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Old 01-16-2012, 09:49 AM  
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What do most major Republican leaders have in common right now?

They're endorsing Mitt Romney for President.

We'll start with Chris Christie:

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Old 01-16-2012, 09:52 AM   #2
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What most major Republican Sellouts have in common with Romney is they are unelectable for the position of president save for Ron Paul of course.
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RINOs endorsing RINO's.

Birds of a feather flock together and all that.

Methinks this is to also put a dent in this populist movement Ron Paul has inspired. Ya' know make Romney support to big to fail.
No wonder Christie is one of the first he knows what too big to fail means. Throwing their weight around.
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:56 AM   #4
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Of course, the list goes on and on. John Huntsman, Mike Huckabee, Tim Pawlenty, and numerous others. A fairly complete list can be found at http://race42012.com/2012/01/02/the-...-chart-update/

To be fair, there are 3 people endorsing Ron Paul, and 2 of them aren't even related to him.

Paul
Sen Paul (KY)
Rep Amash (MI)
Rep Jones (NC)

Romney
Gov Christie (NJ)
Gov Haley (SC)
Gov Heineman (NE)
Gov Otter (ID)
Sen Ayotte (NH)
Sen Blunt (MO)
Sen Brown (MA)
Sen Burr (NC)
Sen Cochran (MS)
Sen Hatch (UT)
Sen Hoeven (ND)
Sen Kirk (IL)
Sen Murkowski (AK)
Sen Risch (ID)
Sen Thune (SD)
Rep Alexander (LA)
Rep Amodei (NV)
Rep Bass (NH)
Rep Biggert (IL)
Rep Bilbray (CA)
Rep Bishop (UT)
Rep Black (TN)
Rep Bono Mack (CA)
Rep Calvert (CA)
Rep Camp (MI)
Rep Campbell (CA)
Rep Chaffetz (UT)
Rep Coble (NC)
Rep Crenshaw (FL)
Rep Diaz-Balart, L (FL)
Rep Diaz-Balart, M (FL)
Rep Dold (IL)
Rep Duncan (TN)
Rep Flake (AZ)
Rep Foxx (NC)
Rep Gerlach (PA)
Rep Griffin (AR)
Rep Grimm (NY)
Rep Hayworth (NY)
Rep Heck (NV)
Rep Herger (CA)
Rep Issa (CA)
Rep Lance (NJ)
Rep Lewis (CA)
Rep Lummis (WY)
Rep Mack (FL)
Rep McCotter (MI)
Rep McHenry (NC)
Rep McKeon (CA)
Rep McMorris Rodgers (WA)
Rep Miller (FL)
Rep Renacci (OH)
Rep Roe (TN)
Rep Rogers (AL)
Rep Rogers (KY)
Rep Rohrabacher (CA)
Rep Rokita (IN)
Rep Rooney (FL)
Rep Ros-Lehtinen (FL)
Rep Shock (IL)
Rep Simpson (ID)
Rep Smith (TX)
Rep Walden (OR)
Rep Whitfield (KY)
Lt Gov Bell (UT)
Lt Gov Bolling (VA)
Lt Gov Darr (AR)
Lt Gov Ivey (AL)
Lt Gov Krolicki (NV)
Lt Gov Little (ID)
Lt Gov Treadwell (AK)
AG Horne (AZ)
AG Olens (GA)
AG Schneider (ME)
AG Schuette (MI)
AG Shurtleff (UT)
AG Suthers (CO)
AG Wasden (ID)
Ex-Gov Carcieri (RI)
Ex-Gov Dunn (TN)
Ex-Gov Ehrlich (MD)
Ex-Gov Keating (OK)
Ex-Gov Owens (CO)
Ex-Gov Pawlenty (MN)
Ex-Gov Ray (IA)
Ex-Gov Sununu (NH)
Ex-Gov Wolf (DE)
Ex-Sen Allard (CO)
Ex-Sen Brown (CO)
Ex-Sen Coleman (MN)
Ex-Sen Danforth (MO)
Ex-Sen Dole (KS)
Ex-Sen Dole (NC)
Ex-Sen Gregg (NH)
Ex-Sen Mack (FL)
Ex-Sen Martinez (FL)
Ex-Sen Quayle (IN)
Ex-Sen Smith (OR)
Ex-Sen Talent (MO)
Ex-Sen Voinovich (OH)
Ex-Rep Beauprez (CO)
Ex-Rep Djou (HI)
Ex-Rep Edwards (AL)
Ex-Rep Ehlers (MI)
Ex-Rep Emery (ME)
Ex-Rep English (PA)
Ex-Rep Hastert (IL)
Ex-Rep Kelly (NY)
Ex-Rep Knollenberg (MI)
Ex-Rep Lazio (NY)
Ex-Rep Molinari, (NY)
Ex-Rep Molinari, S (NY)
Saul Anuzis (MI)
Rick Bennett (ME)
Zoraida Fonalledas (PR)
Donna Gosney (WV)
Holly Hughes (MI)
Ron Kaufman (MA)
Bob Maginn (MA)
Louis Pope (MD)
Laird Stabler (DE)
Jan Staples (ME)
Joyce Terhes (MD)
Bill Palatucci (NJ)
Joseph Trillo (RI)
Betsy Werronon (DC)

Clearly, all are RINOs.
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:57 AM   #5
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RINOs endorsing RINO's.

