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By heterochromatic, January 25, 2012 at 6:32 pm Link to this comment
Gingrich’s victory in South Carolina isn’t going to
stop Romney. It’s merely a reminder of how little
enthusiasm Romney’s candidacy engenders among those who
vote in Republican primaries.
They’re as far from the center as a major party has
been since 72
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