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May 30, 2013

Ann Romney solo interview reveals her thoughts on potential GOP candidates in 2016

  • Rep. Paul Ryan ”Mitt and I are very, very partial to Paul Ryan, but we don’t even know if he’s going to run.”
  • Gov. Chris Christie “Things are made into bigger things than people think…Chris is a great guy, and we love him. We have no bitterness towards him.”
  • Her Sons “I’d really have to think about it. It’s a very different environment right now, and I think that’s a sad commentary.” source
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February 7, 2013

Guess Who’s Back: KMPH tracked down Kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker who single-handedly saved a few lives last weekend, to find out what the newest internet sensation thinks of his sudden fame. You’ll be happy to know that very little has changed since Kai first appeared on many people’s radar a few days ago. source

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February 24, 2012

About 45 years ago, George Romney was looking hot. A popular Michigan governor who did well in the 1964 Republican primary (but did not win), he was considered a frontrunner in the 1968 race. Until this interview above, that is, done in August 1967 by Detroit news personality Lou Gordon. When asked about the Vietnam war, he explained why his views changed so that he was suddenly against the war. His answer? “When I came back from Vietnam, I had just had the greatest brainwashing that anyone could get.” This one comment derailed his campaign, decades before Twitter would’ve made that comment blow up like a forgotten third thing in a debate. MLive has a really great history on this interview that’s worth a read. source

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