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Rick Santorum suspends his Campign!

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Stoudemire, Apr 10, 2012.

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    Stoudemire JF-Expert Member

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    Now its Obama vs Mitt Romney come november 6
     
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    Hofstede JF-Expert Member

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    Conservative presidential candidate announced he is supending his campaign leaving chance for Romney to be the likely GOP nominee.
    Obama campaign was targeting Romney for the fall, this wii give us best campaign
     
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    Azimio Jipya JF-Expert Member

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    ... Looks like its fair to have Mitt on the final game ...!!
     
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    FJM JF-Expert Member

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    Habari njema kwa Obama I guess. Conservatives are quite suspecious na huyu Romney.
     
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    sun wu JF-Expert Member

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    I don't think its good news for Obama.., Romney was going to win anyway.., so the more time Romney was spending time in trying to get nominated was time and resources wasted.

    Now he can concentrate all his ammunition and resources towards Obama.., don't say he will win, but I can better my bottom dollar that Obama would rather have Santorum in campaign than dropping out
     
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    me personal am so admire mitt rommey i believe for sure he will be the pres of us
     
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    Admiring him is not enough!
    Its like u r a woman, and iam always uncertain with the qualities of which women look for into men!
     
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    Lugha za watu jamani, twendeni taratibu tafadhali
     
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    Amelie Senior Member

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    Huyo iriki ndo nani?
     
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    umerudi?
     
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    A lot of conservative voters will most likely stay away rather elect Romney (my prediction) and that leaves morederates/independent voters. The economy is still stupid but if Obama can pull something out of his pocket then he may narrowly win.
     
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    Santorum probably can’t and won’t bring a lot of support to Mitt Romney. But the fact that Santorum and Newt Gingrich have both effectively suspended their campaigns means that Romney will be able to turn his full attention to President Obama, and use the money and resources that he has against the incumbent President. Moreover, Romney’s fundraising can now be almost totally focused on the general election, allowing him to potentially make up some of the difference in cash on hand between the incumbent President and the likely Republican Challenger.
     
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    Both are killers and blood suckers..so we better concentrate on Kilimo Kwanza at least we can be secured from hunger...
     
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    Somoche that is true be's both of them has nothing to do with us rather than exploiting our resouces
     
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    That's what you say dude, let's wait and see cause November is just around the corner!.
     
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    kUTOKA WAPI?
     
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    lugha za watu hizi jama, tuendeni taratibu!
     
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    I really can't wait to see how Obama is going to win in a landslide.

    Mitt Romney is just another sacrifice Republican Party Offered to be deffited by Obama. He is not a stronger candidate as compared to Obama. It is not the appropriate time for him to run for the Presidency this year. He could have waited till 2016 may be, though a lot of stronger candidates are waiting for 2016(including Santorum), since they are smart enough to know it's hard to beat Obama in the upcoming election.
     
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    Barack Obama holds a clear lead over Mitt Romney in a hypothetical general election match-up, according to a new Washington Post- ABC News poll .
    Among all Americans, Obama leads Romney 52 to 43 percent, whereas among registered voters, the president has a narrower edge over Romney, 51 to 45 percent. This is the first time that Obama has more than 50 percent of the votes in a match-up against Romney among all Americans since July, when the president led the GOP candidate, 51 to 44 percent.

    But the president has progress to make in instilling economic confidence in Americans — asked which candidate can be trusted to do a better job in handling the economy, 48 percent of the general population picked Romney over 45 percent that picked Obama. The Republican front-runner also fared better job creation, narrowly beating Obama 47 to 45 percent, as well as the handling of the federal budget and deficit, 51 to 41 percent. It is the first time that the president has topped 50 percent in a match-up against Romney among registered voters. The survey also showed, however, that people trust Obama will be a better champion of the middle class than Romney, 55 to 37 percent. Also, 56 percent of the general population said they trust that the president would do a better job handling international affairs compared with just 37 percent that picked Romney. Similarly, the majority said the president’s handling of terrorism will be better than Romney’s, 56 to 36 percent. The president has been making a strong case for the so-called “Buffett Rule,” which would have the wealthy pay a higher rate of taxes – 72 percent indicated in the poll that they support raising taxes on Americans with annual incomes over one million dollars. Unfortunately for Romney, a whopping 66 percent said they believe his federal tax rate of about 14 percent was not fair. Obama is also seen as having a better understanding of the American people’s economic problems than Romney, 53 to 36 percent. Hours after the survey surfaced online, the Romney campaign blasted out a memo, challenging the legitimacy of the poll’s findings. “The writers make the point that the ballot match-up between President Obama and Governor Romney is the first time Obama has ever received more than 50 percent of the vote among registered voters,” Romney campaign pollster Neil Newhouse wrote. “Well, there’s a good reason why. The poll introduced specific negative information about Governor Romney immediately prior to asking the ballot match-up against President Obama.” Newhouse noted that immediately preceding the Obama vs. Romney match-up, the poll introduced information about the GOP candidate – including the suggestion that he “cuts jobs,” “benefited from opportunities that are not available to other people” and “is not paying his fair share of taxes” – resulting in a “tainted” ballot. “A pollster can’t ask or suggest specific negatives on a candidate immediately prior to a ballot test and expect to get anything other than a biased result,” Newhouse wrote. The Washington Post-ABC News poll was conducted Feb. 1-4 among 1,000 adults and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
     
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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Wapi Nyani Ngabu...the dice has been rolled bro!.... U wanted this and now u got it!
     
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