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That would be a true miracle - for us.

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I suspect that if American voters were polled on the question: "Would America be better off or worse off today had Mitt Romney been elected President in 2012?", a surprising number of Democrats would answer in the affirmative, in addition to an overwhelming number of independent voters.
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Liz Warren will be the great Democrat hope. The media will do their part.

Any Republican has an uphill battle, because Democrats are "for the people".

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[[ Could Mitt Romney ride to the rescue of the Republican Party? ]]

A few historical images come to mind:

Custer riding down into the Little Big Horn.

The Light Brigade riding into battle.

That's the "rescue" that Mitt Romney will bring to the Pubbies a second time around...

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Please. Stop.

We need to start looking to the future-- admittedly bleak-- and not the past for our solutions.

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Liz Warren will be the great Democrat hope. The media will do their part.

Any Republican has an uphill battle, because Democrats are "for the people".

This. ^^^^^^

Although I'm not convinced that Warren will take the nomination, I never thought a know-nothing, do-nothing, first term senator would take the nomination in 2008.

The point is this:  no matter who is nominated, the low information crowd isn't voting for experience or knowledge.  They cast their votes, hoping the person they vote for will give them more stuff, stick it to the man, whatever.  They don't want freedom.  They want someone to take care of them or at least tear the other guy down.  This is why Barack is polling so poorly right now.  He hasn't helped the poor or middle classes, and the gap between them & the rich is bigger now than when he became president. 

The media will indeed do their part no matter who is nominated.
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