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GOP Insiders Near-Unanimous in Predicting Romney Nomination

The large Republican presidential field, along with the dramatic surges and collapses of several of its candidates, may ultimately be much ado about nothing. That, at least, is the conclusion of the Republican strategists surveyed in this week's National Journal Political Insiders Poll, who almost unanimously identified Mitt Romney as the most likely candidate to win the nomination. In the five times the GOP Insiders have been asked that question in 2011, Romney has never surrendered the top spot.

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That's because all the other candidates will drop out...

...and throw to Romney.

Except RP.

Cain is outta there. Just a matter of time. Perry already gone. Pawlenty already endorsed Romney. So will Huntsman.

Duuhhh...no kidding! The fix

Duuhhh...no kidding! The fix was in since 2008. America loses again!

Yeah because they know their

Yeah because they know their friends at Diebold

Exactly.

And they also have a lot of control over conventions and delegates...

More Ron Paul can't win hoax stuff.

Romney would be the bad "Dewey" vs. Obama,the really bad "Truman". We will know by the end of January as Ron wins the early ones for starters ;^)

No surprise that Insiders put

No surprise that Insiders put Ron Paul dead last.

But no worries since we are changing the GOP within in only 3-4 months right?

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Who did they poll? SS Reichsführer Karl "Himmler" Rove's family?

Insiders scare me.

"I support the Declaration of Independence and I interpret the Constitution."

Insiders are the Status Quo

What else are they going to predict?

The people still have to vote. I don't think that they are taking that into consideration.

"It does not take a majority to prevail but rather an irate, tireless minority keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men."

--Samuel Adams