1. Big Doug says:

    Jim Gilmore is going to run for President. He hurts Romney, who is pretending to be the conservative in the race.

  2. SouthernConservativ says:

    Interesting read. Big Doug, does Jim Gilmore truely have wide spread name recognition with the average voter?

    Secondly, along the lines of who is actually going to run in the race, Biden announced yesterday on Russerts show, I am curious to what everyones opinions are to what the issues are going to be on a candidate by candidate basis.

    Any thoughts?

    What will the theme(s) of the 2008 races be?

  3. Brian from Ellijay says:

    Lets just ssave everybody trouble and weed out everyone who is not a Governor/ has been a Governor. Governors win. Who will be the Governors in the race on both sides of the aisle?

  4. blazer says:

    Gilmore Romney on the Gop side…

    Does Gilmore even stand a chance of raising the money or name ID to have a decent chance?

  5. drjay says:

    i doubt mccain would run as an indy–he’s a maverick and all that–but he’s still a gop–it would have to get real bad and bitter for this to happen–also gilmore has all of this year to raise his name id and money–really he only has to raise name id in what 3 or 4 states by the end of the year if you think about it–and unless he is a total tool (i don’t know much about him) he should still have some friends and potential donors names in his blackberry from his stint as rnc chair i would think…

  6. Adam Fogle says:


    Glad to see we can agree on something.

    I’ve grown tired of social conservatives slamming McCain for “bucking the party,” not being “conservative enough,” etc.

  7. Jace Walden says:

    Give what up Bull?

    I used to have a lot of respect for McCain because he used to be the alternative to some right wing nut job.

    Now days it seems as though he can’t do enough to pander to the right wing nut jobs. Since to you he’s the second coming, maybe you’d mind explaining that, Bull…

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