Birds of a feather flock together and all that.

Methinks this is to also put a dent in this populist movement Ron Paul has inspired. Ya' know make Romney support to big to fail.
No wonder Christie is one of the first he knows what too big to fail means. Throwing their weight around.
A very intelligent criticism of Chris Christie.
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Of course, the list goes on and on. John Huntsman, Mike Huckabee, Tim Pawlenty, and numerous others. A fairly complete list can be found at http://race42012.com/2012/01/02/the-...-chart-update/

To be fair, there are 3 people endorsing Ron Paul, and 2 of them aren't even related to him.
Waaaa! Did the Boston Globe's endorsement help Huntsman? Did the Union Leader's endorsement help Gingrich?

Paul has received the endorsement of Senator Tom Davis of SC who is well known there. The other GOP hopefuls were courting Davis for this endorsement. "Other GOP hopefuls have said a Davis endorsement could change the race for the nomination." Davis feels it is Paul who has the best chance to defeat Obama as he is the true conservative and his rhetoric matches his record whereas the others "talk about change only during political campaigns as a way to get elected, or we can finally elect a candidate who will walk the walk and make that change a reality — restoring our bottom line, our individual liberties and our national pride in the process."

Read more here: http://www.islandpacket.com/2012/01/...#storylink=cpy


When you have disgust at the Establishment then Establishment endorsements are just what they are.—left-leaning endorsements.
Lemme know when an actual fiscal conservative makes an endorsement. LOL!
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Old 01-16-2012, 10:04 AM   #7
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Waaaa! Did the Boston Globe's endorsement help Huntsman? Did the Union Leader's endorsement help Gingrich?

Paul has received the endorsement of Senator Tom Davis of SC who is well known there. The other GOP hopefuls were courting Davis for this endorsement. "Other GOP hopefuls have said a Davis endorsement could change the race for the nomination." Davis feels it is Paul who has the best chance to defeat Obama as he is the true conservative and his rhetoric matches his record whereas the others "talk about change only during political campaigns as a way to get elected, or we can finally elect a candidate who will walk the walk and make that change a reality — restoring our bottom line, our individual liberties and our national pride in the process."

Read more here: http://www.islandpacket.com/2012/01/...#storylink=cpy


When you have disgust at the Establishment then Establishment endorsements are just what they are.—left-leaning endorsements.
Lemme know when an actual fiscal conservative makes an endorsement. LOL!
It's always nice to get an endorsement from someone that really matters.
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A very intelligent criticism of Chris Christie.
It's a joke. Rent a sense of humor.

The Establishment RINOs are trying to make Romney too big to fail though.
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Of course, the list goes on and on. John Huntsman, Mike Huckabee, Tim Pawlenty, and numerous others. A fairly complete list can be found at http://race42012.com/2012/01/02/the-...-chart-update/

To be fair, there are 3 people endorsing Ron Paul, and 2 of them aren't even related to him.

Paul
Sen Paul (KY)
Rep Amash (MI)
Rep Jones (NC)

