Someone was missing from last week's Republican presidential debate, and that's too bad. He's an announced candidate who was a two-term governor of New Mexico, and he makes a case for strongly limited government.
Gov. Gary Johnson on the economy and government spending: "I think we're on the verge of a financial collapse."
The GOP race for the 2012 presidential nomination arguably gets underway Thursday night in South Carolina.
The most recent polls show President Obama leading all of his potential GOP opponents and, in fact easily defeating most of them in hypothetical 2012 elections. The common reaction, even among seasoned commentators and politicos at this point is to shrug ones shoulders and say: “Who Cares?”
The results of the CPAC straw poll demonstrate the bizarre nature and overall oddity of this year's gathering of "conservatives."
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