Romney lands key endorsement in crucial swing state -- Iowa

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The Des Moines Register, Iowa's largest newspaper, endorsed Mitt Romney for president Saturday, reversing its 2008 support for President Barack Obama and marking the first time the paper has endorsed a Republican in 40 years.
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Iowa n Romney

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Right on! The Des Moines Register hasn't endorsed a Republican for 40 years!
conservative crapola

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Iowa currently has 6 to 7-thousand people employed in the wind power industry. So, now, the register also wants to get rid of those jobs like rugby. 10-4.

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Conservatives, Libertarians, the Republican Party and Mitt Romney, to say "and we the American people also", must come to grips with this moment in time and our role in denying Barack Obama his life-long goal of "transforming" us into his slaves working on his government plantation.
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Really wrote:
Conservatives, Libertarians, the Republican Party and Mitt Romney, to say "and we the American people also", must come to grips with this moment in time and our role in denying Barack Obama his life-long goal of "transforming" us into his slaves working on his government plantation.
Too bad the cons don't represent the Gary Johnson backers, the Ron Paul backers and all the other legitimate candidates that will be siphoning votes from rugby.

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Iowa n Romney wrote:
Right on! The Des Moines Register hasn't endorsed a Republican for 40 years!
Long time...a clear sign barry has lost his luster.
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Obama is still throwing it against the wall pretty hard - looks like it simply isn't sticking anymore.
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right on Iowa....Romney/Ryan 2012
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Iowa: If Obama is re elected the damage that he sill be able to do will ruin this country for the next 50 years. In his recent comments that he admitted that he was going to do more of the same that he has done these last 4 years. That means more spending raising increasing the debt. And the excuse will be used to raise taxes for every one in order to pay down the debt. By that time we will be with the same problem that many countries in Europe are going through.
The approval rating of Obama should be in the low 30's if that much.. I can't even try to come up with common sense when comes to many of you that want to go over the cliff with Obama. He has not done a damn thing for this country. Except to say to the world that it's our fault the way the world is today. Many of you may think it's BS to watch the Documentary 2016. But if you will pay attention to the last 30 mins of it, you will then come to the same conclusion that we can't survive and 2016 will become a nightmare. I've been a Democrat all of my life and I am voting for Romney, he does have the business smarts to put this country back on the right track. Iowa it's up to you. God Bless America
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Iowa n Romney wrote:
Right on! The Des Moines Register hasn't endorsed a Republican for 40 years!
That would be Nixon. They really know how to pick'em up there.

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