S.C. Predictions: If Romney Wins, He'...

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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Cat74

United States

#98 Jan 18, 2012
Democrats make up their facts, because they think we forgot the trillions of dollars thrown away by the President, and his capitalist cronies, the Green things. Today he threw away thousands of jobs by letting the Republicans bring in the Keystone Pipeline early in 2013. The jobless, and many Union jobless will turn on the Democrats in the election.
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#99 Jan 18, 2012
McGruff wrote:
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it don't. There is no connection and no responsible person could make that connection. So explain how they are the same. I want to hear the twisted rumblings of the liberal minds.
If you can not figure it out there is no need to explain it to you because it would be a waste of time and you would not comprehend it anyway. Do you vote? I hope not.
McGruff

Greensburg, KY

#100 Jan 18, 2012
Tony wrote:
<quoted text>If you can not figure it out there is no need to explain it to you because it would be a waste of time and you would not comprehend it anyway. Do you vote? I hope not.
so you can't explain it? Pity! Very much a pity!
Jen

Germany

#101 Jan 18, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
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Ron Paul is worth 6 million dollars. You think he cares about the middle class? DUH
Yes, it is the only republican candidate, who cares about USA and about people from USA = just middle class and it is time to UNDERSTAND it and to HAVE normal president of USA for US people and not global, criminal moron for global wars and debts, which are much more than income of 3/4 countries of the world. How do you see future of your country? It is very bad and sad future and it is time to change it and it is the last chance to change it - only Ron Paul can begin these return to normality, because he is the only normal politician there, who cares about interests of USA = people from USA.
Cat74

United States

#102 Jan 18, 2012
Gringrich is fast moving to second in S C, possibly even first. Romney is done. Once it came out he doesn't pay more then 15% in taxes, he was finished. Besides you couldn't fault Obama on Obamacare, as long as we had Romneycare in Mass.
McGruff

Greensburg, KY

#103 Jan 18, 2012
Cat74 wrote:
Gringrich is fast moving to second in S C, possibly even first. Romney is done. Once it came out he doesn't pay more then 15% in taxes, he was finished. Besides you couldn't fault Obama on Obamacare, as long as we had Romneycare in Mass.
how much should he pay? He pays 5% on capital gains. Just like everyone else.
Cat74

United States

#104 Jan 18, 2012
You know that, and I know that, but all the sweaty masses will know is here is a guy with $250,000,000. and he pays very little taxes, as compared to the middle class. Besides, even some Republicans are looking for a good reason not to vote for him.
McGruff

Greensburg, KY

#105 Jan 18, 2012
Cat74 wrote:
You know that, and I know that, but all the sweaty masses will know is here is a guy with $250,000,000. and he pays very little taxes, as compared to the middle class. Besides, even some Republicans are looking for a good reason not to vote for him.
how much money one has has nothing to do with how much tax you pay. It is how much income and how that income is earned. This is why we need a flat tax. That way everyone pays and we all pay the exact same thing.
swedenforever

Laurel, MD

#106 Jan 19, 2012
Cat74 wrote:
Democrats make up their facts, because they think we forgot the trillions of dollars thrown away by the President, and his capitalist cronies, the Green things. Today he threw away thousands of jobs by letting the Republicans bring in the Keystone Pipeline early in 2013. The jobless, and many Union jobless will turn on the Democrats in the election.
AIG,Lehman Brothers,Chrysler,GM,Citigroup ,Goldmann Sachs,JP Morgan,Wells Fargo are thankful to this Prez for avoiding a financial collapse
Cat74

Westmont, IL

#107 Jan 19, 2012
Whatever you thik Obama has done unless Americans see a much better future soon he will be voted out of office in November. You cannot be reelected on promises. If he had done anything he could run on his record, but he has no record. He bumbled around for years, and now he has to show some progress at fixing the unemployment, and financial messes. Too late
The Daily Bugle

Spring Hill, FL

#108 Jan 20, 2012
Romney is sweating his nuts off over financial disclosure and his love of vulture capitalism.

He's got nobody fooled except delusional types.
Cat74

Palatine, IL

#109 Jan 20, 2012
Romney was the candidate chosen by the RINOs, and the media. Now Republicans can go to the polls, and vote, and it won't be for Romney. We don't want a radical. That hasn't worked in the past 3 years, but we want someone who understand how Government works, respects the Constitution, and can find his way to the bathroom without a map.
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#111 Jan 20, 2012
Romney needs to make public his tax returns for the time he was at Bain Capital.
spud

New York, NY

#112 Jan 20, 2012
It's too late for Romney to make nice. He's already exposed as a weasel. How much do people need to realise that Ron Paul is the only one that isn't this type of political weasel?
spud

New York, NY

#113 Jan 20, 2012
swedenforever wrote:
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AIG,Lehman Brothers,Chrysler,GM,Citigroup ,Goldmann Sachs,JP Morgan,Wells Fargo are thankful to this Prez for avoiding a financial collapse
All that says is that this Democratic president has adopted one of the worst Republican pholosophies in order to appear politically acceptable. Sad.
Cat74

Mchenry, IL

#114 Jan 20, 2012
Where is the Kenyan's income tax returns? Let's see them after 3 years on the take.

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