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Two factors. First, are they really conservative? Do they really support our Tea Party values? Second, and in many ways almost as important, are they electable? It is pointless to have a candidate we agree with 100% if that candidate, for whatever reason, is unelectable. If I have to choose between an unelectable 100% candidate and an electable 90%, I am going for the 90%. 90% is certainly better than four more years of Zero!

Newt Gingrich has been moving up in the polls. A catastrophic debate showing by Rick Perry, and the stumbling comments of Herman Cain and add Cain's sexual skeletons controversy and Romney's inability to convince conservatives of his bona fides has opened a Newt-sized hole in the race, thanks to the old-timer's relatively low profile lately. As John Heilemann explained yesterday, "Newt Gingrich had the benefit, in a way, of his fall happening five months ago," the equivalent of a lifetime in this political season. He may have another moment in the sun. Butthe question is whether he then does the same thing he did last time: shoot himself in the foot and then decline into nothingness again. Newt's critical comments about right wing social engineering made the conservative community stay away from him.

Mitt Romney. He is the quintessential RINO. In Massachusetts, he gave them, Romney care. He tried to run for the Senate to the left of Ted Kennedy. I generally oppose a third party but I would have to look very hard at a third party if Romney were the GOP nominee. As Mass Governor, Romney was very pro gay marriage, pro illegal immigration, pro abortion, and Romeny Care was about as high tax big government as you get. Romney acted like a Democrat in all his actions. His current speeches do not match his actions as governor.

Rick Perry. Perry has started a national tour, but he is a moderate. He is not strong on cutting taxes, nor on social issues and favors importing workers from Mexico.

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Mitt Romney for President

Romney has "the look" but his support of government health care in Taxachusetts, gay marriage and his anti-second amendment actions there illustrate that he is a two faced politician but I predict that he will be a major contender for the nomination..
Although Romney says he is against amnesty for illegal aliens, he also says, I don't believe in rounding up 11 million people and forcing them at gunpoint from our country. says he would like to see illegal immigrants register with the government, pay taxes, and apply for citizenship.

When Mitt Romney was a sophomore in high school he participated in the campaign for his father's first term as Governor of Michigan. CFR member George Romney was reelected twice and Mitt even worked for him as an intern. He went to the 1964 Republican National Convention when his moderate father battled conservative Barry Goldwater for the party nomination over issues of civil rights and ideological extremism. The family ended up supporting Lyndon Baines Johnson for president.

Mitt Romney raised taxes and fees for marriage, driver's, and gun licenses. He increased the state gasoline fee by 2 cents per gallon and he closed tax loopholes that caused businesses to pay more taxes. This brought in $541 million to the coffers, but created financial hardships on businesses in Massachusetts.
Documentation on Mitt Romney - Mitt Romney A Too many flip flops. Does Romney mean what he says?
Mitt Romney President

Mitt Romney the President

Mitt Romney http://www.realchange.org/romney.htm

More Mitt Documentation:
Mitt Romney http://notmittromney.com/press/coalition-of-conservatives-launches-not-mitt-romney-effort-in-early-states/
Mitt Romney http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56637
Mitt Romney http://www.whichmitt.com/

Many Wife's of Romney Family

While Mitt Romney condemns polygamy and its prior practice by his Mormon church, the Republican presidential candidate's great-grandfather had five wives and at least one of his great-great grandfathers had 12.

Polygamy was not just a historical footnote, but a prominent element in the family tree of the former Massachusetts governor now seeking to become the first Mormon president.
Romney's great-grandfather, Miles Park Romney, married his fifth wife in 1897. That was more than six years after Mormon leaders banned polygamy and more than three decades after a federal law barred the practice.
Romney's great-grandmother, Hannah Hood Hill, was the daughter of polygamists. She wrote vividly in her autobiography about how she "used to walk the floor and shed tears of sorrow" over her own husband's multiple marriages.
Since 1862 the US Congress has banned polygamy, Nonetheless, the law of polygamy — but founder Joseph Smith's revelation that God authorized polygamy — remains in Article 132 of the church's Doctrine and Covenants. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,254362,00.html#ixzz1kdRBrynp
Mitt Romney - Many Mormon Wives of Romney Family http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,254362,00.html#ixzz1kdP657zr

