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Romney and Gingrich: They’re both right

About each other, that is.

In case you missed it the other day, John Nichols of The Nation had one of the most insightful takes on the latest developments in the GOP presidential primary battle. In it, he quotes thus far unsuccessful GOP candidate Buddy Roemer’s to-the-point tweet:

 “The two frontrunners: A lobbyist and corporate shill. Why are they on top? They have the most $$. We can do better”

 

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  1. david esmay

    January 25, 2012 at 11:54 am

    There are two reasons that they keep Roemer from the debates and keep changing the rules for participation to exclude him, he doesn’t belong to, as Bill Moyers pointed out, “the delusional fringe” that contols the republican party. And reason.

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