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Senator John Thune Drops Bid for 2012 Presidency Run

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  1. Daniel says:

    I agree 100% Carol. I find him hard to gauge right now on possible reasons behind his decision. O one hand some folks want us to believe he wants to become entrenched in the old guard GOP power structure in the Senate after Kyle retires. yet to listen to him at CPAC he came across as a strong fiscal conservative that the Teaparty would certainly support. One does not go with the other here, in my opinion. That is why I allude to his seeming to be “uncomfortable” with the talk about him running for POTUS in 2012.

    Thanks again for joining in the conversation here at CDN. W need to get a hell of a lot more folks talking about this stuff if we are ever to get the Marxist Community Organizer in Chief out of office in 2012.

  2. Carolyn Dunston says:

    If Senator Thune doesn’t feel that he is ready then he should know better than anyone else. The person who will be elected President in 2012 will have a tough job ahead of them cleaning up the Obama mess.