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Romney Viewed More Negatively Than Hillary

A race between them would be interesting, if only because a majority of self-described independents say they would never vote for either of them. Meanwhile, Obama is doing the best in avoiding the "no, never" reaction. And party registration is moving steadily in the Democratic directon. All this, of course, is depressing. Romney deserves to be given a chance. Obama is my "no, never" guy. And right now it would be reasonable to say that Republican partisanship will not be the key to victory in 2008.

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Both McCain and Romney have higher "definitely not" numbers than Clinton. See the poll results.

It's all Bush, HE'S the millstone. It's not the war, for with another leader, the war would have been conducted, handled and explained far differently. The Bush style is killing us. Absolutely killing us.

Dan, I hate to be at odds with you again, but it's far more the war than Bush. Bush remains a constant. The war itself, on the other hand, steadily gets worse.

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