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Republican Candidates Turn Attacks On Each Other

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Diganme bruta pero yo no sabia que Clinton eres republicano.....porque el tema es de republicanos tirandose.....se que aqui algunos no tienen cerebro y son mas brutos que yo....pero podrian opinar sobre los videos de los republicanos tirandose......y si quieren hablar de Clinton o de cualquier democrata, abran otro tema....total son expertos en repetir los mismos temas una y otra vez...... :moron:


Aqui otro videito bueno de Ron Paul tirandole a Perry y Romney.....jejejejejejeje



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El jodio video de Ron Paul no sale!!...Puñ.....!!!!!!


Yo estoy considerando seriamente darle mi voto a este viejo loco que dentro de su supuesta locura lleva decadas diciendo la verdad y predijo muchas de las cosas que hoy en dia estan sucediendo con la banca y Wall Street , es el unico tipo que puede poner en cintura a esa manada de buitres corporativistas que se han llevado los empleos de esta nacion a otros paises mientras aqui siguen haciendo negocios sin pagar taxes ni crear empleos......Mi voto hasta el dia de hoy es pa ese viejo HPta , por que los demas tanto democratas y republicanos viven de rodillas ante los banqueros y las petroleras!!!

Mi voto es pa el viejo Ron Paul!!! Edited by Chemo

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Yo le daría el voto a Ron Paul pero en relaciones con el exterior seria un desastre.

Tambien le esta dando 'lip service' a estos 'Occupy WS' cuando en verdad tienen un claro corte socialista. Es el "We have now a Tea Party" de la izquierda.

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Bueno el debate en Las Vegas fue un desastre, me lo goze como se atacaron....y la Michelle como una idiota le preguntaban cualquier tema y ella contestaba con Obama.....bruta al fin!! :hysterical:


[size=6][b] Candidatos republicanos se atacan durante debate[/b][/size]
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Los candidatos republicanos Mitt Romney de Massachusetts (izq.) y Rick Perry de Texas, durante un debate el 18 de octubre en Las Vegas.
Chris Carlson / AP

WASHINGTON -- Los precandidatos republicanos a la presidencia de Estados Unidos se atacaron mutuamente como nunca antes en su debate más reciente, conscientes de que faltan 11 semanas para las elecciones y muchos votantes republicanos siguen indecisos.

Tras el debate de dos horas el martes por la noche, fue evidente que Mitt Romney sigue siendo la persona a vencer, pero quedó considerablemente lastimado en varios temas, como la inmigración ilegal, la atención pública de salud y el empleo.

El combativo debate en Las Vegas fue la primera vez en que los contendientes tratan al empresario Herman Cain como una amenaza seria y fustigaron agresivamente su plan fiscal 9-9-9, tal vez infligiéndole heridas graves.

El gobernador de Texas, Rick Perry, dejó atrás su estilo sereno de debate al criticar a Romney tan enérgicamente que en algunas ocasiones ambos hombres parecieron cerca de enfrentarse a golpes. Perry fue contundente desde el principio, haciendo muchos esfuerzos para revertir la reciente caída en su campaña electoral y recolocarse como la alternativa más viable a Romney, ex gobernador de Massachusetts.

Los espectadores de los primeros 60 minutos y los últimos 10 minutos del debate televisado, vieron a los siete contendientes hacer su mayor esfuerzo hasta la fecha para diferenciarse unos de otros y exponer las debilidades de los demás.

Esa táctica los dejó con relativamente poco tiempo para atacar al presidente Barack Obama, pero eso es algo en que de todos modos ya están de acuerdo.

Algunos intercambios de golpes se fueron a lo personal, aunque de manera casi insignificante. Romney criticó en repetidas ocasiones a Perry y al ex senador de Pensilvania Rick Santorum por hablar sobre él. Perry acusó a Romney de hacer acusaciones falsas y le recordó a los votantes que Romney contrató a inmigrantes ilegales para hacer trabajos de jardinería hace unos años.

Romney respondió que él no contrató a los trabajadores ilegales directamente sino a una empresa para que le podara el césped y que no sabía que tenía a inmigrantes ilegales en su nómina. Dijo que le pidió a la compañía de jardinería que los despidiera.

