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The '''2012 Republican Primary''' is the [[Republican]] Party's primary to decide who will run against Obama in the 2012 presidential election.  Currently, there are four candidates in the running: [[RINO]] [[Mitt Romney]], family values conservative [[Rick Santorum]], conservative [[Newt Gingrich]] and libertarian [[Ron Paul]].  For sometime Romney was ahead in the polls, but many Republicans hoped a more conservative candidate would gain the nomination causing Newt to gain the lead briefly, but then Santorum surged. Ultimately, the goal of the Republicans in 2012 is to defeat President [[Barack Obama]].  Currently the most likely person to win the Republican nomination is [[Jeb Bush]], see: [[2012 Presidential Election]].
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The '''2012 Republican Primary''' is the [[Republican]] Party's primary to decide who will run against Obama in the 2012 presidential election.  Currently, there are four candidates in the running: [[RINO]] [[Mitt Romney]], family values conservative [[Rick Santorum]], conservative [[Newt Gingrich]] and libertarian [[Ron Paul]].  For sometime Romney was ahead in the polls, but many Republicans hoped a more conservative candidate would gain the nomination causing Newt to gain the lead briefly, but then Santorum surged. Ultimately, the goal of the Republicans in 2012 is to defeat President [[Barack Obama]].  The most likely person to win the Republican nomination is [[Jeb Bush]], see: [[Presidential Election 2012].
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
 
[[Sarah Palin]]:''It is quite volatile. Lots of fluidity, and that is the nature of competition which makes all of these candidates so much better.'' [http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/2012/02/22/palin-optimistic-about-volatile-gop-race-competition-makes-everybody-better]
 
[[Sarah Palin]]:''It is quite volatile. Lots of fluidity, and that is the nature of competition which makes all of these candidates so much better.'' [http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/2012/02/22/palin-optimistic-about-volatile-gop-race-competition-makes-everybody-better]

Revision as of 21:55, 23 February 2012

The 2012 Republican Primary is the Republican Party's primary to decide who will run against Obama in the 2012 presidential election. Currently, there are four candidates in the running: RINO Mitt Romney, family values conservative Rick Santorum, conservative Newt Gingrich and libertarian Ron Paul. For sometime Romney was ahead in the polls, but many Republicans hoped a more conservative candidate would gain the nomination causing Newt to gain the lead briefly, but then Santorum surged. Ultimately, the goal of the Republicans in 2012 is to defeat President Barack Obama. The most likely person to win the Republican nomination is Jeb Bush, see: [[Presidential Election 2012].

Quotes

Sarah Palin:It is quite volatile. Lots of fluidity, and that is the nature of competition which makes all of these candidates so much better. [1]

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/2012/02/22/palin-optimistic-about-volatile-gop-race-competition-makes-everybody-better#ixzz1nGfXzkOw