Don’t read too much into it.
Via Chicks on the Right, two possibilities for why the GOP’s grown chilly to national health care programs over time. …
“[I]t could have changed the outcome of the general election.”
Obama campaign “eight, maybe 10 years ahead.”
“We don’t want to become a party in which a handful of political bosses gather up money from billionaires in order to destroy the candidates they don’t like.”
“I love and respect Marco. I think he’s just amazingly naïve on this issue.”
“Why is it that the people who are for gun control don’t want to go to Chicago to find out why gun control has failed so much?”
“The Republican Party today is incapable of competing at that level.”
“You want to talk about trust?”
To the end.
“Why do you assume food stamp refers to black? What kind of racist thinking do you have?”
“You guys almost sound like you’re an extension of the Obama campaign.”
“I know that guys like Soros have been doing it for years, if not decades.”
“Horse’s ass right-wingers.”
“It was a truly wild ride.”
A RINO among rhinos.
“It’s pretty clear Governor Romney is going to be the nominee.”
Newt hinting at withdrawal?
“Just another example of Newt’s arrogance and self-importance.”
Herman Cain: “Let’s get on with this.”
“The Second Amendment is an amendment for all mankind and an amendment which will improve all mankind.”
Because it couldn’t possibly be anything else.
Message to Newt?
Time to coalesce.
Not going anywhere.
An unlikely friendship.
So why not drop out?
“Felix was out on bond after threatening another public servant and has a history of making threats.”