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S.C. Predictions: If Romney Wins, He's the Nominee

There are 96 comments on the politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com story from Jan 15, 2012, titled S.C. Predictions: If Romney Wins, He's the Nominee. In it, politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com reports that:

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CNN reports:

Two influential conservative politicians in South Carolina predicted Sunday that Mitt Romney will effectively wrap up the Republican presidential nomination if he wins the upcoming Palmetto State primary.

Neither of the two politicians - Senator Lindsey Graham and Rep. Tim Scott - has endorsed any of the GOP hopefuls. They made their prediction on NBC's Meet the Press.

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J Sidney McCain

Brooksville, FL

#1 Jan 15, 2012
Willard Romney is the one !
Gravediggers

United States

#2 Jan 15, 2012
Wow, Obama went to church, again! What he won't do to get re-elected.

Since: Jan 07

Kingston, PA

#3 Jan 15, 2012
Then what is the point of going through the time, trouble and expense of parading all of these "would be kings" in front of the rest of us until late spring? PA's primary isn't until May and NJ's isn't until June 5. If the matter is to be decided before everyone who has to put up with one of another of these jokers for the next four years, we should at least have an opportunity to cast a meaningful vote.

A phrase from an old song..."clowns to the left of me; clowns to the right of me" comes to mind when I look at the pathetic field of opposition candidates and as far as Obama is concerned...well, we should all be concerned.
Makes sense

Dearborn, MI

#4 Jan 15, 2012
J Sidney McCain wrote:
Willard Romney is the one !
I hope not. Let's face it, Romney is in the .01% and doesn't care about the American Middle Class. He lost last time and will lose again. If RON PAUL does not get the nomination, I will vote for Obama.

Better a devil you know than a devil you don't. No one knows where Romney stands on ANY issue, other than vulure capitalism.

RON PAUL 2012!

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#5 Jan 15, 2012
What is funny is that you never hear anyone say or speak to anyone who actually likes Romney. So the entire reason he is winning is because people think he can beat Obama. Never mind that his conservative talking points are bull and that his record shows a liberal with an R behind his name who is even more of a lefty than Obama. It will be fun to see him win the white house and instantly become universally hated by the left and the right.
Cat74

United States

#6 Jan 15, 2012
These people shuld be mandated to stay in the primaries at least until super tuesday in march. Why should the East Coast get to make the choice? No one wants Romney, or Obama. It will ge quite a mess.
susi

Wantagh, NY

#7 Jan 15, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
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I hope not. Let's face it, Romney is in the .01% and doesn't care about the American Middle Class. He lost last time and will lose again. If RON PAUL does not get the nomination, I will vote for Obama.
Better a devil you know than a devil you don't. No one knows where Romney stands on ANY issue, other than vulure capitalism.
RON PAUL 2012!
And did you know on what issue, Obama stand when he became president? What I remember is that he was elected because everyone was mad with Bush, and not to many questions were asked. The only concern was to replace Bush for a Democrat, and Obama was the puppet, and he opened the hole bigger than what Bush left it. And if you don't know what Romney stands on any issue, then you should be paying more attention. Apparently you haven't been listening to him.

And if Romney lost in 2008 was because his own party elected John McCain, and he lost.
susi

Wantagh, NY

#8 Jan 15, 2012
David Ash Burroughs wrote:
What is funny is that you never hear anyone say or speak to anyone who actually likes Romney. So the entire reason he is winning is because people think he can beat Obama. Never mind that his conservative talking points are bull and that his record shows a liberal with an R behind his name who is even more of a lefty than Obama. It will be fun to see him win the white house and instantly become universally hated by the left and the right.
That will never happen, because he is eager to show that he is capable of running the country. Besides, if he is not going to do better than Obama, he will be a one term president. It is better to give him a try, than le Obama do more damage.
Cat74

United States

#9 Jan 15, 2012
That's right, the new guy can't possibly be any worse then what we have now.
rider

Marquette, MI

#10 Jan 15, 2012
susi wrote:
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That will never happen, because he is eager to show that he is capable of running the country. Besides, if he is not going to do better than Obama, he will be a one term president. It is better to give him a try, than le Obama do more damage.
Washington Times Headline June 29, 1989 | NowPublic Photo ...
Mar 2, 2005 ... Washington Times Headline June 29, 1989 by salsa. Original file can be found at http://www.iapprovethismessiah.com/spence.htm... ...