Perry dijo que era “el colmo de la hipocresía” que Romney criticara los antecedentes del texano en cuanto al tema de la inmigración.
Romney puso su mano sobre el hombro de Perry y le preguntó: “¿Sólo vas a seguir hablando?” Romney dijo que Perry había sufrido por un desempeño pobre en algunos debates “por lo que te vas a enojar”. Fue uno de varios momentos que rayaron en la condescendencia.

Cuando Romney dijo que el 40 por ciento de los nuevos empleos en Texas han sido últimamente para inmigrantes ilegales, Perry dijo acaloradamente: “Eso es una falsedad absoluta, Mitt”.

Read more: [url="http://www.elnuevoherald.com/2011/10/20/1049061/candidatos-republicanos-se-atacan.html#ixzz1bPvXkBOJ"]http://www.elnuevohe...l#ixzz1bPvXkBOJ[/url]

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[b] [url="http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/23/cain-flip-flops-bachmann-says/"]Cain 'flip-flops,' Bachmann says[/url][/b]

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[b](CNN) [/b]– Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann continued to hit rival Herman Cain's conservative credentials Sunday amid a recent dust up over comments he made about abortion.

Bachmann said the remarks made earlier this week were further evidence of the businessman's "troubling" policy shifts.

"You can't have all of these flip-flops in our nominee, one after another," the Minnesota congresswoman said on "Fox News Sunday." "It's making the voters' heads spin. I think it's giving people pause and they're asking real questions about what does he believe truly and how would he govern as president of the United States."

She issued similar criticism [url="http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/23/bachmann-stresses-social-conservatism-digs-at-cain-on-abortion-stance/"]Saturday[/url] in Iowa at a presidential forum organized by the Faith and Freedom Coalition, comparing Cain's views on abortion to those of Democratic President Barack Obama.

During an interview with CNN's Piers Morgan, Cain said he is pro-life, even in cases of rape or incest. But when Morgan asked how he would feel if a member of his family were raped and if he would want that family member to raise the child, Cain said it is "not the government's role or anybody else's role to make that decision."

Cain was quickly [url="http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/20/santorum-labels-cain-pro-choice-cain-rebuts/"]criticized[/url] for what some saw as an ambiguous stance, leading the former Godfather's Pizza CEO to repeatedly restate his position on the issue that is important to conservative voters. On [url="http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/10/23/cain-tries-to-end-doubts-about-his-abortion-stance/"]Saturday[/url] he went a step further, saying he "would not sign any legislation where government funded abortion."

Bachmann, who has seen a drop in her national poll numbers, also took aim at Cain's comments about releasing prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.

Cain told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Tuesday that he would be open to negotiating with al Qaeda by releasing prisoners from the site if he were elected president, something he walked back during the CNN Western Republican Debate when he said he would not negotiate with terrorists.

"People want to make sure that our nominee is 100% pro-life, 100% standing for marriage between a man and a woman and they certainly don't want to see terrorists like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed released from Guantanamo Bay," Bachmann said. "That's non-negotiable."

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The amount of influence wielded by pro-lifers is overblown. Particularly in such a foul economic climate.

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Ahora Perry le tira a Gingrich.....jajajajajajaja el burro hablando de orejas!!

[YouTube]http://youtu.be/Vma5oLGmbe0[/YouTube]

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Aqui el nuevo anuncio de Romney para Gingrich!! :hysterical:

[YouTube]http://youtu.be/YT2h9TEXePY[/YouTube]

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Otro de Romney para Gingrich....


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Y ahora se pondra peor....se van a unir todos para atacar a Romney.....jajajajajajajaja
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[b]Rivals seek to rally right against Mitt[/b]
By: [color=#ff0000][size=2]Jonathan Martin and John F. Harris[/size][/color]
January 4, 2012 06:19 AM EST [/size][/font][/color]

[font=arial][size=4]DES MOINES — Mitt Romney won the Iowa caucuses Tuesday night over runner-up [url="http://www.politico.com/2012-election/rick-santorum/index.html"]Rick Santorum[/url] by a [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/71045.html"]margin so small[/url] he could count it on his fingers, the culmination of a months-long heartland slog in which he was never subject to a sustained assault by his more conservative rivals.[/size][/font]

[b][font=arial][size=4]That is about to change, with a vengeance.[/size][/font][/b]

