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Republicans Appear to Be Rallying Around Romney

juanitavaldez Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 7:50 AM
Solyndra "stimulus" Fast and Furious Obama. Work hard, donate, talk non-stop with real people (not just here online) about the damage Mr. Obama has done to freedom and to our children's futures. Romney will turn around the obama disaster
Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 8:59 AM
Romney will turn around the obama disaster

Doubtful , Romney will manage the mess more effectively but he is a big government statist that views government as the solution a republican Anti-Reagan , he is already putting together a republican dream act for immigration after savaging his opponents positions, Hypocrisy is Romneys middle name
Happy Jake Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 9:42 AM
What Romney won't do is make a positive effort to strangle American business, as Obama has. He'll spend a lot, and he'll probably tax a lot, but he won't be sending the FBI after Gibson Guitars because they might have the wrong kind of wood. I doubt he'll appoint to the NLRB people who think it's the government's place to prevent Boeing from opening a new plant in a Right to Work state. THAT'S the Obama legacy.
Capt-Call Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 9:57 AM
I'm not too sure about that , Romney hurt small business in Mass with massive fee increases and his state was ranked 47th in job creation under his tenure . while romney will leave gibson and boeing alone we will not see any substantial change in the tax laws or federal government under him if his past record is an indicator . That means he will just be obama lite

WASHINGTON -- Remember all the pundits who warned that the poisonous Republican presidential primary battles threatened to divide the GOP and seriously weaken their nominee? They were wrong.

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, who will be the party's 2012 presidential standard-bearer, has not only seen his party support soar, he has also taken the lead in the head-to-head matchup polls against President Obama.

It didn't make the network news shows Monday night, but the Gallup Poll officially began its daily tracking polls in the presidential race this week. Its survey of registered voters across the country showed Romney...