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Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#11 Jan 15, 2012
DUMP ROMNEY: Democrats Love Mitt Romney, the Weakest GOP Nominee

http://youtu.be/8vAmLFV19u8

Pick Perry, Santorum, or Newt

Since: Dec 07

Murchison, TX

#12 Jan 15, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope not. Let's face it, Romney is in the .01% and doesn't care about the American Middle Class. He lost last time and will lose again. If RON PAUL does not get the nomination, I will vote for Obama.
Better a devil you know than a devil you don't. No one knows where Romney stands on ANY issue, other than vulure capitalism.
RON PAUL 2012!
Ron Paul is worth 6 million dollars. You think he cares about the middle class? DUH
HTS

Mandan, ND

#13 Jan 15, 2012
Makes sense wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope not. Let's face it, Romney is in the .01% and doesn't care about the American Middle Class. He lost last time and will lose again. If RON PAUL does not get the nomination, I will vote for Obama.
Better a devil you know than a devil you don't. No one knows where Romney stands on ANY issue, other than vulure capitalism.
RON PAUL 2012!
You've just proclaimed to the world that you're a spineless Marxist. Ron Paul will eventually support Romney. Anyone who would vote to give Obama a second term has no love for what this country stands for. Your ratings are nothing less than the frustrations of a poor loser.
firehimnow

Springfield, OR

#14 Jan 15, 2012
TheOmniMatrix wrote:
DUMP ROMNEY: Democrats Love Mitt Romney, the Weakest GOP Nominee
http://youtu.be/8vAmLFV19u8
Pick Perry, Santorum, or Newt
They are all loozers, including all the vermin presently holding BOUGHT offices. No matter who is APPOINTED, s--t will stay the same or get worse a can kick at a time.We americans have the govt control we deserve for being so bat s--t stupid.
rider

Marquette, MI

#15 Jan 15, 2012
HTS wrote:
<quoted text>You've just proclaimed to the world that you're a spineless Marxist. Ron Paul will eventually support Romney. Anyone who would vote to give Obama a second term has no love for what this country stands for. Your ratings are nothing less than the frustrations of a poor loser.
Call Boys Take Midnight Tour of Reagan/Bush White House- NBC ...
May 6, 2008 ... NBC's Tom Brokaw in a 1989 TV news report on the infamous Washington Times ... See more info here: THE FRANKLIN COVERUP SCANDAL ...

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Since: Dec 07

Murchison, TX

#17 Jan 15, 2012
rider wrote:
<quoted text> Call Boys Take Midnight Tour of Reagan/Bush White House- NBC ...
May 6, 2008 ... NBC's Tom Brokaw in a 1989 TV news report on the infamous Washington Times ... See more info here: THE FRANKLIN COVERUP SCANDAL ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ehleJE5evBIXX - 127k -
5th time for this cut and paste left fabricated bullshit. Reagan worked in Hollywood with many gays and had no problem with them. He was instrumental in beginning the fight against AIDS, Bush led the fight against AIDS in Africa, NOT any fkn democrat President.

Reagan was the darling of social conservatives, despite being an inconsistent adherent to their norms. He is the only divorced man to serve as President. His years in Hollywood and exposure to gays in the movie industry left him about as comfortable with homosexuals as a man of his generation was likely to be. The first gay couple known to have spent the night as guests at the White House was long-time family friends interior decorator Ted Garber and his partner Archie Case.