[font=arial][size=4]As the campaign heads for New Hampshire, where Romney’s [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/71059.html"]position is strong[/url], and to South Carolina, where it isn’t especially, Santorum and fourth-place finisher [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/71056.html"]Newt Gingrich[/url] made clear they will take sharp aim at the former Massachusetts governor and try to rally the right for a last-ditch effort to stop a politician they regard as a man of flaccid convictions who feigns devotion to conservative principles to suit his needs of the moment.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“What wins in America are bold ideas, sharp contrasts and a plan that includes everyone,” Santorum said, taking the stage at his election night party.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Gingrich was more explicit, announcing in a speech that struck a peevish note about the televised attacks he has endured from Romney backers, that coming days would bring a “great debate in the Republican Party.”[b] His campaign is taking out a full-page ad in New Hampshire’s Union Leader casting the race as one between a “bold Ronald Reagan conservative” and a “timid Massachusetts moderate.”[/b][/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Romney’s virtual tie in the state that did much to dash his White House hopes four years ago validated and modestly advanced what was already true going into the contest — he is in clear command of the race, and still the only Republican who can see a path to the nomination without squinting hard.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]But it was a triumph that didn’t feel very triumphant. This was in part because Romney and his team clearly had allowed their own expectations to slip the leash, with predictions for a solid victory rather than the 8-vote margin he secured over a rival who just weeks ago was widely regarded as a nonfactor.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Even more, though, the [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/71061.html"]Iowa results[/url] shined a light on a party that — [b]while unified in its disdain for President Barack Obama — is increasingly divided on lines of ideology and style.[/b][/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]The ideological fissures were especially evident in the support for Ron Paul, whose anti-war and uncompromisingly libertarian stands won him 21 percent of the vote for a third-place finish.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]They were equally clear in the entrance polls to the caucuses, which showed that the same problems with evangelicals and lower-income voters that dogged Romney in 2008 persist today.[/size][/font]

[b]Gingrich praised Santorum in his remarks before leaving Iowa, and his aides indicated he’d train his fire only on Romney and Paul.[/b]

