2012 Presidential Election
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  1. On Native GroundLET People Without Health Insurance Die? not in VermontRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2011 | American Reporter

    At last week's "Tea Party" Republican presidential debate, CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked Texas Congresssman Ron Paul this hypothetical question: a 30-year-old man in good health elects not to purchase health insurance. He then has a major medical crisis that requires expensive care.

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  2. Obama promised hope and change but delivers only more campaigningRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2011 | Examiner.com

    The U.S. Constitution sets limits for the government, and declares citizens of the United States as free to pursue life, liberty, and happiness. As we get closer to the 2012 presidential election, President Barack Obama has abandoned his duty as president, a job he's done tenuously at best, in order to campaign for re-election.

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  3. Campaign 2012A Mind of HS OwnRead the original story

    Aug 12, 2011 | American Reporter

    You really have to wonder why Ron Paul can't win the Republican nomination. Consider this: He's the only candidate who tells the truth.

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  4. Voter Suppression - The Name of the Republican Game for Defeating...Read the original story

    Jul 20, 2011 | Democracy for Metro Detroit

    It should be clear to all but the most steadfast of reality deniers that the strategy of the Republican Party for the presidential election next year is to cause another recession and hope the voters blame President Obama. "...In the case of African Americans, it would be hard even for Rove to argue that Obama is a racist.

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  5. Rubio defends repeated Obama criticism in debate; vows to 'keep saying it'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Fox News

    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday touted his debate performance, amid criticism about "scripted" responses and him needing to repeat his opposition to President Obama to defend a sustained attack by GOP presidential rival Chris Christie. Christie, the governor of New Jersey, argued during the Saturday night debate that Rubio would be like Obama if elected -- a freshman senator leading the country with essentially no experience running a government.

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  6. Marco Rubio defends his 'robotic' moment: 'I would pay them to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Norwalk Citizen News

    Sen. Marco Rubio defended the moments in Saturday night's GOP debate during which he repeated the same statement attacking President Barack Obama almost verbatim four times, even as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called him out for repeating a "memorized, 25-second speech." On ABC's "This Week," Rubio told host George Stephanopoulos that he hopes the clip of what some have called "robotic" keeps getting airtime.

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  7. Marco Rubio Defends Debate - Glitch' About Barack Obama:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Fairfield Citizen-News

    Registration will allow you to post comments on fairfieldcitizenonline.com and create a fairfieldcitizenonline.com Subscriber Portal account for you to manage subscriptions and email preferences. Marco Rubio is standing by his repetitive GOP debate comments about President Obama that many are calling "robotic" or a "glitch."

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  8. Jeb Bush calls Donald Trump a loserRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | KXLY-TV Spokane

    A very fired up Jeb Bush brought a New Hampshire crowd to its feet Sunday, when he called Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump a loser. "It's a sign of weakness when you make fun of the disabled," Bush said.

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  9. The Latest: Kasich addresses immigration reforms in debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Cybercast News Service

    The Latest on the race for president, with candidates focusing on New Hampshire, which holds the first primary in the 2016 race on Tuesday : Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he "couldn't even imagine" ripping families apart by deporting immigrants living in the country illegally and says doing so doesn't match American values. Kasich says he'd make passing comprehensive immigration reform a priority within the first 100 days of his presidency.

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  10. Donald Trump Stands by As His Debate Rivals Hit One AnotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | The New Yorker

    Ted Cruz used his closing statement at Saturday night's Republican Presidential debate, in Manchester, New Hampshire, to praise, in sonorous terms, his own political bravery. He had been told that opposing ethanol subsidies would be "political suicide"; he stood up anyway, and Iowa's caucus-goers had put "country and our children above the cronyism and corporate welfare" to vote for him.

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  11. Rubio springs back from Republican debate glitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Bangkok Post

    Marco Rubio, the young Republican senator fast building momentum in the race for the White House, came back swinging Sunday after a mauling in the latest presidential debate for his lack of experience. The charismatic Florida senator floundered at the start of the Saturday night showdown, just days before the crucial New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.

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  12. Rival Republican presidential candidates attack RubioRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | The Echo

    " Rubio is a gifted politician but we did that with President Obama, who has divided the country", said Gov. Jeb Bush, comparing Rubio to the president - both first-term senators when they launched their presidential bids. "It's one the reasons why I'm not running for re-election to the Senate and I'm running for president", Rubio said.

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  13. Republican debate: Rubio and Christie clash on track recordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | The Echo

    No Republican has won the presidential nomination without winning either the Iowa caucuses or the New Hampshire primary since the 1970s, but it would not technically be impossible. President Barack Obama has banned waterboarding, which was used by the Central Intelligence Agency under Bush .

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  14. When Ted Cruz slams Trump for 'chutzpah,' should Jews be offended or honored?Read the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, participating in the Republican presidential debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, Feb. 6, 2016. Ted Cruz, the Texas Republican senator running for president as an anti-establishment maverick, has once again been accused of making Jews collateral damage in attacks on his insider rivals.

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  15. Ap Fact Check: Fumbles from the Republican fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    " Viewers of the latest Republican presidential debate didn't get a straight story from the candidates on U.S. taxes vs. the world, the state of the health insurance marketplace under "Obamacare" or what might happen if that law is taken away. WASHINGTON " Viewers of the latest Republican presidential debate didn't get a straight story from the candidates on U.S. taxes vs. the world, the state of the health insurance marketplace under "Obamacare" or what might happen if that law is taken away.

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  16. Marco Rubio Looks Past Shaky Debate PerformanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | TIME.com

    Here Are the Words People Looked Up During the Republican Debate Watch Bernie Sanders and Larry David Play Each Other on Saturday Night Live Florida. Sen. Marco Rubio defended his repetitive critique of President Barack Obama during Saturday night's presidential debate, saying he'd continue to argue that he believes Obama was calculating in his attempt to change the country.

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  17. After the New Hampshire Republican Debate: Who is the Best of the Worst?Read the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | OpEdNews

    By analyzing the performance of the major Republican candidates in the recent New Hampshire presidential debate, the severe weaknesses of nearly all of those candidates stand out clearly. After the recent New Hampshire Republican presidential primary debate, just before the New Hampshire Primary, who is the "best of the worst" when it comes to the abysmal set of Republican presidential candidates? Let us take them one-at-a-time and focus on some highlights of their debate positions, to answer that vital question.

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  18. Marco Rubio Defends Repeated Attack of Presiden...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | KXRO radio

    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio defended repeating an attack he made against President Obama during Saturday's Republican presidential debate, in which he said on four separate occasions that he wanted to dispel the notion the president doesn't know what he's doing. "It's what I believe and it's what I'm going to continue to say, because it happens to be one of the main reasons why I am running," Rubio said in an exclusive interview on ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" the morning after the debate.

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  19. a Rubio Defiant On - Glitch' Debate Video: Ia d Pay Opponents to - Keep Playing It'aRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Breitbart.com

    His pushback came as opponents ridiculed him for repeating his talking points during the Saturday debate with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the other GOP candidates. "I would pay them to keep running that [debate] clip because that's what I believe passionately," he said during an interview on ABC's This Week With George Stephanopoulos.

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  20. 'Big men' setting back hopes for democracy in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Stars and Stripes

    When then-President Bill Clinton visited Africa in 1998, he praised "a new generation of leaders" as champions of a dawning "African Renaissance." Uganda's Yoweri Museveni was one of them: Two years before, he'd been elected president after a decade as a military ruler.

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