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  1. 23 Feb '10 18:28
    Is he trying to stay neck and neck with Palin? Is Romney a progressive now? Is Palin? Are there any real conservatives left? Will the Republican Party finally reject the Tea Party? Will the Tea Party be fooled by the Republicans?
  2. 23 Feb '10 18:35
    Originally posted by TerrierJack
    Is he trying to stay neck and neck with Palin? Is Romney a progressive now? Is Palin? Are there any real conservatives left? Will the Republican Party finally reject the Tea Party? Will the Tea Party be fooled by the Republicans?
    [citation needed]
  3. 23 Feb '10 19:28
    http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/02/23/romney-endorses-mccain/?test=latestnews
  4. 23 Feb '10 19:36
    mccain is nuts to run.
  5. 23 Feb '10 19:37
    he WON'T DYE HIS HAIR!
  6. 23 Feb '10 19:41
    Originally posted by TerrierJack
    http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/02/23/romney-endorses-mccain/?test=latestnews
    how is this related to the tea parties?
  7. 23 Feb '10 22:09
    Originally posted by generalissimo
    how is this related to the tea parties?
    Isn't McCain being primaried by a tea party citizen? (Do you need a link to that or have your learned the internets?)
  8. 24 Feb '10 01:49 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by TerrierJack
    Is he trying to stay neck and neck with Palin? Is Romney a progressive now? Is Palin? Are there any real conservatives left? Will the Republican Party finally reject the Tea Party? Will the Tea Party be fooled by the Republicans?
    Romney is a big zero as far as I'm concerned. McCain, on the other hand, is a -5.

    The Republicans have three years to find a Presidential candidate. In the interim, may we defeat the Rino's such as MeCain in Arizona and put him out of his progressive misery.
  9. 24 Feb '10 02:31
    Originally posted by whodey
    Romney is a big zero as far as I'm concerned. McCain, on the other hand, is a -5.

    The Republicans have three years to find a Presidential candidate. In the interim, may we defeat the Rino's such as MeCain in Arizona and put him out of his progressive misery.
    whodey, aren't you in Arizona? you know that McCain. Ther are so many voters out here who would never vote for JD. And talk about blowhards. Hayworth takes the cake.
  10. 24 Feb '10 12:55
    Originally posted by whodey
    Romney is a big zero as far as I'm concerned. McCain, on the other hand, is a -5.

    The Republicans have three years to find a Presidential candidate. In the interim, may we defeat the Rino's such as MeCain in Arizona and put him out of his progressive misery.
    I'll bet McCain is so progressive he uses public libraries - no wait, that's Beck. The next time one my dogs does their business in the yard I'll call that a 'conservative' - it will will certainly be more 'conservative' than Republicans that run around calling each other 'progressive.'