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Can Mitt Romney convince Arizona he is a true conservative?

• By Amanda Paulson, Staff Writer / February 14, 201
A Mitt Romney win in Arizona seems likely, but the state will provide a testing ground for whether Rick Santorum's social-conservative message can resonate in a less traditionally religious state.

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Comment by SamFox
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Mitt. Romney exposed   Snakes On A Campaign, M Romney, by Southern Avenger   Fake Conservative Mitt:   Romney is for big govt &war:


Overview of Santorum.    [Part `]     [P. 2]      [P.3]   Santorum's nephew goes for Ron Paul:    Santorum rails on freedom & individualism.   Gingrich:           Quote from Newt's mentors new age book, The Third Wave. From P2 of above link.    " Toffler believes mankind is entering a new system. To the founding fathers in his book, he wrote, "For the system of government you fashioned including the very principles on which you based it, is increasingly obsolete, and hence increasingly, if inadvertently, oppressive and dangerous to our welfare. It must be radically changed and a new system of government invented, a democracy for the 21st century. For this wisdom, above all, I thank Mr. Jefferson who helped create the system that served us so well for so long, and that now must, in its turn, die and be replaced." " [End]   More on the quote:                                                        Newt not conservative.

 Newt, CFR member:

This leaves only Ron Paul. He is the 'odd man out' in that Ron is the only Constitutional conservative running.On 2nd look, I'm not so sure Ron is the odd one...






Comment by Chip Saunders
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Actually, the question is;..."Can Mormon lemmings be convinced that following the church's orders to vote for Mitt is among the worst things they can do?"