[font=arial][size=4]But going forward, the central question hanging over the GOP contest appears to be whether sustained barrages by the former House speaker and Santorum against Romney tend to work in concert, causing the front-runner to stumble, or simply end up dividing the conservative opposition.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]Romney’s team had clearly hoped that Texas Gov. [url="http://www.politico.com/2012-election/rick-perry/index.html"]Rick Perry[/url] would stay in the race in order to further divide the right.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]But a fifth-place finish did nothing to reignite his soggy campaign, and he said he was returning to Texas to reassess his candidacy, which most observers interpreted as a prelude to withdrawal. [/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Michele Bachmann, who came in sixth in her native state, also has scant rationale for continuing.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]As for Romney, the state of his campaign depends, as has long been the case, on how you hold it to the light. From one vantage point, he showed clear strength: the only Republican who has managed over long months to stay on message and steadily consolidate establishment support.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]From another angle, Iowa highlighted his vulnerabilities. In 2012, he won almost exactly the same number of votes (and a slightly lower percentage) of votes here than he did in 2008 — a result that year which began his downward slide as a candidate.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]This time, Romney’s post-Iowa prospects are brighter, but those old vulnerabilities are emboldening the opposition.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Santorum’s top strategist, John Brabender, laid out the case the Pennsylvanian will make in the days ahead.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“We see this developing into a campaign with Romney, Paul and Santorum, so people can go with the moderate, the libertarian or the conservative,” said Brabender. “That’s the argument going forward.”[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Santorum is also readying a case that Romney isn’t the only candidate who can beat Obama, a core part of the former Massachusetts governor’s appeal.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“You don’t have to compromise on conservative convictions to beat Barack Obama,” said Brabender, noting areas where Romney couldn’t differentiate himself from the president.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“The bailout, Romneycare — there’s no contrast there,” he said, adding: “Romney has no foreign policy experience.”[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Further, Santorum intends to make the case that he’s not only a truer conservative than Romney but also a populist Republican who can appeal to a wider swath of voters than his wealthy rival.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“I also believe we as Republicans have to look at those who are not doing well in society,” the former senator said in his election night speech, recounting the plight of workers in Iowa who had seen factories closed down.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Romney officials, while less than thrilled that Perry appears headed for the exits, don’t believe Santorum poses a major threat because he’s faced minimal scrutiny to date and has little organization and money as the race accelerates to three different states this month.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Yet for what was supposed to be a victory party here Tuesday, there was a tense air to the Romney gathering in a downtown hotel.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]After fighting hard to win here, blitzing Iowa in the last week and keeping the candidate in the state for election night, Romney aides were initially frustrated with their showing and appeared tight. It wasn’t until after 1:00 a.m. Central time that overjoyed staffers came storming back into the hotel ballroom here to celebrate the win. Screaming, holding aloft beers and chanting the names of Romney’s top Iowa aides, the staffers were exultant and more than a little relieved.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]But as the win margin dropped from 14 to 8, a bit of nervous humor set in as the group made its way into the media filing room to watch the results formally announced on the large TV screen.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]“A win is a win,” one aide kept repeating to nobody in particular.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]But a single-digit victory over the cash-strapped Santorum was not the result Romney himself expected and he had to scrap his planned victory speech as the vote counting went on. Romney aides hastily removed his teleprompter from the stage and the candidate, surrounded by his wife and four of his sons, gave a rushed version of his stump speech.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Asked about Santorum’s “bold ideas and sharp contrasts line,” Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom only said: “We’ll see him in New Hampshire.”[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]The confidence in Romneyworld may have been jarred slightly here, but they sought to reassure themselves by looking down the calendar.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“Santorum will have a difficult time when these primaries start to happen every week and then there are days with multistate primaries,” Rep. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), a Romney surrogate here, told POLITICO. “Unless you have the resources, infrastructure and organization in place, it’s tough.”[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]Flake also voiced the other factor giving Romney supporters comfort after a nerve-racking evening.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]“Those others who are still in the race will divide a lot of the vote, and I think Romney will only grow from here,” said the congressman.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]That’s what Santorum fears.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]In a fundraising email to supporters before the final Iowa votes were even tallied, the Pennsylvanian warned that if the party’s base didn’t come together in support of a single candidate, they’d repeat 2008.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“We can either unite now behind one candidate and have a conservative standard bearer in 2012, or have the GOP establishment choose another moderate Republican who will have a difficult time defeating Barack Obama in November,” wrote Santorum.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]With Santorum and Gingrich indicating that they’ll both compete this week in New Hampshire, the conservative vote could be divided.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“Santorum and Newt split the social conservatives,” New Hampshire GOP strategist Pat Griffin predicted. “This will be ugly, but I still think it is Mitt’s to lose.”[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Perry’s likely withdrawal is good news for Santorum because it means the Texas governor likely won’t be camped out in South Carolina for the next three weeks, wooing conservatives.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]But Gingrich isn’t going anywhere.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]His aides began making the case for why conservatives should coalesce around the former speaker.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]“This is a national race, not a local dance,” said Gingrich senior adviser Kevin Kellems. “Newt Gingrich is a national candidate who has remained at or near the top of virtually all national polls — as well as in South Carolina and Florida.”[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]Of course, those surveys are now outdated and will look very different following Gingrich’s fourth-place finish here and the scrutiny that helped prompt his collapse over the past month.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]But Kellems said they had no plans to go after Santorum, who appears to have the best claim now as the Romney alternative.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]For conservatives, the best-case scenario would be a repeat of 1996 — when the attacks of one conservative on the establishment favorite helped another insurgent.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“If Newt goes negative on Romney in New Hampshire on the stump, that would help Santorum the same way [Steve] Forbes’ constant attacks on Dole in ’96 helped [Pat] Buchanan,” said Greg Mueller, a conservative PR executive who worked for Buchanan.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]But Dole ultimately won that race, of course, and Romney remains the GOP’s man to beat this year.[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]Still, his weaknesses were on vivid display in Iowa.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]For the second consecutive campaign, he was lured into the caucuses and underperformed. His finish this year was certainly better than the thumping he took at the hands of Mike Huckabee four years ago. But that he could only take a quarter of the GOP’s votes here and barely outnosed a candidate who drove around the state in a pickup truck underlined how fractured the Republican coalition is at the moment.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]As the entrance polls here revealed, evangelicals and lower-income voters still have a difficult time accepting their party’s wealthy Mormon front-runner. That’s not to say they won’t support him against a president they despise. But even if he rebounds in New Hampshire, where he leads every poll by double digits, he’s going to face an intense fight in South Carolina — another state he competed in four years ago only to be disappointed[/size][/font]

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Que se entrenen bien para preparar al que quede al final para el abuso de mentiras demócratas baqueado por un billon de dolares de uniones y nonprofits.


