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Republican Mitch Daniels says he won’t run for president

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels said on Sunday in an email to supporters he had decided not to seek the Republican presidential nomination because of family considerations. “The counsel and encouragement I received from important citizens like you caused me to think very deeply about becoming a national…

Gingrich attacks Obama on energy policies

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Republican former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich, mulling a run for the White House, on Wednesday derided President Barack Obama over energy policy and high gasoline prices. <br/> Rising gas prices threaten to derail the fragile U.S. economic recovery and are becoming a potent…

Controversial ‘Ten Commandments’ judge weighs White House run

DES MOINES (Reuters) – A former Alabama judge who gained attention for defying orders to take down a “Ten Commandments” monument from his courthouse said on Monday he was seriously considering running for president. Roy Moore, a Republican who was removed from Alabama’s Supreme Court by a judicial ethics panel, said he was…

First official GOP candidate for 2012 is gay and doesn’t care for Sarah Palin

Meet Fred Karger: He’s the first official entrant in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. He’s also openly gay, a proud feminist, pro-same sex marriage, pro-abortion-rights, and a critic of Sarah Palin who thinks many Republicans are hypocrites. “There is no place for hatred and bigotry in this…

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