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Politics: Republican Campaigns

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www.youtube.com

AmericanLP, a new Democratic Super PAC, announced today that it is launching a new advertising campaign designed to mock Mitt Romney and the current state of the Republican Party. AmericanLP has produced a new ad entitled "French Mitt Romney."

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www.politico.com

Michele Bachmann, asked just now by CNN’s John King about a statement from her South Carolina spokesman saying Newt Gingrich is buying votes, said her campaign has heard that “money is changing hands.”

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nationalreview.com

A hard-fought presidential primary campaign is obscuring the uncharacteristic degree of unity within the Republican party. It has reached a conservative consensus on most of the pressing issues of the day.

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Reuters

Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul declared on Wednesday his campaign was "peaking at the right time" as polls show him closing in on the two perceived front-runners. The libertarian congressman from Texas with a passionate core of followers co

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commondreams.com

If Newt had really said what the headlines claimed: “Gingrich Calls Palestinians an ‘Invented’ People,” I would have shrugged and said, So what? Americans are an invented people too. So are British, Chinese, and every other national group.

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The Signal

When I predict the outcome of the primary, I am predicting what the data tells me, not what I wish would happen. I applaud Paul's strength of conviction, both when I agree and disagree with him. Paul's main path to victory is winning Iowa, becoming t

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www.rasmussenreports.com

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney remains on top of the New Hampshire Republican Primary field, but the race for second place between Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul is a lot closer than it was just two weeks ago.

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The Comedy Channel

Jon Stewart couldn’t believe Mitt Romney missed a chance to hammer Newt Gingrich at the last GOP debate. The Daily Show host thought Romney had many answers to choose from on what he disagreed with the former House Speaker over, listing some of them

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