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From: Richard Steel <rsteel2...@aol.com>
Subject: Re: When Will The GOP Discuss Mormonism?
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> > No. =A0 It will be discussed in after election day while trying to
> > explain why Romney lost.
> That wont be the reason he lost.
> Romney will give us many reason during the campaign.
> For followers of Limbo and the Tea Party he will not be conservative enou=
> as an example.
Rush Limbaugh has already stated, in no uncertain terms, that he would
happily, and aggressively, support Romney when he wins the nomination.
Counting on infighting of the Republicans to save your bacon? You
have no idea how unified the right is against Obama.