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Thread: Wha'? Apparently Ron Paul approached Romney about ATL debate?

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    Wha'? Apparently Ron Paul approached Romney about ATL debate?

    So Tweeted Jamie Dupree.

    ????



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    That is one rumor. I doubt either Romney or Ron started it, so I wonder how accurate it is. But Ron isn't likely to win Georgia against Newt, and two days off a northernmore trip..... for two minutes of speaking time, if history is any guide....

    There is another debate on the 27th or something.
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    He said:


    jamiedupree (@jamiedupree)
    2/16/12 8:09 PM
    Evidently Ron Paul's campaign first approached the Romney camp about not doing the March 1 debate in Atlanta

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    This was a good move. It was in gingrich's backyard of GA, the crowd would have been blood thirsty for iran and islamic extremist talk

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    why is gingrich still in this race......
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    I'm gonna go wIth self adulation?



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    The doughboy will be done soon enough.

    Rev9
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    The doughboy will be done soon enough.

    Rev9

    Isn't he predicted to win several southern states? Why would he quit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Isn't he predicted to win several southern states? Why would he quit?
    IDK, my Dad died today and I'm drunk. He isn't even on the ballot in all of the states?
    Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.
    -Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Isn't he predicted to win several southern states? Why would he quit?
    Only one I know he will for sure win is Georgia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    The doughboy will be done soon enough.

    Rev9
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    "I'm thinkin' we'll rise again"


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    He really has not reason to quit as long as he keeps getting funded. And I'm sure he's having fun $#@!ting all over Romney in the debates.

    Looks like he's in it till the end. Like Dr. Paul, this is probably his last political attempt at anything.

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    As I posted in the other thread, I think it was a huge mistake, if it's true. We need Newt to "surge" again and take votes away from Santorum! A 4-way race is the best way for Paul to win the caucus states such as WA, ID, ND, etc.

    Otherwise, Santorum could win again like he did in MN and CO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    IDK, my Dad died today
    Sorry to hear, my condolences.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    IDK, my Dad died today and I'm drunk. He isn't even on the ballot in all of the states?

    Yes. May God Bless you and your Dad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    IDK, my Dad died today and I'm drunk. He isn't even on the ballot in all of the states?
    My condolences
    There is enormous inertia a tyranny of the status quo in private and especially governmental arrangements. Only a crisis actual or perceived produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around. That, I believe, is our basic function: to develop alternatives to existing policies, to keep them alive and available until the politically impossible becomes politically inevitable
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    IDK, my Dad died today and I'm drunk. He isn't even on the ballot in all of the states?
    My condolences to you for your loss....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ2 View Post
    As I posted in the other thread, I think it was a huge mistake, if it's true. We need Newt to "surge" again and take votes away from Santorum! A 4-way race is the best way for Paul to win the caucus states such as WA, ID, ND, etc.

    Otherwise, Santorum could win again like he did in MN and CO!
    o you mean the straw poll vote? , delegates is where we won in colorado.
    2016 gop est business as usual, rules do not apply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    IDK, my Dad died today and I'm drunk. He isn't even on the ballot in all of the states?
    I'm sorry to hear that. All the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Isn't he predicted to win several southern states? Why would he quit?
    He'll quit because he won't win any more states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    The doughboy will be done soon enough.

    Rev9
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    Why would Newt quit or should quit? This race has been extremely volatile. After winning Iowa, he did horrible in New Hampshire, barely beat Paul in SC and Florida and finished last in Nevada. A lot of people here said he should get out...he stayed in and swept the next three contests. Nobody should get out of the race...such a back and forth, extremely volatile race. I seriously question people's political analysis here.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rede View Post
    I'm sorry to hear that. All the best...
    This is terrible news. I think I will get drunk in sympathy.
    Question Authority !

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    I thank you good folk for your sympathies. It is alright, despite being a neocon he was good father and a good man, he taught me a lot about the world. He chose his fate, and could never go against the establishment in anything, and despite my pleading with him to not continue the chemo therapy he let the dr. murder him, but stage 4 pancreatic adenocarcinoma is bad even without the chemo. Most patients get 3 months.

    I will miss him, RIP Dad.
    Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.
    -Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCOTUSman View Post
    Why would Newt quit or should quit? This race has been extremely volatile. After winning Iowa, he did horrible in New Hampshire, barely beat Paul in SC and Florida and finished last in Nevada. A lot of people here said he should get out...he stayed in and swept the next three contests. Nobody should get out of the race...such a back and forth, extremely volatile race. I seriously question people's political analysis here.
    This is along the lines of what I was thinking. Romney should unleash hard-hitting Santorum attacks which will help Newt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    I thank you good folk for your sympathies. It is alright, despite being a neocon he was good father and a good man, he taught me a lot about the world. He chose his fate, and could never go against the establishment in anything, and despite my pleading with him to not continue the chemo therapy he let the dr. murder him, but stage 4 pancreatic adenocarcinoma is bad even without the chemo. Most patients get 3 months.

    I will miss him, RIP Dad.
    wishing you and your family the best man, sorry for your loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanmkeisling View Post
    I thank you good folk for your sympathies. It is alright, despite being a neocon he was good father and a good man, he taught me a lot about the world. He chose his fate, and could never go against the establishment in anything, and despite my pleading with him to not continue the chemo therapy he let the dr. murder him, but stage 4 pancreatic adenocarcinoma is bad even without the chemo. Most patients get 3 months.

    I will miss him, RIP Dad.
    I'm sorry for your loss

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