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wgadget
02-13-2011, 09:05 PM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02/13/AR2011021301463.html

Bruno
02-13-2011, 09:18 PM
Mitt Romney: For Romney, the nominal frontrunner in the 2012 nomination fight, his goal with his CPAC speech was to do no harm. He did far better than that with a very well-received speech and a strong second place finish in the straw poll. If any of the top tier candidates strengthened their hand at CPAC, it was Romney.

How pathetic. "Do no harm?" Lol. And Romney winning three years in a row then losing two years in a row to Ron Paul is supposed to be a strenthening of his hand? LMAO!! Is anyone really buying their bullshit?

mport1
02-13-2011, 10:26 PM
Lol, so winning the straw poll makes you a loser. "Ron Paul: Yes, he won the straw poll for the second straight year. But, Paul's speech to the CPAC crowd - heavy on talk of defunding the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as odd pronouncements like "government should never be able to do anything you can't do" - displayed the limits of his reach within the GOP. Paul is a sensation, to be sure. But with a sliver of the Republican electorate."

Paul4Prez
02-13-2011, 10:33 PM
I honestly think that much of the national media really believes that this is 2007, and Ron Paul is a little-known fringe candidate trying to sell an anti-war message to pro-war conservatives in the Republican primaries.

They seem oblivious to the facts: Ron Paul is much better known nationally now, his message and unmatched track record on smaller government resonates with much of the country, the wars he opposes are now Obama's wars, he has already proven he can raise money with the big boys, people aren't exactly enamored with the TSA (another issue he was right about), the economic disaster he predicted has multiplied his credibility a hundred-fold, and the grass roots network that has developed around him is far better organized and far more genuine than those supporting the other so-called front-runners.

Pauls' Revere
02-13-2011, 10:38 PM
I'm getting that sinking feeling that it's 2007-2008 all over again.

20 months to go...

20 months to go...

20 months to go...

Flash
02-13-2011, 10:39 PM
You can thank CPAC officials for this. THEY'RE the ones that originally gave the media this talking point. "Pay attention to Romney's strong second."

kahless
02-14-2011, 10:03 AM
I'm getting that sinking feeling that it's 2007-2008 all over again.

I honestly think that much of the national media really believes that this is 2007..

The Progressives in the media are setting things up to insure they win no matter which party the Presidency goes to. A Romney win would be no different from an Obama win. Romneycare = Obamacare, Romandate = Obamandate.

The people need to start protesting here against the media like the people protested against the government in Egypt. The media needs to be put inline so they will stop the lies.

angelatc
02-14-2011, 10:09 AM
Wouldn't you like to be an Obama supporter for just a day? To turn on the TV, or open a newspaper, knowing that the media would be positively glowing over your guy, no matter what he did or said?

Cap
02-14-2011, 05:37 PM
I honestly think that much of the national media really believes that this is 2007, and Ron Paul is a little-known fringe candidate trying to sell an anti-war message to pro-war conservatives in the Republican primaries.

They seem oblivious to the facts: Ron Paul is much better known nationally now, his message and unmatched track record on smaller government resonates with much of the country, the wars he opposes are now Obama's wars, he has already proven he can raise money with the big boys, people aren't exactly enamored with the TSA (another issue he was right about), the economic disaster he predicted has multiplied his credibility a hundred-fold, and the grass roots network that has developed around him is far better organized and far more genuine than those supporting the other so-called front-runners.

+Rep