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June 2nd, 2011
01:34 PM ET
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  1. John from Erie, Pa

    Republicans are loosing credibility when they attack each other. They should let the voters choose who they want to run. They are doing the same thing that is done on the reality show "Survivor" by forming alliances.

    June 3, 2011 at 8:40 am |
  2. ben jackson

    I have an idea for your next "breaking news" story.
    Re-run Romney's comments in '08 about letting Detroit and the auto companies go bankrupt.
    That should get some comments.

    June 3, 2011 at 11:19 pm |
  3. MATTHEW F LIX

    I think running for president is a lot different then being president and doing the job. This is why people running for office in the republican primary can say a lot of things that are not true and get away with it. They are not accountable.It is a shame that Washington DC is so polarised, and that Olympia Snow is not going to run for reelection due to the polarization and politics.

    February 29, 2012 at 11:40 am |
  4. three

    I am seeing the argument over President Obama's campaign position being framed as he is against companies that do what Bain Capital does. That misrepresents what the president has always said. He has never positioned himself against investment industries. He is positioning himself against Willard Mitt Romney in particular. Romney lacks courage. He always hides behind something (His wife’s ill health, his surrogates, his loss of memory about being a bully …). Recall, he didn’t cut the kid’s hair off by himself. He needed a mob. Now avoiding direct confrontation, he want to pit the president not against himself (Candidate Romney); making it, the president against the investment industry. Whenever this subject comes up, media commentators lose sight of who is actually opposing whom. This oversight has made all of Obama’s allies (Including Bill Clinton) begin their statements a disclaimer. They are compelled to make it clear that they are not anti-investment. Thereby allowing some praise as he hides behind an entire industry. That’s Mitt again saying “please don’t look at me.” I don’t think that America’s leader should appear so fearful..

    June 1, 2012 at 2:13 pm |
  5. Kapoor

    I just want to know if Romney becomes president would he be drawing the salary or would be taking $1 like mayor of NY.

    November 5, 2012 at 1:04 pm |

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