Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

Fresno State Republicans react to loss

The room fell silent as the numbers flashed on the TV screen, projecting that President Barack Obama had won the election. Many would cheer and celebrate, but those watching the screen at the Downtown Club in Fresno had very different feelings.

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Romney’s out of touch

We are lazy, irresponsible moochers feeding off of the successful in this country, and don’t you forget it.

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Romney lacks strong economic leadership

Mitt Romney’s campaign seems to be absent of solid policy proposals and an explanation of how he would get our economy back on track. Romney is running the most policy-free campaign we have ever seen. What are his economic, energy ...

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Obama favored over Mitt

Now that Mitt Romney has wrapped up the Republican nomination, we can now ask the million-dollar question: Just who is going to win the presidency in November?

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Election update: It’s Rick vs. Mitt, but Romney still inevitable

After months of the press convulsing over who would emerge as the conservative alternative to “Massachusetts Moderate” Mitt Romney — Michele Bachmann! Rick Perry! Herman Cain! Newt Gingrich! — it appears that the narrative for the race for the Republican nomination has finally settled.

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Mitt’s the one

The race for the Republican nomination is now Mitt Romney’s to lose. He has always been the frontrunner, but now, after winning the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, it would take a gaffe of Cainian proportions to knock Romney off, and that just is not going to happen.

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Analyzing the post-New Hampshire GOP race

The race for the Republican nomination is now Mitt Romney's to lose. He has always been the frontrunner, but now, after winning the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, it would take a gaffe of Cainian proportions to knock Romney off, and that just is not going to happen.

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One-finger salute

The NCAA Tournament definitely lived up to its name.

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