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March 12, 2012


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Ron McCune

The Republicans have a dilemma on there hands. Do they want to have run for president the moderate Romney who that can't trust or the conservative Santorum who can't get elected because Gingrich won't put his ego aside and quit the race. Will the Republicans let Gingrich ruin the conservative movement because he fears riding off into obscurity. Stay tuned.


In the end, Newt's persistence will pay off. The other candidates have no depth, but we all know how tenacious Newt can be, and we all know he would devastate Pres. Obama in a presidential debate. Rick Santorum's failure to maintain top position is simply because ultra-conservatives don't like dodgy answers and fake smiles. Newt however, is very direct and to the point and he doesn't conceal his true feelings on any subject.


Their real dilemma is convincing the 99% that the trickle-down program will work this time around.


Republicans: The Cave Man Party! Oh, wait, there were no Cave Men in The Bible. Oops!

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