More importantly, in 1978 as former Governor when he could have kept his views private, Reagan spoke out forcefully against the Briggs Initiative. That right-wing ballot measure in California would have allowed any teacher to be fired for 'advocating, imposing, encouraging or promoting' homosexual activity. Most observers credit Reagan's opposition as a key factor in defeat of the initiative by more than a million votes.

http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/gay/lesbia...

To everyone else, this is from a gay/lesbian website. Rider keeps posting his drival to attempt to claim Reagan had gay's in the Whitehouse. Yes, they were friends of his, he himself wasn't gay. Keep posting rider, I'm got missle lock.
rider

Marquette, MI

#18 Jan 15, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
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5th time for this cut and paste left fabricated bullshit. Reagan worked in Hollywood with many gays and had no problem with them. He was instrumental in beginning the fight against AIDS, Bush led the fight against AIDS in Africa, NOT any fkn democrat President.
Reagan was the darling of social conservatives, despite being an inconsistent adherent to their norms. He is the only divorced man to serve as President. His years in Hollywood and exposure to gays in the movie industry left him about as comfortable with homosexuals as a man of his generation was likely to be. The first gay couple known to have spent the night as guests at the White House was long-time family friends interior decorator Ted Garber and his partner Archie Case.
More importantly, in 1978 as former Governor when he could have kept his views private, Reagan spoke out forcefully against the Briggs Initiative. That right-wing ballot measure in California would have allowed any teacher to be fired for 'advocating, imposing, encouraging or promoting' homosexual activity. Most observers credit Reagan's opposition as a key factor in defeat of the initiative by more than a million votes.
http://www.windycitymediagroup.com/gay/lesbia...
To everyone else, this is from a gay/lesbian website. Rider keeps posting his drival to attempt to claim Reagan had gay's in the Whitehouse. Yes, they were friends of his, he himself wasn't gay. Keep posting rider, I'm got missle lock.
In a difficult footnote to the Reagan Centennial celebration, questions persist about Ronald Reagan's mental status during his White House days.

When did the Alzheimer's disease start? The debate has provoked the latest Reagan family feud. In his new book "My Father at 100," Ron Reagan contends his father showed signs of Alzheimer's Disease three years into his first term. He said he noticed it in the president's performance in the Oct.7, 1984, campaign debate with Democratic challenger Walter Mondale.

He writes, "My heart sank as he floundered his way through his responses, fumbling with his notes, uncharacteristically lost for words. He looked tired and bewildered."

"Knowing what we know now, about the nature of Alzheimer's disease, we know that, decades before symptoms begin arriving, changes are happening in the brain," Ron Reagan adds.

Since: Dec 07

Murchison, TX

#19 Jan 15, 2012
rider wrote:
<quoted text>In a difficult footnote to the Reagan Centennial celebration, questions persist about Ronald Reagan's mental status during his White House days.
When did the Alzheimer's disease start? The debate has provoked the latest Reagan family feud. In his new book "My Father at 100," Ron Reagan contends his father showed signs of Alzheimer's Disease three years into his first term. He said he noticed it in the president's performance in the Oct.7, 1984, campaign debate with Democratic challenger Walter Mondale.
He writes, "My heart sank as he floundered his way through his responses, fumbling with his notes, uncharacteristically lost for words. He looked tired and bewildered."
"Knowing what we know now, about the nature of Alzheimer's disease, we know that, decades before symptoms begin arriving, changes are happening in the brain," Ron Reagan adds.
Nobama has been doing that since 2008! What's the problem?
Quick, where's the teleprompter!
Cat74

United States

#20 Jan 15, 2012
Unfortunately Ronald Reagan would have been a much better President with full blown Alzheimers then Obama will ever be. Bringing him up now only enforces that belief. Obama has the mind of someone who used too much cocaine. That stuff affects the brain.

“Freedom Demands Responsibility”

Since: Aug 09

21st Century

#21 Jan 15, 2012
Woof, If Romney gets the GOP Nomination, he will not be elected President. I will vote for Ronald McDonald before voting for Obama, but Romney makes McCain look good!

Romney will lose!

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