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    We've gotta stop thinking about Iowa start on New Hampshire

    We have got to put Iowa behind us and unite to put Romney ahead of McCain. What can we do in the next four days?
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    I concur. Un-mask McCain's "Secure the border now, amnesty later" scheme.

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    I AGREE. NO TIME TO DWELL ON WHAT WE CANT CHANGE. WE HAVE TO MOVE ON TO WHAT WE CAN CHANGE
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    Huckabee smoked us, unfortunately, in Iowa (or at least the evangelicals of Iowa did). Now the main problem in New Hampshire is McCain as Huckabee should slip to third or fourth there.
    Any postings against McCain, and to a lesser extent against Huckabee, you can make at any NH website would help. At the newspaper sites listed below, they frequently publish articles, that in some cases can be commented on.

    I have a few websites posted below:

    NH Newspaper Websites:

    http://www.newslink.org/nhnews.html

    http://www.50states.com/news/newhamp.htm

    http://www.usnpl.com/nhnews.php

    NH Forums & Boards:

    http://www.topix.com/forum/state/nh

    Here's what I've beem posting at the above on McCain:

    McCain is not a tax cutter in a party that has made tax cuts one of its most basic tenets for nearly 30 years. Not only did he vote against President George W. Bush’s tax cuts in 2001 and 2003 — cuts that clearly are responsible for the booming economy of the past four-plus years — but just last week he told National Review’s Rich Lowry that he was correct not to vote for those tax cuts.

    It’s bad enough that McCain is not a tax cutter, but if you’re concerned at all about illegal immigration, you should slam the door in McCain’s face. Not only was he an advocate and spokesman for the June 2007 Comprehensive Immigration Reform which would have granted amnesty (citizenship) to 20 plus million illegal aliens, he was one of the main architects (along with Ted Kennedy) of the language in this deeply flawed bill. After the bill crashed and burned due to the massive outcry from American citizens, McCain started his spin. He’s so out of touch he actually thinks that the outcry from America was just because of the broken, unsecured borders. So McCain thinks that once (if) the borders are secured, the American people will be amenable to then giving amnesty to the mass millions of illegal aliens here. He’s so tied to providing cheap, unlimited (illegal) labor to business that he’s come up with this rationalization. McCain just doesn’t “get it
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    It is time to get everyone that is serious about defeating McCain behind Romney. I think that by New Hampshire it will be clear that neither RP or DH can sustain the race. The race will come down to Romney, McCain & Guiliani.

    Time to pick a side & move forward.

    Romeny may not be perfect, but he is miles better than either of the two others.

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    The best thing to do is wait for instruction from William. He is the best one to direct us. This is his area of excellence!

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    McCain

    I'm all for stopping McCain. My goal is not to have him in the top three. If Thompson would wake up, I don't think McCain would be a problem in New Hampshire. But some of the news stations (before Iowa) were suggesting that Thompson may drop out and throw his support to McCain.

    I've lost the logic of that one.

    I'll wait to hear the strategy. I don't believe going negative is going to work, and it actually could help both Huckabee and McCain. Huckabee seems to excel when it looks as if he's been picked on. McCain likes being the underdog, and many Americans are sick of negative politics.

    It's time for these remaining candidates to toot their horns and stop trying to trip other candidates. That dog didn't hunt in Iowa (sorry, I'm a southerner) and may hurt them in later states.

    Both Huckabee and McCain are popular with the press. And, not just because their liberal. They're likable. Like it or not, the press is still controlling this process. I hope our candidates can find a way to work it to their benefit.

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    Re: McCain

    Quote Originally Posted by ymeoru
    I'm all for stopping McCain. My goal is not to have him in the top three. If Thompson would wake up, I don't think McCain would be a problem in New Hampshire. But some of the news stations (before Iowa) were suggesting that Thompson may drop out and throw his support to McCain.

    I've lost the logic of that one.

    I'll wait to hear the strategy. I don't believe going negative is going to work, and it actually could help both Huckabee and McCain. Huckabee seems to excel when it looks as if he's been picked on. McCain likes being the underdog, and many Americans are sick of negative politics.

    It's time for these remaining candidates to toot their horns and stop trying to trip other candidates. That dog didn't hunt in Iowa (sorry, I'm a southerner) and may hurt them in later states.

    Both Huckabee and McCain are popular with the press. And, not just because their liberal. They're likable. Like it or not, the press is still controlling this process. I hope our candidates can find a way to work it to their benefit.
    Pointing out problems with platforms and philosophies of candidates is NOT negative, if stated and presented in the light of exposing their stances on issues and past actions. It's all in how you lay it out.
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    Romney did a great job of highlighting Huckabee's record without going nasty.

    Clearly Huckabee played the Mormon card every chance he got. Huckster only carried the evangelicals, he lost every other group.

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