Mitt Romney http://notmittromney.com/
Mitt Romney http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56637
Mitt Romney http://reason.com/archives/2011/10/19/mitt-romneys-lying-problem

With Romney Care all residents of the state are required to buy health insurance or face escalating tax penalties such as the loss of their personal income tax exemptions. This is, in effect a tax on their very existence in the state of Massachusetts! Romney Care also finances abortion with a $50 dollar co-pay. This entire bill was endorsed by Marxists Hillary Clinton, Teddy Kennedy and of course Planned Parenthood. Mitt Romney president http://www.newswithviews.com/Nelson/kelleigh123.htm

Newt Gingrich for President

Newt Gingrich. Since he left congress ten years ago, Gingrich has been a Washington insider. The Washington Post reported last week that a think tank Gingrich founded collected at least $37 million over the past eight years from health care interests.
Newt Gingrich http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/20/newt-gingrich-george-will_n_1103791.html
Second look at Newt.
Considering his ability to debate, personal charisma, and his speaking ability and with that ability that can wow an audience, this race should have been over at the end of last summer, with Newt being in the lead. Debate after debate, Newt was the clear winner.

Looking back at his record, Newt did a creditable job, and successfully pushed the conservative agenda, with his welfare reform doing a lot to fix a sick system. For that he is positively perceived. While no doubt he does have a record of being conservative, something Mitt Romney and others do not have. But when called upon by the international bankers, he caved in on raising the debt ceiling, and worked with Clinton and the establishment in the passage of NAFTA and GATT, and other trade deals that resulted in America being flooded with cheap and tariff free duty imports and sequent closure of hundreds of shirt factories across the south and elsewhere. Nevertheless, Newt has an overall record that he is positively perceived as being a conservative with leadership ability. His biggest problem is that Newt has been married 3 times and he would not be qualified to be a Deacon at your local Baptist church. Paul says a deacon should be: the husband of one wife, Let the deacons be the husbands of one wife, ruling their children and their own houses well. I Timothy 3
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In 2009, Newt became Catholic, maybe because his current wife is Catholic.

Gingrich's campaign nearly imploded this summer when he dismissed Rep. Paul Ryan's, R-Wis., Medicare reform plan as "right-wing social engineering." But that gaffe was a window into Gingrich's irresponsible approach toward entitlements. In 2003, Gingrich stumped hard for President George W. Bush's prescription drug bill, which has added about $17 trillion to Medicare's unfunded liabilities. "Every conservative member of Congress should vote for this Medicare bill," Newt urged. And in his 2008 book "Real Change," he endorsed an individual mandate for health insurance. Newt Gingrich http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/article/newt-gingrich-no-conservative

Rick Santorum for President

He is Catholic, and normally voted conservative in US Senate, especially on pro life, and was very supportive of the policies of President George Bush. Endorsement of liberal Alan Spector.

Is Rick Santorum Pro Life?

Rick Santorum's greatest disappoint to conservatives, was his endorsement and his campaign appearances for liberal Senator Alan Spector in 2004, over the very conservative Congressman. Conservative voters were angry, and in 2006 they voted out Rick Sanatorum by a 18 point margin in his re-election bid, while this brought down 4 Republican congress in defeat also. George W. Bush and his buddy Senator Rick Santorum threw pro-life Congressman Pat Toomey right under the bus when they both campaigned for the very pro-abortion Senator Arlen Spector. Let's see, "pro-life" Bush and Santorum backed a screaming pro-abort when they had the chance to help true-blue friend of the unborn, Patrick Toomey get elected.

In a losing battle Big Pharma's largest election expenditure, half a million dollars, was spent on Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) in 2006 who promised to preserve the Medicare scam, whereas his opponent, Bob Casey Jr., regularly attacked Medicare Part D as a giveaway to Big Pharma. Santorum has been on the Big Pharma payroll for some time, previously receiving over $250,000. In addition to helping pass Medicare Part D, he has aggressively lobbied other Senators to prevent re-importation of U.S. drugs at cheaper prices from Canada and Europe. It was a sad day in the Big Pharma camp to see Santorum bite the dust. Expect to see Big Pharma help re-inflate his sails for a presidential run. Rick Santorum http://www.newswithviews.com/Richards/byron14.htm

Santorum has proposed a $250,000 cap on the amount victims of medical malpractice can sue their doctors for. Yet his wife sought twice that much from a chiropractor she said treated her negligently. "The court proceedings are a personal family matter," said Mr. Privacy Rights, in answer to queries from reporters.

