2010 Arizona GOP Primary: McCain 45%, Hayworth 43%

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    Wonder why so many women are for McLame. But yea, I hope he goes home.

    Hayworth, a conservative former U.S. congressman who now is a popular radio talk show host in Phoenix, is reportedly interested in the race but has not formally declared for it. He captures 59% of the male GOP vote, while McCain wins 58% of female voters.
     
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    Good question, only thing I can come up with perhaps women are more liberal then men.
     
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    Or more forgiving? I can't figure them out. :lolz:
     
  5. Greg_TX

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    Not him again ...
     
  6. Jeff B

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    Hayworth has his ownload to tote, but he's better than McCain.

    Jeff B.
     
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    ahhhh the MACK is BACK...right out the door into retirement....
     
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    Mcsh*tstain, why would anyone vote for this clown ?:gotme:
     
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    McCain's loss would explain why 0bama beat him. The right couldn't hold their nose for him and not that he wasn't enough of a centerist like the media implies. Maybe this will give the GOP a clue and they will put a true conservative on the top of their ticket in 2012.
     
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