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April 28, 2011


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Huckabee is in. Hes been calling Iowa to get his staff back together, and he has the South wrapped up--even ahead of Newt in Georgia.


Its going to be really interesting to see how these poll numbers change as the field becomes more solidified. Where will Huckabee and Palin voters go if they dont run? Will Trump really run or is this all a publicity stunt? I was pretty sure he was just doing it for publicity but now that hes doing so well in the GOP polls I find it hard to believe that someone with an ego as big as his wouldnt go for it.


Well, yeah. Hes a Mormon.Impossible to say how much its a factor since theres no religion questions; however, Im sure it is a factor.


Not sure about Trump, seems to be kicking up some dirt on Obama.Suppose thats politics they are all there to out do each other.

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