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December 06, 2011


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Michael Sadowsky

I think Gingrich is going to pull it out. It's true that so far the pattern has been collapse after collapse of the anti-Romney, but just as prevalent has been Romney's inability to breech his ceiling. If there's even a semi-credible anti-Romney left, they should be able to beat Romney.

Gingrich may be the last one, but I don't think it will be easy to topple him. After all, even Cain managed to lead the polls for a month while he made screw up after screw up, such as fumbling on his abortion stance. It took half a dozen allegations of sexual assault to take him down. Gingrich on the other hand has been in the spotlight for decades, so he should be even harder to take down. If Gingrich's many faults made him unpalatable to the modern GOP, he would never have risen to begin with.

Obama 2012

When I read this: "In North Carolina Gingrich is at 51% to 14% for Romney" ... I literally exclaimed "Holy Sh*t" ... this thing really is Gingrich's to lose.

Romney's only hope is for a Gingrich fumble.

Jessica carver

Ron Paul all the way!!!!! NC

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