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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Whimsical numerical analysis

CANDIDATE MICHIGAN ARIZONA
Mitt Romney 41% 50%
Rick Santorum 37 24
Newt Gingrich 7 16
Ron Paul 12 9
Others 3 2

==========NH:
xref: 50 – 41 = 9
41 – 37 = 4; xref; elbows
24 / 50 = about 50%, actually 2 shy of 50%; xref: 2. Also xref; 25 – 24 = 1
7; xref: sa’i laps; xref; sorry; xref: faces of the world; xref: Eide side vs. Tawaf and backs of the world; xref; Ramadan side.
7 and 16; xref; Sa’i laps again and sorry and whose football jersey number; and what else. Also xref; 32 who else’s football jersey number and where who was last doing things right in track and field or what?

Ron Paul 12 and 9; xref: who had 12 students and the fecundity and secrecy of the number 9

3 and 2; xref; “Do you think it’s reasonable to take five personal breaks a day?” xref: “Do you think it’s reasonable to pray five times a day?” 3 – 2 = 1 and what else? Prime numbers, bout downs, and Korea 2123 – a new name for South Korea to show a prayer for reunification; xref; update your nation’s name why?
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TWEET RESULTS RE: SEARCH – RON PAUL

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JD76
1:09 AM MST
The republican party should just admit their fidelity to their corporate masters, acknowledge their role in the collapse of our economy, declare their desire to reduce the working class to serfdom, and disclose their intentions of gaining personal wealth at the expense of America’s dreams. 
 
The truth will set them free. And then, they will no longer have to pretend to care what happens to this country.
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angie12106
12:29 AM MST
Yep – stuck on Stupid. 
Stupid worked in 2010 and Republicans think it’ll work again in 2012. 
FAIL. 
 
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Cobalt1
12:28 AM MST
“I wish I could take Jon Huntsman’s foreign-policy experience and put it together with Newt Gingrich’s this and Mitt Romney’s that and Rick Santorum’s that,”…. 
 
Uhh, but you’d still end up with a prospective president who’d try to push our country backwards with the same old trickle-down economics that got all but the top 20% of us in the mess we are in today. And even if you are part of the 20% or so that’s doing great… how long will this last? If no one is given a chance to defend themselves against corporate abuse, and the middle class continues to get walked on and evaporate… then who will be left to buy the goods and services the rich folks need us to buy to keep their companies afloat and stock portfolios from crashing? 
 
Wake up. The primary reason the President’s not helping our country more is that a bunch of folks who can’t stand that he is our President are trying to block any and everything he does to try to make him a “one term President.” I don’t need to make this up. They admitted it three years ago, and have been doing it ever since. 
 
So why, regardless of which traits the GOP candidate has or doesn’t have would anyone (who really thinks about what they would do in office) want any of them leading our country back into the ditch they’ve been trying to keep us in ever since the drove us here in the first place? 
 
Wake up.
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angie12106
12:27 AM MST
Yep – stuck on Stupid. 
Stupid worked in 2010 and Republicans think it’ll work again in 2012. 
FAIL. 
 
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Alan5633
1/7/2012 11:41 PM MST
The GOP should stop $ucking so much. I’m going to have to vote for Obama now just because these bo0bs aren’t providing us with a credible alternative. Really, the GOP is offering us a corporate raider and a bible nut who’s last name is a dirty word. This is exactly why we shouldn’t have a two party system.
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exco
1/7/2012 11:47 PM MST
Then don’t limit yourself to looking at two parties. Look at Americans Elect.
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BetsyRossAMERICAN
1/7/2012 11:30 PM MST
A lot of talk about homosexuality going on, but really, homosexuality is not going to be at the top of the Republican priorities.  
 
Hopefully enough republicans support same sex marriage, that if the Repubs win, the same sex marriage issue can garner a victory. 
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FredinVicksburg
1/7/2012 11:28 PM MST
If an organization wanders around lost, eventually it will stumble into a tar pit. A future civilization will examine its bones.
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DaveoftheCoonties
1/7/2012 11:19 PM MST
Crossing a frozen lake barefoot for Ron Paul bring up images from Valley Forge, complete with bloody footprints. Perhaps a barefoot march for Paul would get some attention. 
 
A quick Google search turns up people running barefoot, recreationally, in the snow. I can’t imagine someone holding a pro-Romney barefoot fun run in some fresh snow.
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FredinVicksburg
1/7/2012 11:30 PM MST
Fanatics will do many things that normal people consider insane. In Iraq there are fanatics that will blow themselves up.
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DaveoftheCoonties
1/7/2012 11:35 PM MST
I think Paul’s people will do the barefoot lake bit only if there’s some nice,warm towels and socks at the end of the path.
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WashingtonPinkskinschangethename
1/7/2012 11:15 PM MST
The Republicans will always be stuck. The problem is to sell an agenda to voters who won’t directly profit from the policies. It’s like trying to marry Nazis with the KKK.
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angie12106
12:30 AM MST
But Righties are duped into believing SOMEDAY they’ll “profit from the policies” – LOL 
 
“Someday” is all that’s required to dupe Righties into voting against their own best financial interests. 
 
