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HuffPo lays groundwork for Jeb Bush in 2012

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Simon Rosenberg is the most bullish of Democratic strategists. The former Clinton administration official and head of the young non-profit group NDN has been the chief proponent of the belief that Barack Obama’s election produced the opportunity for a “30-to-40-year era of Democratic dominance.” A specialist in the political habits of different demographic groups (specifically Hispanics), he insists that, absent a drastic makeover, the GOP risks cementing itself “as irrelevant to the 21st century.” Sagging poll numbers and policy setbacks…

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Is Charlie Crist laying the groundwork for an independent bid?

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  Either Gov. Charlie Crist realizes he can’t escape the stimulus, or he’s leaning toward an independent run for Senate. Crist is saying some curious things for a man in the midst of a conservative primary challenge. Here are a few, just from the last couple days: From an appearance on “Fox and Friends”: “[President Barack Obama has] done some things that are good for our state; he’s done some things that are not good for our state. But what…

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