Supports allowing President ability to wage war, without congressional approval. How about the Obama invasion of Libya without congressional approval. 7) "We have found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, chemical weapons." -- Santorum in a June 21 press conference.
"[A] senior Defense Department official pointed out that the chemical weapons were not in useable condition. 'This does not reflect a capacity that was built up after 1991,' the official said, adding the munitions 'are not the WMDs this country and the rest of the world believed Iraq had, and not the WMDs for which this country went to war.'" -- FOX News, reporting on Santorum's claims, which were based on long-buried shells left over from the early 1990s. http://www.pittsburghcitypaper.ws/pittsburgh/top-20-reasons-to-vote-against-rick-santorum/Content?oid=1334340

Illegal Immigration. - D Rating
Rick Santorum, Received a grade of D, from Numbers USA on Illegal Immigration. recent comments to the media sound like he is leaning toward a "touchback" amnesty in which illegal aliens go back home and are quickly allowed to come back. Rick Santorum http://www.numbersusa.com/content/action/rick-santorum.html

Mandate E-Verify - Opposes
Although Sen. Santorum has not recently commented on E-Verify, in 1996 he voted against creating even a voluntary E-Verify system.

Increase Overall Immigration - Supports
In a January 24, 2011, interview, Sen. Santorum said the United States needs to increase immigration:"I do think we need more people coming to this nation who want to be Americans to grow this economy. You want to fix the Social Security problem? Let's have more workers producing and helping out the situation.... For me, I'm willing to allow increased immigration to this country, which could hopefully create a path for people to come into this country the right way instead of having to come to this country the wrong way." Source: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/qarick-santorum-discusses-controlling-de Rick Santorum http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/qarick-santorum-discusses-controlling-de

Ron Paul Presidential Candidate for 2012

Ron Paul - I actually like his isolationist , low tax and cut spending positions. He will run an interesting race and can raise money. Congressman Ron Paul usually places 3rd place in most national poles, and is often is in second place. That is very impressive as the news media normally try to ignore Ron Paul as he is very politically incorrect and has a habit of speaking the truth. Ron Paul for President
Ron Paul for President 2012

Congressman Ron Paul has something the other candidates envy, which is a profound amount of grassroots support. With over 700 local meetup groups, with around 89,000 members, this fact alone is very impressive and gives him creditability as a major contender. At his peak in 2008, he had double those numbers in meetup groups.
Should President have the power and decision to declare war on Libya, or should, only Congress have the power to declare war?
The Ron Paul foreign policy is for only Congress to declare war, not for the President to follow the dictates of the international bankers. Ron Paul for President 2012 Meetup Groups.

Illegal Immigration and Rating of Presidential Candidates.

Let's take a look at the Republican candidates and how Numbers USA rates them:
RICK SANTORUM also gets an F. on immigration.
Numbers USA gives Newt Gingrich a D-. Click here to see why.
Jon Huntsman also has a D-. You can click to this page and see why.
And, guess what? Rick Perry also has a D-. Go to his page and read about it. Click here.
What about SARAH PALIN? Well, her grade from Numbers USA is a little higher than the previous three. Sarah gets a D. Click here.
As for Mitt Romney, on the immigration issue he's tied with Sarah. Numbers USA rates Romney with a D on immigration. Read about it here at NumbersUSA

Donald Trump Presidential Candidate

The wild card
Donald Trump. Let's be blunt. Trump is a businessman, a Gambling Boss, not a conservative. He is a talented businessman. He has not only name recognition that surpasses Sarah Palin's, his favorability ratings are much higher too. Some experts have said Obama will spend a billion dollars on his reelection campaign. Trump, out of his own personal wealth can write a check that will instantly level the playing field, regardless of how many illegal contributions Obama gets. The down side for conservatives is that Trump is not a conservative. He recently gave $50,000 to Rahm Emanuel's campaign to become Chicago Mayor. He does take on the Chinese squarely, saying they are not our friends and out to harm America. Right now, his positions on so many issues are unknown. Trump has flirted with a presidential run before. This time he is serious. Who knows what he could do. He donated money to Obama, and is very liberal on many issues. Most likely The Donald will come back and run as a 3rd Party candidate, which will result in the re-election of Obama. The unlimited favorable major news media coverage should be an indication that he is clearly connected to the international bankers.

