With Pawlenty out, Weber joins Romney camp

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  • Updated: August 23, 2011 - 11:44 PM
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lizziepAug. 24, 11 2:29 AM

Not a great start when you hook your star to Pawlenty. Second choice...not much better.

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noinkAug. 24, 11 6:16 AM

Beware- Vin Weber belongs to "The Council on foreign relations". This organization promotes a one world government.

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ironguruAug. 24, 11 6:51 AM

Way to go Vinnie! I'm sure with your help old Mitt should be out the door pretty damn quick!

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hrearden57Aug. 24, 11 7:25 AM

0bama's approval is 38%. I can't believe it is that high.

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stoneageAug. 24, 11 7:46 AM

"0bama's approval is 38%. I can't believe it is that high."..........It takes real effort to get it to the levels of our last President. I truly believe Obama will never attain those historic numbers (21%). On a related note, the GOP nominees have been narrowed down to two mentally ill people and a guy who lost the nomination before.

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blondietucoAug. 24, 11 7:52 AM

When Weber worked for Pawlenty, his advice sure helped Pawlenty take down Romney, NOT. I don't know why Romney wants this neo-con has been on his campaign?

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goobydooAug. 24, 11 7:57 AM

Well, stick a fork in Romney's campaign.

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e9999999Aug. 24, 11 8:01 AM

pawlenty's political career may be over, good riddance. obama's approval ratings are probably trumped up, or down in this case. lots of general slurring going on, no coherent explanations or criticisms. he inherited a garbage dump from the worm, and the upper class doesn't like that he's asking them to carry more of the burden. in case you didn't notice/don't have use of your senses, the ultra wealthy control much of the media.

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spendnowAug. 24, 11 8:28 AM

The liberals are out today. They all seem to think things are going so well under Obama, that nobody could possibly beat him. Are you people paying attention to the economy, unemployment, the deficit, the wars, the job growth, the home values, foreclosures, credit rating, dollar values, etc. You truly are the few, the proud, the naive. Come up from beneath the sand for a breathe every once in a while.

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kermar99Aug. 24, 11 8:55 AM

I think reading all of these comments are a sad statement of our country. Lots of division, snarkiness and finger pointing. I don't personally care for, or plan to vote for Ms. Bachmann or Mr. Perry but to refer to GOP candidates as "mentally ill"...really! Since the candidates on both side will continue to bash each other for the next 1+ years, could we as the citizens of this country who love our families, friends and communities, step it up a notch and share our opinions with civility that would perhaps bring collaboration and compromise and therefore eventually have that approach spread to our leaders. It's a little depressing to listen to the news, don't you think...we could all do better!

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