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This just in: Donald Trump has bowed out of moderating the NewsMax debate in Iowa later, announcing his decision in a statement saying he will not give up the option of running for president as an independent. Trump: The Republican Party candidates a

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Washington Post

Ron Paul is the Rodney Dangerfield of Republican presidential candidates. The 12-term Texas congressman ran for president on the Libertarian Party ticket back in 1988 and was widely seen as a sideshow in 2008, despite finishing third in the GOP field

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Aaron Biterman posted his list of "Top 25 Reasons to Oppose RON PAUL's 2012 Campaign." I repeat his list below, exactly as it appeared on the web site Jewish Libertarians on 12/7/11, interspersed with my commentary (

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"Here's the latest Ron Paul video, focused on two important points that every voter needs to know. Dr. Paul has been consistent in his message for over 30 years, and the other candidates have been jumping on his bandwagon.

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by Patrick J. Buchanan via

Rubio was pushing to have the U.S. Senate pressure Obama into fast-tracking Georgia into NATO, making Tbilisi an ally the United States would be obligated by treaty to go to war to defend.

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World Net Daily via e-mail

'Republican Presidential Candidate Positions Matrix' provided by the Southern New Hampshire 912 Project provides candidate positions on several topics, side-by-side.

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At the Republican Jewish Coalition forum, Jews commemorate the miracle of incredibly religious Christian presidential candidates fighting over who loves Jews more.