(CNN) – Because we’ve seen so many ups and downs in this race for the Republican presidential nomination, I’d like to recommend that we all take a deep breath and let the process play fully itself out.
I say this because so many pundits already assume that Mitt Romney has it in the bag. He’s certainly is a front-runner for the nomination, but he’s not there yet.
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It will be interesting to hear Romney now that he is in NH – re Obamacare. Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist who helped craft both the Massachusetts and the national legislation, said they're the same bill. He called Romney's attempt to take credit for one while disavowing the other "disingenuous." In 2006 Gingrich writes that he and his colleagues “agree entirely with Governor Romney and Massachusetts legislators that our goal should be 100% insurance coverage for all Americans.” He strongly endorses the individual mandate: The people that vote for the GOP have such short attention spans they have no idea what they support.
The Romney crew brought in McCain to endorse him. Wonderfiul. That is the one who brought in Sarah Palin .
Florida Joe hit the nail on the head in regards to pompous but vacuous Truth and nothing but the Truth.
"Sorry Rudy but that sounded like a RethugliKKKlan's rambling."
And as usual Dominican mama 4 Obama can't seem to make a civil comment. Sorry to burst your bubble, but not all Republicans think or act the way that you think we do. This coming from someone who is neither a Democrat or Republican, but has seen the good and bad in both.
Wolf,It really don't matter if we are Republican or Democrat seems that neither party has a person that cares about the small working man.The canidates and Obama both have something in common,they'll tell the American people that they can shape up the economy when in reality none of them care.