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Politics: Republican Campaigns

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A Game

Welcome to the Supervillain or Newt Game, where you have to decide whether an idea comes from an indestructible megalomaniac hell-bent on ruling the world, or from a fictional supervillain. Play the game!

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Right Web

This past July, the New Republic’s Eli Lake claimed to discern in the emerging 2012 GOP presidential field the “end of the neocon consensus.”

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“I think a Paul win would be devastating for the state of Iowa and the caucus process,” added Sam Clovis, an influential talk radio host in Northwest Iowa who endorsed Rick Santorum Monday.

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The short version: Ignore Paul. “People are going to look at who comes in second and who comes in third,” said Gov. Terry Branstad. “If [Mitt] Romney comes in a strong second, it definitely helps him going into New Hampshire and the other states.”

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Jim Hofft

In case your were wondering why the liberal media was so excited this week about Jon Huntsman’s announcement that he would be running for president, my friends at Verum Serum put this faux ad together last month.

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Gee, hoodathunkitt? Paul Krugman hates Ron Paul. It is not enough for Dr. Paul to want to leave abortion to state legislatures (where the U.S. Constitution would place it), but the very fact that Dr. Paul is personally opposed to abortion and would n

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The Democrats have unveiled their keen new strategy... the game plan is to convince us that our American system of limited government and free markets has never worked.