An Insurgency in Texas: Romney and th...

An Insurgency in Texas: Romney and the New Establishment:

There are 2 comments on the story from Jul 27, 2012, titled An Insurgency in Texas: Romney and the New Establishment: . In it, reports that:

Depending on what happens in November, the nomination of Mitt Romney will be widely regarded as a safe and therefore wise choice, or else as a historic blunder.

Either way, his nomination is bound to be seen as a fluke: after a years-long conservative insurgency, Republicans somehow selected a candidate who can’t plausibly present himself as one of the insurgents—most days, Romney campaigns as if the Tea Party doesn’t exist.

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June 48th 2012

Carol Stream, IL

#1 Jul 27, 2012
Dr. Bill_mr! relax...Obama n Romney r step-brother it"s all da same to occuppie the Y House;-000h. let it"s go-ok;) 2day is fry Day

Austin, TX

#2 Jul 27, 2012
The only change Odummer left non rich Americans is a dime and a couple pennies in their pocket books. Rob em Romney will take your change and your pocket book.

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