonight.
Too little too late.
Santorum's 3 year old daughter is in the hospital and fighting for her life. Trisomy-18, it's a miracle she even made it this long. Just terrible. Hits a little too close to home for me.
Maybe its time to quit and be with your family Rick.
You could tell something was wrong at the last debate, he got a major frog in his throat on the question about his wife when he said "she can't be here, she's at home....being a mom"
WTF how could you keep it together being away during this.
Most politicians are sociopaths.
New poll by Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald/Bay News
NBC has Romney +15 and Rasmussen has him +16. I was going to say that I'm struggling to think of a race that's seen a 20+ point swing in less than a week....but then I remembered that this race went from Mitt +15 to Newt +9 in about a week also. Other than this though.....I got nothing.
Well, I mean, that’s what it is. I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.
This is the perfect time for him to drop out and save face.
So right now, if Santorum stays in it virtually guarantees a Romney victory. If he drops out, the race probably goes back to around 50/50 and Gingrich could realistically win. A win in Florida could end Romney as the Republican establishment would abandon him and desperately search for a plan B. Gingrich would become the Republican frontrunner and would see an infusion of $ and support. So basically, Santorum controls Florida right now, and Florida could decide the nomination.
Here's the part where it gets interesting. Romney knows this. Gingrich knows this. Santorum knows this. What do you think Santorum can leverage out of either campaign?
I read somewhere that Rick's wife is 51. That means she was 48 when that little girl was born. People really should not be having babies when they're that old, you're just asking for something to go wrong.
Perhaps, but that would require that people who are older stop having sex ... because Rick Santorum doesn't exactly believe in birth control, let alone abortion.
It's amazingly irresponsible. I wouldn't wish this on anyone, these type of genetic abnormalities are horrible to deal with. They were lucky she even survived at all, let alone 3 years. But the risk for this goes up significantly with a mother's age, and ignoring that is an awful thing to do. Selfish beyond belief.
While this is probably a pretty good prediction of what would happen if Santorum drops out, I just find it funny that the ultra social conservative supporters would flock to Gingrich...then again I wouldn't really expect logical thought from that voting bloc.
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A cabinet spot ?
MARYLAND. The area they’re now calling the DMV—D.C./Maryland/Northern Virginia—might be the country’s richest talent mine.
I do not believe that the "social conservative" vote of Santorum would break in Gingrich's favor enough to overcome Mitt. An article from the LA Times has the poll showing Mitt ahead in double digits, plus this comment,
"Romney has opened up a huge gender-gap advantage over the thrice-married Gingrich, whose second wife recently made controversial remarks about her ex-husband. Women voters are essentially deciding the Florida race, according to the Mason-Dixon poll. It showed women favoring Romney over Gingrich by 19 points. Men divided evenly between Romney and Gingrich in the Mason-Dixon poll."
Mitt Romney is headed for a decisive victory in Tuesdays Florida primary, if two new statewide polls out Sunday are the least bit accurate.
It's gonna be nice to see that whiny bitch try and extend this out all the way to the convention. I'm sure that won't pull down your party's chances of beating an incumbent President who's already freely raising large sums of reelection money!
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
All of your delegate questions answered in one chart...
How does Paul only have 1 more delegate than Huntsman?
4th place doesn't get many (and in most instances, any) more delegates than 5th or 6th place...
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