Romney
Gov Christie (NJ)
Gov Haley (SC)
Gov Heineman (NE)
Gov Otter (ID)
Sen Ayotte (NH)
Sen Blunt (MO)
Sen Brown (MA)
Sen Burr (NC)
Sen Cochran (MS)
Sen Hatch (UT)
Sen Hoeven (ND)
Sen Kirk (IL)
Sen Murkowski (AK)
Sen Risch (ID)
Sen Thune (SD)
Rep Alexander (LA)
Rep Amodei (NV)
Rep Bass (NH)
Rep Biggert (IL)
Rep Bilbray (CA)
Rep Bishop (UT)
Rep Black (TN)
Rep Bono Mack (CA)
Rep Calvert (CA)
Rep Camp (MI)
Rep Campbell (CA)
Rep Chaffetz (UT)
Rep Coble (NC)
Rep Crenshaw (FL)
Rep Diaz-Balart, L (FL)
Rep Diaz-Balart, M (FL)
Rep Dold (IL)
Rep Duncan (TN)
Rep Flake (AZ)
Rep Foxx (NC)
Rep Gerlach (PA)
Rep Griffin (AR)
Rep Grimm (NY)
Rep Hayworth (NY)
Rep Heck (NV)
Rep Herger (CA)
Rep Issa (CA)
Rep Lance (NJ)
Rep Lewis (CA)
Rep Lummis (WY)
Rep Mack (FL)
Rep McCotter (MI)
Rep McHenry (NC)
Rep McKeon (CA)
Rep McMorris Rodgers (WA)
Rep Miller (FL)
Rep Renacci (OH)
Rep Roe (TN)
Rep Rogers (AL)
Rep Rogers (KY)
Rep Rohrabacher (CA)
Rep Rokita (IN)
Rep Rooney (FL)
Rep Ros-Lehtinen (FL)
Rep Shock (IL)
Rep Simpson (ID)
Rep Smith (TX)
Rep Walden (OR)
Rep Whitfield (KY)
Lt Gov Bell (UT)
Lt Gov Bolling (VA)
Lt Gov Darr (AR)
Lt Gov Ivey (AL)
Lt Gov Krolicki (NV)
Lt Gov Little (ID)
Lt Gov Treadwell (AK)
AG Horne (AZ)
AG Olens (GA)
AG Schneider (ME)
AG Schuette (MI)
AG Shurtleff (UT)
AG Suthers (CO)
AG Wasden (ID)
Ex-Gov Carcieri (RI)
Ex-Gov Dunn (TN)
Ex-Gov Ehrlich (MD)
Ex-Gov Keating (OK)
Ex-Gov Owens (CO)
Ex-Gov Pawlenty (MN)
Ex-Gov Ray (IA)
Ex-Gov Sununu (NH)
Ex-Gov Wolf (DE)
Ex-Sen Allard (CO)
Ex-Sen Brown (CO)
Ex-Sen Coleman (MN)
Ex-Sen Danforth (MO)
Ex-Sen Dole (KS)
Ex-Sen Dole (NC)
Ex-Sen Gregg (NH)
Ex-Sen Mack (FL)
Ex-Sen Martinez (FL)
Ex-Sen Quayle (IN)
Ex-Sen Smith (OR)
Ex-Sen Talent (MO)
Ex-Sen Voinovich (OH)
Ex-Rep Beauprez (CO)
Ex-Rep Djou (HI)
Ex-Rep Edwards (AL)
Ex-Rep Ehlers (MI)
Ex-Rep Emery (ME)
Ex-Rep English (PA)
Ex-Rep Hastert (IL)
Ex-Rep Kelly (NY)
Ex-Rep Knollenberg (MI)
Ex-Rep Lazio (NY)
Ex-Rep Molinari, (NY)
Ex-Rep Molinari, S (NY)
Saul Anuzis (MI)
Rick Bennett (ME)
Zoraida Fonalledas (PR)
Donna Gosney (WV)
Holly Hughes (MI)
Ron Kaufman (MA)
Bob Maginn (MA)
Louis Pope (MD)
Laird Stabler (DE)
Jan Staples (ME)
Joyce Terhes (MD)
Bill Palatucci (NJ)
Joseph Trillo (RI)
Betsy Werronon (DC)

Clearly, all are RINOs.
Perhaps you haven't noticed congress' approval rating?

Currently ranges from 9%-27% and most major polls show the average around 13%.
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Bob Dole is on RF's list!

Bob Dole that guy who went around congress when Obamacare was being pushed, trying to twist the arms of Republicans—THAT Bob Dole ! ( Republican Corporatist )

Dole is a dinosaur.
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Waaaa! Did the Boston Globe's endorsement help Huntsman? Did the Union Leader's endorsement help Gingrich?

Paul has received the endorsement of Senator Tom Davis of SC who is well known there. The other GOP hopefuls were courting Davis for this endorsement. "Other GOP hopefuls have said a Davis endorsement could change the race for the nomination." Davis feels it is Paul who has the best chance to defeat Obama as he is the true conservative and his rhetoric matches his record whereas the others "talk about change only during political campaigns as a way to get elected, or we can finally elect a candidate who will walk the walk and make that change a reality — restoring our bottom line, our individual liberties and our national pride in the process."

Read more here: http://www.islandpacket.com/2012/01/...#storylink=cpy


When you have disgust at the Establishment then Establishment endorsements are just what they are.—left-leaning endorsements.
Lemme know when an actual fiscal conservative makes an endorsement. LOL!
Yes, I saw where Tom Davis's endorsement of Ron Paul was being heralded as a "game changing endorsement".

On Ron Paul's web site.
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Bob Dole is on RF's list!

Bob Dole that guy who went around congress when Obamacare was being pushed, trying to twist the arms of Republicans—THAT Bob Dole ! ( Republican Corporatist )

Dole is a dinosaur.
It's a whose who of failure and complete lack of understanding of what this country needs.
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Perhaps you haven't noticed congress' approval rating?

Currently ranges from 9%-27% and most major polls show the average around 13%.
Well played!

Plus the two from Florida are RINO's.

As for any in there that do lean more toward conservativism—it's prolly just because Willard is for a war on Iran. ANYTHING, ANYTHING for mass murder of Persians and killing as many Ay-rabs as they can to keep us safe.

Afterall, it's never really about the money—or lack of—it's about what they want to spend it on.
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Yes, I saw where Tom Davis's endorsement of Ron Paul was being heralded as a "game changing endorsement".

On Ron Paul's web site.
I am just being the messenger on that part. I think, however, that was meant regarding SC more.
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KC—I wonder how many are afraid to come out and endorse Paul for the sake of their political careers?
I read in 2008, there were some who were afraid to do that and told Paul that he would still have their support privately.
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BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.BucEyedPea is obviously part of the inner Circle.
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