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OPINION

Selling Them Short? 2012 GOP Candidates Work to Improve Image, Connect

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In some circles, the Republican 2012 field has been written off faster than last year's business expenses.

Newt Gingrich lacks discipline. Mitt Romney's health care law was too similar to President Obama's. Nobody knows who Tim Pawlenty is.

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All are common swipes against the budding crop of presidential hopefuls jockeying for the chance to take on Obama next year. But election analysts say these candidates still have a solid shot at competing, if they can just work out the kinks in their campaign

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/05/27/selling-short-2012-gop-candidates-work-improve-image-connect/#ixzz1NZsTZKB5

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