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January 11, 2012


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Newt is intellectually and experiencially superior to all candidates, and if on the ground here, he seems to be backing and filling his intial dominance.


Huh, so Romney *isn't* a Condorcet winner?

Now I'm curious to see how Gingrich v. Santorum goes in a head-to-head. Santorum might be a CW, or there might not be one; either way, it'd be an interesting result.

Any chance you could include such a question next time?

LiberalFor Santorum

Everyone who doesn't want to have a Republican theocracy needs to support Santorum (because he will lose to Obama). Sad that Obama turned out to be the best choice, but these other yahoos are crazy. santorumforgop.tumblr.com

Obama 2012

I still think Gingrich has a chance.

Romney's negatives have not been raised enough with GOP voters... now that they are starting to be raised... let's see what happens.

If Gingrich wins South Carolina (as the new Insider Advantage poll indicates that he can) everything has changed.


Really NC? The three worst candidates? I am a disappointed North Carolinian....

Jon Huntsman 2012.

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