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September 18, 2013

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Jackie

As the Koch Bros. position their candidates for the White House the World sees them as comedy performers. There has to be one real Republican to step up. Rand Paul opens his mouth and something stupid comes out every time. Gov. Christi thinks playing a Mafia Soprano will win people over an telling reporters to shut up and calling minority men boy. The fake performance Christi has given with his Obama photo ops and now his joining with racist candidate Steve Lonegan clears things up. Jeb and Kelly are out, Cruz is Canadian nut, Rubio/Ryan lost their base Jindal and Santorum could not get their own State vote. Now as for the Dems the field is open as Hillary is the leader but should drop out my bet is on Gov. O'Malley who is like the 1972 Super Bowl winners the Miami Dolphins with the perfect season an the Media did not even know the players names.

Tina Rocha

Bottom line for me and most of my colleagues is if Bush or Christie are the Republican Establishment's candidates, there's going to be many more than 6 million Republicans staying home. McCain and Romney crashed and burned where both were Establishment darlings and you failed again after cramming these losers down our throats. You've had your chance and its now time for the New Republicans to take over so GTF out of our way Establishment, this isn't going to happen again, not this time. EOM....

Dantes

Marco Whobio? He jumped the shark, screwed the pooch supporting amnesty. We won't forget...he's dead to the GOP as a presidential contender.

Jose

"Six million Republicans" didn't "stay home" last year. Romney received more votes than McCain.

James Parker

Really Dantes? 15 year long pathway to citizenship is amnesty? That is twice as indentured servitude. Anyway, it's good to see Warren get double digits. Not bad for a joiner senator with little name recognition.

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