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Old 03-05-2012, 02:17 PM
 
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McCain didn't "cream" anyone. Obama has an abyssmal record now...that will be the game changer.
then why does he have a 47-50 percent approval rating.
Mitt Romney had way more money than Mccain in 2008.
and John Mccain was basically campaigning with no money similiar to Gingrich
and santorum now.

Mccain smashed Romney in the New hamsphire debate and took the state from him which is why romney lost new hampshire..

Obama beat Mccain in his debates, and the economy will be alot better in november than now.
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Old 03-05-2012, 02:32 PM
 
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then why does he have a 47-50 percent approval rating.
Mitt Romney had way more money than Mccain in 2008.
and John Mccain was basically campaigning with no money similiar to Gingrich
and santorum now.

Mccain smashed Romney in the New hamsphire debate and took the state from him which is why romney lost new hampshire..

Obama beat Mccain in his debates, and the economy will be alot better in november than now.


Mitt Romney was using his own money in 2008. He had little compared to McCain in donations, especially once McCain was the clear frontrunner and GOP choice and he still almost beat McCain. He dropped out to give McCain the clear shot at being the nominee and so as not to damage the party. It would be nice if those in the race now could have that sort of loyalty.


There is one thing about it though, if Mitt is the nominee this time, there will be plenty of money backing his campaign against Obama.
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Old 03-05-2012, 02:52 PM
 
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Mitt Romney was using his own money in 2008. He had little compared to McCain in donations, especially once McCain was the clear frontrunner and GOP choice and he still almost beat McCain. He dropped out to give McCain the clear shot at being the nominee and so as not to damage the party. It would be nice if those in the race now could have that sort of loyalty.


There is one thing about it though, if Mitt is the nominee this time, there will be plenty of money backing his campaign against Obama.
what are you talking about Mccain had no money going into New Hampshire he fired his staff because he couldnt afford them, he only had like 2 milllion dollars.

Mitt Romney used like 33 million dollars of his own money.
33 million to two million and he still looses in one of his own states.

Mitt romney spent 21 million in Michigan to beat santorum and won by 3 points
Santorum only spent about 1.5 million dollars. he is spending 11 million to beat Santorum in Ohio and it still neck and neck.

this proves how weak romney is, we saw in South Carolina once the money reaches parody they loose.
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