This year, conservatives are in the enviable position of having a number of good candidates to choose from. We also have a number of candidates out there that could destroy the conservative movement. We need to choose the candidate we are going to support. But, this time, we must choose carefully.

Rick Perry for President

Perry, after all, entered the Texas House in 1984 as a Democrat. He won reelection as a Democrat in 1986 and 1988, the same year he served as state chairman of Al Gores presidential campaign.

Whether Perry left the Democratic Party or the Democratic Party left him, to borrow a phrase from Ronald Reagan, is immaterial. He perceived the long term trend of rising GOP political power in Texas. He also spotted an opportunity to capitalize on that trend by running in 1990 as a Republican against a nationally recognized figure of liberal Democratic politics — Agriculture Commissioner Jim Hightower. Rick Perry Governor
Perry stood by and let Texas's TSA anti-groping bill die in the state legislature. According to observers, instead of promoting the bill, Perry dithered. He never pressed the lieutenant governor to call the bill during the regular legislative session. Only after Perry was shamed by a legislator did he agree to put the bill on the agenda during the Texas Legislature's recently concluded special session.
After passing in the house, it stalled in the Senate. But behind the scenes, Perry had been stonewalling the bill. The bill failed to pass because of Rick Perry. Rick Perry and TSA

Big Government Education. Perry backed No Child Left Behind which became law through the efforts of both John Boehner and Ted Kennedy for President George W. Bush. "It is basically the United Nations Lifelong Learning-Brainwashing Agenda under the umbrella of what will eventually be "unelected" school and community councils (council is defined as "soviet" in many dictionaries) which will make all decisions for us at the local level."

Th roughly document info on Rick Perry, must read: Rick Perry Issues

Rick Perry Illegal Immigration

Rick Perry has basically taken the George Bush approach on illegal immigration, and basically ignored the issue, and done nothing to slow it down. Numbers USA gives Rick Perry a pathetic D rating: Rick Perry and Immigration
Perry has not been mister Courage in Texas. Last year when Arizona stood alone against the national media in its fight to gain control of the open borders of the state, Governor Rick Perry of Texas was nowhere to be found. Nope he was silent. While he has made speeches in the state, and apparently out of the state, chastising the US government for it's lack of border enforcement, he has done nothing as governor of the states with the longest international boundary. Just last week Mexican military forces crossed into Texas for a brief moment. But, Perry has not been a voice on this issue, not done anything to spur federal action. Rick Perry Governor immigration

Rick Perry supports in-state tuition for illegal aliens, opposes the border fence, supports the Trans-Texas Corridor, and has refused to crack down on services to illegal aliens. He has even stated openly in the past that he has a moderate record on immigration. Rick Perry immigration Youtube
The Republican party, on the other hand, has a rather poor record on immigration also. Of course, big money donors to the GOP want mass immigration, including that of the illegal variety, because they like cheap labor. But in the long run, mass immigration hurts the Republican because it brings in more Democratic voters. A lot of conservatives don't seem to get this, or want to deny it, but it's a fact, and is not likely to change anytime soon.

More Presidential candidate Info:

Gary Johnson. Is he kidding? He is the former governor of New Mexico who is pro abortion, pro gay rights, and pro marijuana. He has about the same chance of becoming the GOP nominee as I do. And I am not running!

Jon Huntsman. The RINO Obama ambassador to China? Is he like the, Rent is too damn high, candidate? Called the Mitt Romney of the west due to his liberalism. Huntsman is a favorite of the liberal Council on Foreign Relations. The fact that President Obama appointed him as Ambassador to China should tell you something. If he is acceptable to Obama, how could he be a good man.

Chris Christie. It is easy to like Chris Christie as he has an impressive personality. He is doing some goods things in New Jersey, but is a social liberal, and his liberal thinking is reflected in his endorsement of Romney. If he were running he would be much higher due to positive thigns said about him in the liberal media.

