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Perry, Trump and the Birthers

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The Associated Press Date: Sunday Oct. 23, 2011 2:57 PM ET WASHINGTON — Texas Gov. Rick Perry, struggling to claw back to prominence in the Republican presidential race, is renewing the so-called birther issue, suggesting in a new interview he harbours doubts that President Barack Obama was born in the United States. “I don’t have any idea,” …

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The Embarrassment That is Trump Must Exit

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Most Americans knew the truth, Barack Obama was born in America and of course was an American (his mom was born in Kansas).   A few desperately held onto to a lie for what ever reasons that he was not an American.  Now that Hawaii has released the official birth certificate of Barack Obama it …

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Iowa Activists Not Sold on Trump Caucus Campaign

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Donald Trump says he would embrace the rigors of campaigning in Iowa if he decides to run for president, but Iowa Republican leaders say they doubt the celebrity businessman really knows what it takes to compete in the state’s presidential caucuses and wonder if he would commit the time and …

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GOP Picture for 2012 Remains Blurry

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By NEIL KING JR. And JONATHAN WEISMAN The crop of 2012 Republican presidential candidates is about to expand, adding faces to one of the most varied—and muddled—GOP fields in decades. The lineup currently lacks a clear favorite to stir the GOP base, to the dismay of many in the party. A Gallup poll released Friday …

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What history will apply to the 2012 election?

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Handicapping an election 19 months away seems relevant only to political junkies except for this: Expectations, as shrewd investors know, affect actions. The Republican presidential field might be more formidable if President Obama were less strongly favored. And over time, what Congress does will be shaped by the presidential campaign’s direction. Views of 2012 are …

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Trump Strong Nationally, Weak in Iowa

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While many republicans nationwide are showing enthusiasm for a Donald Trump presidency, Iowans simple are not. A recent PPP Poll (Public Policy Polling) shows that Iowan’s unfavorables are very high for Trump: Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump? Favorable……………………………………………….. 41% Unfavorable ……………………………………………. 40% Not sure …………………………………………………. 19% The same poll …

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Cain Gets Praise; Trump Gets a Laugh

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Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad laughed and couldn’t finish his sentence today when a reporter asked him about potential presidential contender Donald Trump, a celebrity known as The Donald. Here’s how it went: The Des Moines Register asked if he thought former pizza executive Herman Cain of Georgia had a shot at placing high in the …

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Trump Tops all GOP Contendors in CNN Poll

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In a shocking new CNN poll, Donald Trump finished tied for first with Mike Huckabee when asked the question: Which candidate you would be most likely to support for the Republican nomination for President in the year 2012? Trump 19% Huckabee 19% Palin 12% Gingrich 11% Romney 11% Paul 7% Bachmann 5% None 4% Someone …

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Neighborhood Research Poll Shows Iowans Still Undecided, but Trump Surging

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Neighborhood Research completed 319 surveys of Iowa Republicans likely voters. Three ballot tests were conducted. The first poll included all seventeen candidates who have had activity in Iowa. Not surprising at this date, the undecided category leads all candidates with 23.5% of the vote, followed by Mike Huckabee at 21%. Mitt Romney comes in third …

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Huckabee Leads in National Poll; Gingrich Making Move

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Interviews with 1,023 adult Americans conducted by telephone by Opinion Research Corporation on March 11-13, 2011. The margin of sampling error for results based on the total sample is plus or minus 3 percentage points. Huckabee 19% Romney 18% Gingrich 14% Palin 12% Trump 10% Paul 8% Someone else 4% None/ No one 3% Pawlenty …

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