The Last Of The Millenniums

Just because it always has been, doesn't mean it always will be

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The Big Bang Bucket List Of A Buddhist Blogger

SHELDON GOT ELECTROCUTED

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If THIS doesn’t make you feel great…….I don’t know what will
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The Day in Some Pictures #6

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The Day in Some Pictures #4

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The Day in Some Pictures #2

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The Day in Some Pictures #1

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The Day in a Quote

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Republicans 2016 – ‘CNN Poll: Romney tops Obama but loses to Clinton’

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I would give anything to have Mitt run in 2016.

I still think that Rand Paul will be the eventual Republican nominee as I think Romney will not run.

Age and the spotlight on his wealth – again and much harder this time.

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But a CNN/ORC International poll also indicates that if Romney changes his mind and runs again for the White House, Hillary Clinton would best him by double digits in a hypothetical showdown’.

‘Romney has said numerous times that he won’t run for the White House again. But what if things changed and he ended up as the GOP nominee in 2016? The CNN poll indicates that 55% of Americans would support Clinton, with Romney at 42%’.

‘”Politically speaking, there is an interesting group of people who would not vote for Obama but would pick Clinton over Romney,” said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. “It turns out that nearly seven in ten of them are women, and 56% are Independents.”
From : http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2014/07/27/cnn-poll-romney-tops-obama-but-loses-to-clinton/

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