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Time now for hits and misses of the week -- first two years.
And this is -- mr.
Ron Paul for being a bit of a sore loser you know it was mr.
Paul's decision to run as a Republican this year that finally gave and the perch to have a more visible -- successful campaign.
And the Republicans in Tampa paid him more notes than any of other -- and mr.
Romney's other opponents say there was a video tribute his son's bulk.
Some of his ideas were in the GOP platform and yet mr.
Paul has refused to endorse the man who did win his party's nomination.
Mitt Romney may not be his ideal version of -- president but he's a lot closer than Barack Obama.
This is in this for Pat Quinn the democratic governor of Illinois this week S&P downgraded the State's credit -- so that's not dressing as budget deficits in the pension liabilities.
Ironically some surrounding states like Ohio and Wisconsin are effectively addressing this issue.
They're governors are speaking in Tampa this week I hope Paquin was watching and I don't know that he's going to be making a guest appearance.
But we'll see -- right Dan.
The -- there was a lot of patriotism at the Republican Convention and piece of that is returning to Yale University this fall for the first time in forty years ROTC.
Is going to be back on campus a deal.
These are students are coming from the naval submarine base in Groton Connecticut -- -- also add that.
Columbia and Harvard are also going to have ROTC back on campus so.
However divided the country may be right now this is a good thing.
You know extraordinary because that means it ROTC was last on the Yale campus before I went to college.
Which is pretty extraordinary when you think about this ancient mariner -- -- And remember if you have your own hit or miss please send -- -- said -- at foxnews.com.
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On -- and -- that's it for this week.
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