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Mitt, Rick and Newt

jonposton Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 6:21 PM
Seriously?? I expect this kind of bias from the mainstream media, but why is TH hopping onboard the "ignore Ron Paul bandwagon". Article is titled "Mitt, Rick, and Newt", as if Rich Galen thinks Ron Paul is irrelavant. His only mention of Paul is that Newt came in fourth behind Paul. Seriously?? You give play to the one in LAST place and the one who quit, but ignore the only real alternative to Mitt. Galen, you do a grave injustice to the American population and to journalism.
Frank130 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 9:03 AM
You are exactly correct. If the economy crashes or gas goes to $5/gallon, Romney MIGHT get elected, but he'll do so without the support of the majority of the Ron Paul supporters. Ron Paul & the desire for true reform (return to a small, Constitutionally limited government) will not go away. We don't need no stinking left of center Romney!
Agent Crawfish Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 6:24 PM
Because Paul is politically irrelevant.
Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 6:42 PM
I find it interesting that idiots like you, attach yourself to a guy whose entire record has been left of center and then call yourself conservative too funny
TexasChris Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 7:44 AM
Paul is beating Gingrich in delegates AND popular vote. So I guess that Newt LESS than irrelevant.
Barbara1247 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 12:20 PM

Rick Santorum called it a day yesterday afternoon.

In one of those weird campaign events, Santorum's folks tried to keep what the event was to be under wraps until about 2 pm Eastern.

But, the staff got buffaloed into giving up the fact that Santorum would be "suspending" his campaign so, by the time the event started at about 2:20, every person on the planet with a Twitter account was writing about it.

Santorum's withdrawal from the campaign was a paradox: He had done too well to stay in any longer.

The Pennsylvania primary will be held on April 24. If...