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 11:02 PM MST
I really appreciate this article because looking from the outside it does not look good. I mean a choice between Gingritch and Santorum and Romney just seems like the worst of the worst. And even if the South comes together to vote for Romney… the independents are going to be confused by his promise to rollback healthcare reform. I really think there is going to be a blood bath at the repub nominating convention and they will try to draft someone and that would peel off the Mormon vote. Maybe.
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Citi__Streets
1/7/2012 11:10 PM MST
Conservatives are planning some form of “Stop Mitt Now” forum next Tuesday to prevent a wipe out against Obama in November!
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manm
1/7/2012 11:21 PM MST
The Republican nominating process continues to be entertaining, and shows no sign of slowing down.
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Citi__Streets
1/7/2012 11:02 PM MST
On Friday, Intrade, the largest projection prediction firm in the world moved President Obama’s chance of winning in 2012 to 52%. Most likely his chances of relection will continue to improve each month with the economy until election day when he’s relected.  
 
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Atheneum
1/7/2012 10:57 PM MST
MItt sure got defensive on the contraception issue. Who knows. Maybe he was an accident.
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FredinVicksburg
1/7/2012 11:36 PM MST
A lot of us were probably accidents. Count back nine months from when you were born, and consider what your parents were doing.
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squawk7500ident
1/7/2012 10:53 PM MST
todays vegas line 
 
Saturday, January 7, 2012 (Times shown in Mountain Standard Time) 
Time 
 
9:00p 
2012 US Presidential Election – Winning Party  
 
 
 
Democratic Party 
 
20/27  
 
 
 
Republican Party 
 
23/20
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:52 PM MST
I liked the earlier comment that Santorum is not likely to ban homosexuality… 
 
what makes that worse is you use sexuality to win votes.
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Atheneum
1/7/2012 10:57 PM MST
Unfortunately for him, he has none.
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Citi__Streets
1/7/2012 10:51 PM MST
Romney’s plans to start a trade war with China rather than negotiate a viable solution for both countries will hurt states such as Iowa whose economic boon is tied to China with a high demand for grains and other commodities pushing up prices and benefitting the agricultural community in that state! 
 
This is a common critique of Mitt Romney’s policy in Iowa and no wonder he was able to canvass only 30,000 votes or less than the same number of people who voted for him 2008.  
 
Bottom line is that if Mitt can’t win critical swing states such as Iowa, Michigan, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado and Florida for various reasons such as his continuing negative attacks against Hispanics and objection to the auto bailout , he’s toast against Obama.  
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FredinVicksburg
1/7/2012 11:41 PM MST
Republicans, in general, antagonized Hispanics in 2010, and those chickens will come home to roost. The Republicans have a lock on the votes of KKK members and their ilk. So, we shall see.
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charko825
1/7/2012 10:47 PM MST
Let’s look at Obama’s record:  
 
–INCREASED UNEMPLOYMENT-If the same metrics were used today that were used back in 1979 when data was not manipulated for political purposes our current “real” unemployment would be 18-21 percent. Fact–The Obama Regime manipulates the unemployment numbers.  
 
–LARGEST INCREASE IN FEDERAL SPENDING in the history of America. National Debt has increased almost 5 trillion dollars in under four years!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
 
–HAS LAID THE GROUNDWORK for the total destruction of the Best Healthcare in the world.  
 
–HAS CAUSED MORE PEOPLE TO FALL BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL than any other President in the History of America!!!!! 
 
–HAS CAUSED MORE AMERICANS TO DEPEND UPON FOOD STAMPS, Welfare and other social programs due to his increased taxation, increased regulations and increased healthcare costs. Overall he has made it extremely difficult for a small business to either start-up or for that matter-STAY IN BUSINESS!!! 
 
–Has allowed his own Attorney General to institute and carry out a program (FAST AND FURIOUS) whereby our U.S. Government sells Automatic Weapons to the Drug Cartels in Mexico!!!!!! These same guns have murdered more than 200 Americans and Mexican citizens.  
 
–The Obama Administration is in full “COVER-UP and STONEWALL CONGRESS” MODE in regards to the Fast and Furious Scandal.  
 
–THIS ADMINISTRATION HAS WASTED BILLIONS of dollars to Green Energy Companies only to see these same companies go out of business and taxpayers never see the money again!!!! Executives of these same companies funnel millions into the Obama campaign coffers in return.  
 
–Obama knew that the above companies were bad investments BUT HE GAVE THE MONEY ANYWAY!!!!!!!!! 
 