Por un momento pense que esto era parte de SNL pero es el verdadero Obama:
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Aunque el agobio se le acaba en Enero 20 del 2013, le recomiendo mas golf y mas vacaciones mientras tanto que el pobre se ve demacrado.

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Fijate que a Paul ni lo mencionan... Y llego mas arriba de lo que pensaban hace un mes...

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[quote name='charlie319' timestamp='1325818110' post='2944667']
Fijate que a Paul ni lo mencionan... Y llego mas arriba de lo que pensaban hace un mes...
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Paul esta donde esta porque muchos liberales antiguerra, anti-intervencionistas votaron por el. Por supuesto, el dia de las elecciones generales se olvidarian de el y votarian por Obama. Nuevamente digo, si no fuera por su politica exterior y sus conspiraciones (el es bien flojito con lo de 9/11), el seria mi candidato ya que es solido en responsabilidad fiscal y constitucionalismo.

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El pobre Mitt lo sigue hundiendo su propio partido.....estos conservadores religiosos con tal de ganar se arrancan los ojos unos a otros.....debe ser que esta escrito en la biblia.... :whistle:
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[b]Newt: Obama will 'laugh' at Mitt[/b]
By: [color=#ff0000][size=2]MJ Lee[/size][/color]
January 6, 2012 07:56 AM EST [/size][/font][/color]

[font=arial][size=4][url="http://www.politico.com/2012-election/newt-gingrich/index.html"]Newt Gingrich[/url] said Friday that if [url="http://www.politico.com/2012-election/mitt-romney/index.html"]Mitt Romney[/url] becomes the Republican presidential nominee, President Barack Obama will simply “laugh at him.”[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“As people look at his record and they imagine him debating Obama, Obama’s going to laugh at him,” Gingrich said on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”[b] “Obama’s going to say, ‘I developed Obamacare based on Romneycare. I even brought your staff into the White House in order to develop it.’”[/b][/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]The former House speaker rejected the suggestion that his presence in the race is dividing up the anti-Romney votes and thereby giving the former Massachusetts governor a better chance of securing the GOP nomination.[/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]“We’ll gradually coalesce. One of us will emerge as the conservative alternative,” he predicted. [b]“That conservative alternative will beat Romney.”[/b][/size][/font]

[font=arial][size=4]And just days ahead of the [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/71090.html"]New Hampshire primary[/url], Gingrich said that a bad performance in the Granite State would be fatal for Romney, while downplaying his rival’s [url="http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0112/71045.html"]victory in Iowa last week[/url].[/size][/font]
[font=arial][size=4]“This is one of his three best states, along with Utah and Massachusetts. If he doesn’t win here, he couldn’t stay in the race,” he said. “In his so-called win in Iowa, having campaigned for five years and spent, I think, $20 million, he got 25 percent. That’s one out of four. Three out of four said no after five years of campaigning.”[/size][/font]

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[url="http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/01/06/10015979-nbcmarist-poll-romney-has-20-point-lead-in-nh-santorum-get-iowa-bounce"]A new NBC News/Marist poll[/url][color=#000000][font=Georgia,], conducted on Wednesday and Thursday, shows Romney leading Paul, 42 percent to 22 percent. Santorum jumped to third place, with 13 percent, followed by Gingrich and Huntsman, each at 9 percent.[/font][/color]

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[quote name='Artaguito' timestamp='1325879615' post='2944684']


Paul esta donde esta porque muchos liberales antiguerra, anti-intervencionistas votaron por el. Por supuesto, el dia de las elecciones generales se olvidarian de el y votarian por Obama. Nuevamente digo, si no fuera por su politica exterior y sus conspiraciones (el es bien flojito con lo de 9/11), el seria mi candidato ya que es solido en responsabilidad fiscal y constitucionalismo.
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Oye, esos liberales son republicanos registrados... Como tu.

