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Gary Johnson: Mitt Romney’s Worst Nightmare?

Pragmatic Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 2:49 PM
Mitt Romney is the trojan pony of the GOP. Only democrats want romney as the gop nominee. Romney has the democrats' back just like obama has the muslims' back. Obama=romney: dogs, religion, polygamy The us doesn't need another wimp-democrat in the white house. America needs leaders that know what it means to serve their country (either themselves or their children). Palin or Perry/West 2012, because America needs strong conservative men and women leaders in charge NOW! Mitt Milquetoast Romney is not what America needs....dump mittens now....america can do much. much better!
The Sloandog Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 4:23 PM
Wow Prag ! You started out so well with your moniker choice and you are trying so hard to seem like a good conservative...I guess I'll have to give you an "E" for effort but you get an"F" for fake.
shelfos Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 8:35 PM
Texas Jim Wrote: Apr 23, 2012 5:43 AM
Actually I think Prag did pretty good - except the Palin (who I think is totally great btw and would make an outstanding Energy Secretary) and Perry/West 2012 stuff. Ain't gonna happen.

Romney is not a conservative - he has to think about it too much. And sometimes, unfortunately, he gets it totally wrong. It's not down in his bones. But you see, the GOP establishment can't be bothered by all those real, hard working Americans out there who want their country back - read: smaller government, less regulation, lower taxes. They're too busy hanging on to the power of their committee chairmanships, and going-along-to-get-along so they get invited to all the right cocktail parties, while driving the rest of us off the debt cliff.

A new national poll making headlines today shows former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson polling at 6 percent nationally. Via BuzzFeed:

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Okay, so there’s that. Frankly, I think the last time I heard Gary Johnson’s name mentioned in the national media was when he plagiarized Rush Limbaugh’s witty comments about the Obama administration’s failed “shovel-ready” boondoggle during a GOP debate last year. In any case, it’s probably safe to assume he’s far from building a coalition of...