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Let’s just admit it. We have a pretty stupid process of choosing the Republican nominee. The Democrats’ process is even more fouled up and overcomplicated, but at least they don’t have to go through with it this time around. We Republicans, on the other hand, are stuck with a terrible process for choosing the best person to face off against President Obama.
First off, I’d like to know why Iowa and New Hampshire deserve to be first. Do they have higher IQs? Are they better judges of character? Did God grant them the first Caucuses and Primaries just as he gave the Israelites their homeland? I don’t think so. These two small states are not representative of the country and do not deserve to be first in line just because they have laid claim to it.
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Perhaps it was a mistake for me to jump on the Cain Train. By now, you’ve all seen the implosion of the Cain campaign, and it is quite clear that Mr. Cain was never quite ready for primetime.
Here are the reasons why I can no longer support Mr. Cain for President:
Newt Gingrich will announce his candidacy for the GOP nomination on Wednesday.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is announcing his candidacy for president via Facebook and Twitter on Wednesday, his spokesman, Rick Tyler, confirmed to The Daily Caller.
Sean Hannity will interview the GOP “ideas machine” Wednesday night, his first interview after announcing, and Gingrich is slated to speak about running at the Georgia GOP convention later in the week, Tyler said.
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