Rand Paul. As a freshman senator, he came in and started making waves. His proposal to cut $500 billion from the budget, though it had no chance, was an outstanding start (with the exception of the cuts he wants for military spending). He is not running though there is a draft Rand Paul committee out there. Again, if he were running, he would be much higher.

Ron Paul. Fortunately, this is one Paul whose candidacy is makes the campaign interesting. Ron Paul is creditable on the issues. He is one of the few that is consistent in his comments. He is one of the few that has a solid conservative record. He is not a Me Too Rino Republican that is like most of the rest.

Tim Pawlenty. Tim who? He is the former governor of Minnesota. He got 4% at CPAC but remains mostly unknown. The next President maybe from Minnesota, but it will not be Pawlenty.

Mike Huckabee. Huckabee is right on social issues and wrong on fiscal issues. He supports path to citizenship for illegals and that is just about the kiss of death in my mind. If I had to choose between him and Obama, he would get my vote. He may choose to get back in the race. If you listen to him, he is likeable, and righto on the issues, expecting illegal immigration which he is in left field. His biggest problem is simply as Governor of Arkansas, his of raising taxes, aggressively promoting illegal immigration and public eduction, causes one to wonder about his conservative creditability.

Mitch Daniels. His speech at CPAC has clearly raised his stock. A lot of people are talking about him now. The reaction from Indiana is mixed. A lot of people in Indiana give him low marks because he did not stand up to the unions and make Indiana a right to work state. He is soft on immigration and has bought into the "Green energy" myth. Weak on moral issues, not pro life.

John Bolton. The former UN ambassador is making waves in Tea Party circles. He is blunt and outspoken. His credentials are in the foreign policy realm but is saying some things that cause some in conservative circles concern. He favored repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell and favors gay marriage.

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My guess is that Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee and Sarah Palin, Ron Paul will make competitive runs for the nomination but Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul have a record of creditability when going by their record.

Huckabee comes across as a "moderate" and a compromizer that politicians love. His weekly TV show gives him plenty of exposure so don't rule him out. Huckabees record in Arkansas where he raised taxes is not in line with conservative principles nor is his "road to citizenship for the illegals" . I like the man as he is personable but he needs to become more of a true conservative.

Palin,a constant focus of the media doesn't get great press. I doubt if she will get the nomination s the daily attacks on her are bound to take its toll.

Bachmann is a strong conservative, a fresh face and a Tea Party favorite. I like her honest and no nonsense approach to politics but I doubt if she has a chance. Again daily media attacks will take their toll.

Sarah Palin for President

Sarah Palin. Aside from Michele Bachmann, no candidate did more in 2010 to be associated with the Tea Party movement. From being the headliner at the National Tea Party convention last year to making numerous Tea Party appearances, Sarah Palin has tried very hard to identify her brand with the Tea Party movement. So why isn't she higher in my straw poll? There are three reasons. First, she came out in support of the pro gay GOProud at CPAC. My issues with GOProud have been documented here before so I won't rehash them. Second, she has said in the past she supports, "a path to citizenship." She has not come out and opposed amnesty. Finally, there is the electability issue. For better or worse, other than Barack Obama, she may be the most recognized and well-known politician in America. Almost everyone who knows of her has an opinion of her. She is one of very few Republican candidates that Barack Obama beats in the polls. Palin's problem is she is so well known it is hard for her to pick up any new traction. Hillary Clinton had the same problem in 2008. The difference for Palin in 2011/12 will be that she will not have the same friendly lap dog Hillary had, namely the drive-by media beating their drum of support. Sarah Palin Quotes

Michele Bachman for President

Michele Bachman. Bachman has been with the Tea Party movement since the beginning. She started a Tea Party Caucus in the House and is right on almost all of the issues. She does run against the old rule that someone from the House of Representatives cannot get elected President. (James Garfield was the only President to come directly from the House of Representatives and that was 1880!). Michelle Bachman is one of the few candidates with creditability. What she says today, matches her actions and votes of the past, a quality that is clearly lacking in most of the establishment front runner candidates for President. Michele Bachman was on the battle field fighting Obama care and the Obama agenda. Michele has a great record of opposing illegal immigration, and most of your opponents in their actions have promoted illegal immigrations. Michele Bachmann for President

Herman Cain for President

Herman Cain. The former Godfather's Pizza executive ran before and was pro choice on abortion, and was very liberal on the issues, like affirmative action, etc. He has moved to the right on the issues as he was quite liberal in his 200 run for president. and would be an interesting opponent to Obama. His business experience is also a significant plus. Herman Cain supports affirmative action and opposes an audit of the Federal Reserve. Herman Cain previously worked for the Federal Reserve and speaks highly of that private banking organization.

