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September 07, 2006

The Current State of GOP Presidential Candidates

Stephen Bainbridge thinks some GOP candidate will try "outflank Bush to the right." He uses Newt Gingrich's muscular talk about the war as an example. I hope someone does this--Guiliani would be a good bet for tough war talk--because there's no current candidate that inspires me. Sen. John McCain hates political free speech, Sen. George Allen shoots a little too much from the hip and isn't agile enough to clean up his mess, and the other people who potentially could jump in have little name recognition to even inspire a political junkie like me. Newt has his problems, temperment and management style, but he's a man who's not afraid to think big.

"Gingrich Flanking Bush to the Right"

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Posted by Sean Hackbarth in Politics at 01:49 PM | Comments (3) | Trackbacks (0)