Well—this is just the beginning of the Facts about Barry….
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:48 PM MST
Barry being the new N word…
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Atheneum
1/7/2012 10:48 PM MST
Geez, it’s Mittens Redux.
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charko825
1/7/2012 10:47 PM MST
 
 
By the time Nov. 2012 comes around the American people will vote for anyone but Obama—Guaranteed!
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manm
1/7/2012 10:47 PM MST
can I write that on the ballot? ANybody but Obama?
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:49 PM MST
I remember when charko cried because Rodham-Clinton got beat…
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:33 PM MST
And the thing about Romney bringing up Kennedy whenever the discussion moves to Mormonism is a crock… Kennedy was never a practicing Catholic whereas Romney is some sort of Bishop or Elder or Wizard or something. Like that big Temple in Bethesda… not sure what’s up with them folks. They seem to have a mission though.
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Raven_Hawk
1/7/2012 10:34 PM MST
He has glowing magic underwear. Santorum might want to ban those too.
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Atheneum
1/7/2012 10:47 PM MST
Kennedy was also a strict separationist, a point Mittens neglects to mention.
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climber256
1/7/2012 11:03 PM MST
Come on now, wearing special underwear is no different than eating you savior’s body and drinking his blood.
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a_alex_bryant
1/7/2012 10:28 PM MST
I love this line: “[Romney] glows like a plastic log in an electric hearth.” I hope to see and hear it repeated ad infinitum throughout Romney’s campaign as the GOP nominee. On second thought, it’s risky: Americans like plastic. 
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squawk7500ident
1/7/2012 10:24 PM MST
vegas line on elections as of 21 dec 2010 
 
http://www.politicalbettingodds.com/2012-us-presid…
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squawk7500ident
1/7/2012 10:28 PM MST
obama is going off at 5 for 6 and romney is 2 to 1 
 
what deos that tell you? 
 
place your best, repubs
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:23 PM MST
I think there is still a Tea Party enthusiasm, but it seems more centered in the South and West where Obama lost last time anyway. If you look at the States that Obama carried he is doing just fine… and obviously fundraising is through the roof. I think the pivot in the campaign will be Romney’s Hedge Fund which as you may know was bailed out with tax payer money.
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Raven_Hawk
1/7/2012 10:29 PM MST
His record on jobs as governor is a big negative for him as well. .09 % while the rest of the country was 5% during the same period.
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Fred23
1/7/2012 10:21 PM MST
whadday mean stuck, stuck how, stuck where, stuck with, …..dont understand, tell me what you mean by stuck. Do we look stuck to you, do you feel stuck to us. You at the Post are funny guys, but seriously I wanna know whatya mean by stuck, do I amuse you! 
 
Look, call it any demeaning definition you wanna call it, the writing is already on the wall, and to steal a line from Obama, CHANGE is coming………not what he is expecting or you WAPO so get ready for an irritating 8 yrs more of us come next Nov 2012!
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:27 PM MST
 
Fred has 99 problems but Obama ain’t one of them…. 
 

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Raven_Hawk
1/7/2012 10:31 PM MST
Stuck in the Pig Sty that the Republican party has become.
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drko
1/7/2012 10:19 PM MST
It may be too late. five percent turnout speaks for itself.
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rimantas1
1/7/2012 10:12 PM MST
They are not stuck at all. So many republicans see Obama vulnerable, and many want to take his job. Think of it this way: if Obama was a shoo in, very few would waste their time running.  
Now experienced people have a good chance to tell the public how Obama messed up, keep repeating, and have a huge audience to listen. I am not so sure Obama likes this; he prefers to be adored, like WashPost and NYT have been doing for years.
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jillcohen
1/7/2012 10:08 PM MST
The GOP created our economic crisis and since Obama took office they have obstructed everything except anti-abortion bills, anti-sharia bills, English-only bills and naming buildings after Ronnie bills. Luckily Dems and Inds realize their obstructing and filibustering ways are not good for America.
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RonaldWilsnReagan666
1/7/2012 10:12 PM MST
Im always amazed they worship me… 
 
thing is the personal computer was introduced the same year Reagan took office (’81), then came software and printers, cell phones and then the internet. Reagan was no economic genius, but flyover can’t see that he was an actor and a little lucky.
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Atheneum
1/7/2012 10:20 PM MST
Also, the press was afraid of him. Iran Contra. A simple criminal.
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swampsterman
1/7/2012 10:06 PM MST
All I saw tonight was a whole line of posers and pretenders and buffoons…..Obama will have no problem with any of them.  
The pubs have now lost 2/3 of the women voters….and all of the gay voters….not to mention those who are family members of gay people who support their cause….it will be a landslide for Obama.
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While eating, who wondered about ‘Pizza Ranch’. Why ‘Pizza Ranch’? And then who noticed…

It’s that fourth-place goal that has Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum and Rick Perry staggering around the state trying to visit all 99 counties and eat at least one meal a day at a Pizza Ranch outlet. (Pizza Ranch is a Christian-based, Iowa-based chain that has found success in the conviction that pizza tastes best in a cowboy-themed setting.)

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