A thorough evaluation of Herman Cain on the issues at:
Herman Cain Issues
Herman Cain for President 2012

Herman Cain was previously a President of a Federal Reserve Bank, but he is opposed to an audit of the federal reserve. He previously endorsed the TARP bailout. so Herman has a very pro banking record an has been in high banking places. Herman Cain for President

More on Herman Cain and the issues can be found at:
Herman Cain for President 2012

Herman Cain for affirmative action: Herman Cain and at Cain's web site for Georgia US Senate.

Judge Roy Moore President

Judge Roy Moore considered running president.
Moore on Judge Roy Moore at: Judge Roy Moore

Haley Barbour. The Governor of Mississippi is the good old boy everyone wants to invite to the neighborhood cookout. He has that old southern charm, but unfortunately that is not enough. As a former chair of the RNC, he does have the connections to run a good race. Unfortunately, he has not shown a commitment to rolling back socialism and he is soft on amnesty.

John Thune. If he runs, he is a solid conservative. Thune's biggest problem is going to be name recognition. The conservative base will know him but few outside of activists and South Dakota residents will. But he has time, if he runs.

Jim DeMint. Next month, he is going to give a speech in Iowa. He has said he is not running but all things are subject to change. DeMint single handedly stopped Harry Reid's attempt to shove a massive budget bill through in December. He has been dubbed the Tea Party Senator and is right on all of the issues.

So there you go, my prediction is Mitt Romney is that he will repeat the story of 2008. If there is anyone who is willing to make a compromise on the second amendment, with taxes and with Obamacare it is him. Sarah Palin is very good looking and we a beauty queen to be our cheerleader. Can sweet Sarah handle leadership and can she be CEO of a large nation.

Sarah Palin needs to study history more before making quoutes about Paul Revere. Sarah Palin Quotes

This week, two of the movement's most prominent Congressional supporters hinted they may make a run at the White House. GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann's announcement Thursday that she may launch an exploratory committee for president and Republican Sen. Rand Paul's suggestion he is mulling a bid are signs the movement that began two years ago is quickly moving onto the presidential stage. POLL: GOP presidential field wide open Tea Party groups across the country demonstrated their effectiveness last fall by helping Republicans recapture the House and grow their numbers in the Senate. However, the various Tea Party groups that pride themselves on having a loose affiliation with each other and no central leader have yet to show whether they can rally behind one candidate to win a national election. "Never happen," said Jennifer Duffy, senior editor at the Cook Political Report. "That doesn't mean in individual states they will not be a force." At the very least, Tea Party activists feel the presence of a Tea Party candidate will force other GOP candidates to lean toward their defining principles. "A high-profile Tea Party candidate will push everyone on the campaign trail in the direction of fiscal responsibility, constitutionally limited government and free markets," said Mark Meckler, co-founder of the Tea Party Patriots.

The fact that there is no clear front-runner in the race provides an opportunity for a Tea Party candidate to secure the nomination outright, said Frank Donatelli, a Timothy Republican political consultant who worked for President Reagan. "There probably is room in our field for a candidate with strong outsider credentials that is anti-establishment and has some links to the Tea Party," Donatelli said. Timothy.

Phillips said Obama beat Hillary Rodham Clinton partly because of the grass-roots base that Obama campaign forged through its website. He said the Tea Party, through its various umbrella groups and websites, already has a similar system in place, meaning any Tea Party-supported candidate will have a small army of volunteers ready to go.

Who that will be is a mystery. Tea Party voters won't blindly rush to a self-described Tea Party candidate, but will rally behind those who have walked the Tea Party talk, said Whit Ayres, co-founder of Resurgent Republic, a group that promotes conservative free-market principles. Ayres said governors who have balanced their budgets and cut spending could fare better with Tea Party voters than candidates who simply pushed for such initiatives in Washington. "You'd have to give the edge to any candidate who has a demonstrated record of accomplishment in statewide office," Ayres said.

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