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McCain Moves to Stop President Rick Perry From Torturing Anyone
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Some Republicans—including 2016 hopefuls Rick Perry and Rick Santorum—are still willing to use “enhanced interrogation techniques.” But if John McCain’s bill passes, they won’t get a chance. [...]
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Rick Santorum Prepping for 2016 Run as ‘Underdog’
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Despite winning almost a dozen primaries and caucuses in 2012, Rick Santorum is not bothered at not being among the first names mentioned as a formidable 2016 Republican presidential candidate, saying, "America loves an underdog." [...]
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Don’t Forget About Scott Walker «  Commentary Magazine
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Republican presidential nomination: Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Chris Christie and Paul Ryan. All of them have potentially large constituencies within the party and would be formidable contenders. Nor should the potential of Ted Cruz be dismissed. There is also a case to be made that 2012 holdover Rick Santorum is being underestimated just as he was last time. But why have we forgotten about Scott Walker? [...]
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Rick Santorum Suspends Presidential Campaign
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Rick Santorum is smiling again. Photo is courtesy of Flickr: Santorum Faith, Family and Freedom Tour 016 Hi and welcome back, I don't know if you have heard this yet, but Rick Santorum has suspended his presidential campaign. I don't fault him at all for this, as one of his daughters is having health issues and he wants to be with her and doing all he can for her and his family. Almost everyone in the media is telling you this clears the way for Mitt Romney to start campaigning again [...]
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3 Contests, 3 Wins for Romney
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This U.S. flag is flying proudly in the breeze. Yesterday was the third (3rd) of April, 2012 and the day Washington, D.C., Maryland and Wisconsin all held their Republican Primary elections.  Given the states (and district) this should come as no surprise, but Mitt Romney won all three elections...and by pretty comfortable margins! Let's recap the Washington D.C. primary first: Romney was chosen on 70%  of the ballots, with Ron Paul getting 12% and Newt Gingrich garnered 11%.  Rick S [...]
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Dave Mustaine from Megadeath Talks About Obama and Santorum
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Obama Speaking from The President's Podium Here is something that a lot of political types will find really odd...ironic even! Do you know who Dave Mustaine is?  How about the bands Megadeath or Metallica? Dave used to be in Metallica until a very nasty and public breakup and he is a founding member of Megadeath.  (more…) [...]
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Romney’s Super-Pac Issues Misleading Ads in Wisconson
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The Super-Pac "Restore Our Future" has begun airing a new ad in Wisconson in denigration of Rick Santorum, not in support of anything Mitt Romney has done.   The ad in question shows Rick Santorum speaking from behind a microphone, saying "I don't care what the unemployment rate is going to be."  On the surface it sounds pretty bad and here is the ad so you can hear it for yourself. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=uXuALzgCs6o Now, the real problem with the ad [...]
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Rick Santorum Likes Louisiana’s Final Numbers
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Rick Santorum is smiling again. Photo is courtesy of Flickr: Santorum Faith, Family and Freedom Tour 016 Hi and here we are with the numbers that I'm sure Rick Santorum likes! With 99% of the precincts reporting and a little over 182,000 votes tallied, Rick Santorum wins with 91,305 votes and 49% of the total.  Mitt Romney came in second, with 49,749 or 27%.  Newt Gingrich was next with 29,665 and 16% of the total votes. Ron Paul came in fourth with 11,460 and 6% of the total votes. (mor [...]
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Louisiana Belongs to Rick Santorum!
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This U.S. flag is flying proudly in the breeze. I'm going way out on a limb here and predicting that Rick Santorum is going to win the Louisiana primary election today. With 60% of the precincts reporting, Santorum has received 49% of the vote and has a 23% lead over Mitt Romney.  Newt Gingrich has garnered 17% of the vote and Ron Paul has 6%.  So, with such a large lead, we here at AmericasNextPresident.com are projecting Rick Santorum to be the winner in Louisiana tonight. (more&hellip [...]
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Illinois belongs to Romney!
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This U.S. flag is flying proudly in the breeze. The State of Illinois held their 2012 primary elections on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 and believe it or not, Mitt Romney won the lion's share of the vote for Republican delegates, with 46.7% (430,535 votes) vs. 35% (322,831 votes) for Rick Santorum, allowing Mitt to add to his delegate lead.  Ron Paul received 85,872 votes, which equates to 9.3% of the vote and Newt Gingrich garnered 73,362 or roughly 8% of the vote. This now gives Romney 552 d [...]
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Romney adds 20 more delegates
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The Flag of Puerto Rico On Sunday, March 18, 2012, Mitt Romney added another 20 delegates to his count and increased his lead heading into the Illinois and Louisiana primaries later this week.  Mitt was able to garner nearly 83% of the vote in Puerto Rico to be awarded all 20 delegates that Puert0 Rico has to offer. As of today, Mitt has 489 delegates to Santorums 237.  Newt Gingrich now has 134 and Ron Paul has 69 delegates.  These numbers are the "pledged" delegates only.  The lead i [...]
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Rick Santorum Sings Sweet Home Alabama
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This U.S. flag is flying proudly in the breeze. Well, not really, at least not that we've heard...but it wouldn't surprise us at all after the primary voters today in both Alabama and Mississippi chose Rick Santorum over Newt, Mitt and Ron. Yes, it's true.  In the race for the 2012 Presidential election, Rick Santorum made up some ground on Mitt Romney and put some distance between he and Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. Now, to be fair, these were not blowout type victories, but they were [...]
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Two More States, Two More Winners
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Hey, thanks for stopping by again and welcome to this quick update. On the 10th of March, 2012, the Republicans held two more primary elections in the race to see who will be America's Next President! Those states were Kansas and Wyoming. Kansas belonged to Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney won in Wyoming.  Guam, The U.S. Virgin Islands and The Northern Mariana Islands all held their votes on Saturday the 10th also, and the delegates from all were awarded to Mitt Romney.  There were 25 de [...]
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10 States and 3 Winners
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Hi and welcome back. I don't know if you are aware of this, but Tuesday, 06 March, 2012 was "Super Tuesday" here in the United States.  Yes, in the race for the  nomination to represent the Republican party in it's quest for the office of The President of The United States, yesterday was the day 10 states had their primaries or caucuses. (more…) [...]
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Michigan and Arizona belong to Romney
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The Race for the White House is On In the 2012 race to be Americas Next President, Arizona was an easy victory for Mitt Romney, as none of the other candidates really even campaigned there.  Romney won the 29 delegates that state had to offer. Michigan had 30 delegates, and they are to be apportioned according to the vote received by the top two candidates.  Since Rick Santorum took about 38% of the total vote, and Romney won 41%, we can guess that the split will be about 14 for Santorum [...]
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