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Politics: Republican Campaigns

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Mondoreb & Ginn

Rudy Giuliani is prepared for anything: terrorists, Democrats, even space aliens. The following exchange took place today at a campaign stop in Exeter, NH. A small boy in the audience asked about the possibility of interstellar attack. "If (the

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War Street Journal

The Republican Party, known since the late 19th century as the party of business, is losing its lock on that title. New evidence suggests a potentially historic shift in the Republican Party's identity -- what strategists call its "brand.**

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Although only polling four percent in the mainstream media, Ron Paul is taking the Internet by storm and is now given a 4 to 1 chance to win the presidency. Through YouTube and MySpace, Ron Paul continues to accumulate a following of young and old,

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Bloomberg

Dozens of corporate executives who backed President George W. Bush for re-election in 2004, including some of his top fund-raisers, are now helping Democrats running for president. John Mack, chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley,

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Bloomberg

Dozens of corporate executives who backed President Bush for re-election in 2004, including some of his top fund-raisers, are now helping Democrats running for president. John Mack, CEO of Morgan Stanley, Rupert Murdoch, chairman of News Corp., and T

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LA Times

The credit crisis that has hit home mortgages and shaken worldwide financial markets is turning into a political albatross for President Bush and Republican presidential contenders, piling atop an unpopular war in Iraq and eroding traditional GOP cla

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Washington Post

Thirteen months before President Bush was reelected, chief strategist Karl Rove summoned political appointees from around the government to the Old Executive Office Building. The subject of the Oct. 1, 2003, meeting was "asset deployment,"

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After Surveying 3000 Republican Americans by phone these are the results: Ron Paul - 45% Mitt Romney - 20% John Mccain - 8% Giuliani - 7% None of the above - 20%

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Muckracker Report

August 10, 2007 -- If Rudy Giuliani thinks he’s the only Republican candidate who can beat Hillary Clinton, as was reported in the London Telegraph recently, then he must not be aware of what New York City firefighters are saying about him, or what h

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Washington Times

"There is an overwhelming presence of neoconservatives and absence of traditional conservatives that I don't know what to make of," said Richard V. Allen, former Reagan White House national security adviser.

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Capitol Hill Blue

Ron Paul's Presidential campaign continues to rule the roost in online polling. How much longer will it be before either the mainstream media provide the kind of coverage the campaign deserves or before darker forces emerge.

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Christian Science Monitor

The economy may be playing second fiddle to the Iraq war, but pocketbook issues are emerging as important voter concerns. Polls show strong undercurrents of public anxiety about healthcare, gasoline prices, and the effects of global competition.

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