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Old 11-01-2011, 10:15 AM
miceelf miceelf is offline
 
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Default Rethinking T-Paw

http://www.tnr.com/blog/timothy-noah...wlenty-blow-it

Mitt Romney is the front-runner, but he can't crack 25% in the polls. (It's hard to remember a front-runner with any comparable ceiling). Rick Perry has a lot of money, but is suffering from laughably bad debate performances and poor strategic campaign decisions. Herman Cain leads some polls, but even before the sexual harassment allegations that arrived last night, no one seriously thought he had a sliver a chance to win the nomination. Newt Gingrich is a punch line, even if he does not realize it. Jon Huntsman can't get any traction. Ron Paul is Ron Paul. Michele Bachmann's support has collapsed. And Rick Santorum is arguably the most unlikeable person to run for president in the last three decades. Which all begs the question: what if Tim Pawlenty had stayed in the race?
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