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Se siguen matando esta gente..... :hysterical:





[size=6][b] South Carolina TV already awash in GOP attack ads[/b][/size]





COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) —[b] Mitt Romney is "a Massachusetts moderate" who "can't be trusted" on abortion and other core Republican values. Newt Gingrich has questionable judgment for "teaming up with Nancy Pelosi," the Democratic lawmaker the GOP loves to malign. Rick Santorum is a "serial hypocrite" with "a record of betrayal."[/b]

That is, if you believe the crush of TV commercials on steady rotation in South Carolina.

It's where Republican presidential candidates and their deep-pocketed allies are spending millions on attack ads ahead of the state's pivotal primary on Jan. 21. And in a state known for brutal campaign tactics, the savaging has only just begun. That's because Romney's wins in the first two contests — Iowa and New Hampshire — have set up a now-or-never situation in South Carolina for opponents desperate to deny him the nomination.

"People are going to stoop to new, interesting ad tactics that we haven't seen in the past," says DeWitt Zemp, a GOP strategist who was an aide to both Bush presidents and is unaligned in this race. "They're going to go even more negative than they have in the past as a result of where we are in the election process. It's all hands on deck against Romney."

Even before the race turned south, roughly $3 million had been spent in South Carolina, with more than half of it coming from a pro-Rick Perry super PAC called Make Us Great Again. Then, a similar group supporting Gingrich, named Winning Our Future, said it planned to spend $3.4 million to run an ad attacking Romney for jobs lost during his time as an executive at equity firm Bain Capital. But so far, only roughly $1.5 million has been bought.

Not to be outdone, a pro-Romney group called Restore Our Future has reserved $2.3 million in time. It's the group behind the ad linking Gingrich to Pelosi and ribbing him for other "mistakes" or flips on immigration, health care and Iraq policy. The group spent nearly $3 million on ads attacking Gingrich in Iowa before the leadoff caucuses, contributing to his precipitous fall from the top of polls there.

As he looks to revive his struggling campaign, Gingrich ditched his pledge to stay positive and unleashed a TV commercial assailing Romney on his long-ago evolution from a supporter of abortion rights to a firm stance against them.

The 30-second spot says the former Massachusetts governor can't be trusted to stand by sacred anti-abortion positions.

The former House speaker is getting even more personal with his snipes in online videos, which sometimes end up making their way to TV.

[b]One video that Gingrich's campaign released Wednesday targeted Romney's verbal gaffes, including his misconstrued statement that he liked "being able to fire people" and his argument that "corporations are people, too." The ad also revived a decades-old story about Romney strapping a dog carrier — with family dog Seamus inside — to the roof of his car for a lengthy road trip.[/b]

Romney himself has two TV ads up: One in which he characterizes the need to bring federal spending under control as a "moral responsibility" and another in which he rips the Obama administration's National Labor Relations Board for blocking Boeing's effort to build a jet production plant in Charleston.

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Y cuando empieze el honesto, dedicado, altruista , sincero, super genio, humilde Barack a gastar su BILLONCITO de dolares
atacando al Romney ( un BILLONCITO que alimentaria a muchos con el unico proposito de garantizarle a los Barack 4 anos mas en Casa Blanca)
veremos aun mas ataques personales, pues RECORD de LOGROS, Barack no tiene.

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[quote name='Mobutu Sese' timestamp='1326557788' post='2945024']
Y cuando empieze el honesto, dedicado, altruista , sincero, super genio, humilde Barack a gastar su BILLONCITO de dolares
atacando al Romney ( un BILLONCITO que alimentaria a muchos con el unico proposito de garantizarle a los Barack 4 anos mas en Casa Blanca)
veremos aun mas ataques personales, pues RECORD de LOGROS, Barack no tiene.
[/quote]

adioj ahora eres mentalista??? Tienes guille de Walter Mercado......estamos hablando de tu partido que esta como fieras comiendose unos a los otros....cuando llegue Obama ese es otro tema y entonces hablamos de eso.....mientras tanto como muchos por aqui cuando no tienen nada en su cerebro vacio desvian el tema......tipico de perdedores!!! :moron:

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Por mi que se sigan matando, al final estan ayudando a Obama . jajajajajajajajajaja

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Están endureciendo al que sera el nominado Mima. Ademas eso de Bain fue mejor que saliera ahora (y se desmintiera) ya que es una herramienta de demagogia menos que tendrán los democratas/socialistas para la elección general.

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