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    “Some of these candidates … are playing right into the left’s playbook”

    “Some of these candidates … are playing right into the left’s playbook”

    Some good advice which is being completely ignored already:

    “So we do need to make sure our candidate is vetted and ready to go, and I  certainly at this point I would advise our candidates to remember to focus on  the problems that Barack Obama has caused this country. Quit nitpicking at each other. Some of these candidates, Sean, are playing right into the left’s playbook. They are doing that opposition research and broadcasting it for the left. Instead, let us concentrate on the problems under Obama and how we can fix  them.

    I’ll have more in another post, probably tomorrow, about Mitt Romney’s “crazy campaign” launched in the last few days against Newt.

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    Sandy Daze | December 8, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    Greatly missing the Governor . . .

    Take good care,
    Sandy


     
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    JEBurke | December 8, 2011 at 6:55 pm

    I wouldn’t worry about it. Primary races in both parties are often intense. Democrats in 2008, 2004 and 1992. Repubicans in 2008, 2000 and 2012.


     
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    Kerrvillian | December 8, 2011 at 7:56 pm

    The Republican Party is playing into the hands of the Left.

    Romney vs. Gingrich, if EITHER wins the Left keeps a player in the White House. Not as out in the open about it as Obama, but they are still Big Government candidates.

    But neither will win. The only candidate that could utterly defuse the Race Card was Cain and he had to be taken out by the Left, one way or another.

    With any white candidate the Race Card is still Obama’s to play.


       
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      Henry Hawkins in reply to Kerrvillian. | December 8, 2011 at 9:19 pm

      Let him play it. That’s precisely the type of thing that is turning independents off. I don’t think either race ought to pander to race politics, but if they must, the GOP candidate can always pick a ‘person of color’ for the VP slot. The media cannot prevent that.


         
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        andcar in reply to Henry Hawkins. | December 8, 2011 at 10:57 pm

        They can’t prevent it, no- but Sarah Palin can tell a few tales about what happened when the GOP candidate picked a ‘person of the female gender’ for the VP slot.

        If GOP messes with MSM’s narrative, MSM goes batsh*t crazy and activates Full Personal Destruction Protocol.

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