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1 As usual, Planned Parenthood was cited as the reason, with the GOP claiming the organization is so evil that it's better to starve babies than allow Planned Parenthood to receive government funding.
2 main answer, presumably, lies in the G.O.P. 's decision, long ago, to seek votes from Southerners angered by the end of legal segregation.
3 Last year, older voters, who split their vote almost evenly between the parties in 2008, swung overwhelmingly to the G.O.P., as Republicans posed successfully as defenders of Medicare.
4 Other potential GOP presidential candidates scheduled to speak today: Sen. John Thune of South Dakota, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
5 Incumbent president Gerald Ford was the eventual GOP nominee, but the tight contest for the nomination dispelled any doubts about Reagan's ability to appeal to huge numbers of Americans.
6 Tom Ross, the chairman of the state GOP, described Ms O’Donnell as "not a viable candidate for any office, from dog catcher to senator."
7 Tom Ross, the chairman of the state GOP, described Ms o 'donnell as "not a viable candidate for any office, from dog catcher to senator."
8 For the GOP, he's more like the gaffe that keeps on goofing.
9 If G.O.P. intransigence means that taxes rise at the end of this month, so be it.
10 they really believe, after all this time, that gestures of appeasement to the G.O.P. will elicit a good-faith response?
11 On Saturday, at a G.O.P. rally in Anaheim, Calif., Palin mockingly noted that you won't find her invoking Mao or Saul Alinsky.
12 Next up is Kentucky, where tea party candidate Rand Paul isrunning hard in a GOP primary battle against Trey Grayson, the handpickedcandidate of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
13 critical analysis eviscerates the Margaret thatcher-lite the better it will be for the GOP, the United States and probably, ultimately, also for poor Bachmann herself.
14 Back in February G.O.P. legislators admitted frankly that they were trying to cripple financial reform by cutting off funding.
15 I'm reserving judgment on that, until we finish the inquiry, " Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa. , ranking GOP member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, on "Fox News Sunday. "
16 Not that Republicans didn't try - remember Rudy Giuliani, who insisted that he'd win the Jan. 29 GOP Florida primary because of the state's many retired New Yorkers?
17 GOP Senate candidates fended off Democratic challengers in key states and appeared poised to maintain the majority. Republicans also maintained their grip on the House.
18 In a fascinating Washington Post piece, Tevi Troy of the Hudson Institute notes that leading GOP candidates express a similar preference for meaty nonfiction in their literary explorations.
19 For some reason, many commentators seem to believe that accurately describing what the G.O.P. is actually proposing amounts to demagoguery.
20 The chairmanship also gives Republican leaders a bit moreleverage, in the event that Paul considers bolting the GOP for anotherthird-party bid.
21 The Palin story needs no retelling here. Most people think that if she were the GOP nominee, Obama would win.
22 Most people think that if she were the GOP nominee, Obama would win.
23 But an emboldened GOP already wants to repeal some of the President's policies.
24 McCain, 71, won primaries in Texas, Ohio, Vermont and Rhode Island Wednesday, giving him more than the 1191 delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination.
25 Sununu flew there and back on a private jet for which the Iowa GOP paid $ 2,000 - while an insurance corporation picked up the rest of the tab.
26 Yet none of them will pay a price in November, and many GOP challengers will benefit.
27 When asked about Social Security during a GOP debate, he stated: "Every man, woman and child in America needs to know it's going broke, and we've got to do the hard things.
28 Another GOP proposal that met stiff resistance was its move to eliminate the Department of Education, which, like the school lunch program, had always enjoyed strong bipartisan support.
29 What makes this interesting, of course, is that one hears Petraeus's name mentioned as a possible GOP presidential candidate in 2012.
30 If a Republican is elected President, the GOP will face enormous public pressure to deliver on its reform promises.