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Poll: Rick Perry More Unpopular Than Obama

A new statewide poll indicates we may be witnessing the decline and possible fall of the Lone Star State's longest serving governor.  The poll shows Rick Perry's approval ratings in Texas have fallen to an all time low, lower than the highly unpopular President Barack Obama.

If polls mean anything, the fallout from Perry's ill fated Presidential campaign could end his political career.

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Growing Unease Over GOP Presidential Choices

There are signs of growing unease among Republican Party insiders about the finalists in the Presidential nomination sweepstakes.  There's talk of persuading another Republican to jump into the fray, but, a former RNC Chairman says that would not work.

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Rick Perry Quits Race – Endorses Gingrich

Texas Governor Rick Perry says he has decided to drop out of the shrinking crowd of GOP Presidential wannabes, and he will throw his support behind former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

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Condy for Veep? It Could Happen

There's growing speculation in high and low places that former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice could be the Vice Presidential running mate for whomever gets the Republican Presidential nomination next year.

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Study: Voters Fleeing Both Major Parties in Droves

President Obama’s uphill battle to re-election is getting steeper.

A report released Wednesday by the centrist think-tank Third Way shows that more than 825,000 voters in eight key battleground states have left the Democratic Party since Obama won election in 2008.

That's nearly a million former Democrats who're not likely to vote for Obama again next  year.  The GOP is also losing voters, but not as many as the Democratic Party.

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Poll: Hillary Clinton Could Defeat Any Republican

Here's food for thought for those who can't stop wondering if Hillary Rodham Clinton will run for President again.  Some Democrats say their party's nomination is hers for the asking, and a new poll indicates she would win the election hands down. 

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Some Democrats Think They Should’ve Nominated Hillary

Some Democrats are expressing what amounts to "buyer's remorse" over their choice of Barack Obama as their Presidential candidate in 2008.

Obama is facing mounting doubts about his re-election prospects from inside his own party, and some of his fellow Democrats are wondering if Hillary Clinton would have made a better president.

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