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12/28/2010 11:35


If a single-issue candidate can't gain traction when his signature issue catches fire, why does he keep running?

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presidential nomination. The GOP base is hungry for

a leader who will take a hard line against illegal immigration. Instead President Bush and John McCain have teamed up with Ted Kennedy in

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Committee. The Senate immigration bill has been denounced by conservative bloggers, columnists, radio talk show hosts, and activists. A

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More puzzling, the latest immigration debates don't even seem to have raised Tancredo's profile.

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Iraq war -- a much less popular position among the Republican faithful than support for a border security fence -- and general

libertarianism, even if he hasn't yet gotten much of a bounce in the polls. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has at least earned high marks

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Meanwhile, Tancredo is struggling to distinguish himself from Duncan Hunter, Tommy Thompson, and Jim Gilmore.

Tancredo's performance in last night's Republican debate at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire showed why. Given an easy question on his Acrobat 9

main issue -- and an opportunity to pound the unpopular Senate bill -- he botched it by giving a kitchen-sink answer that maladroitly Microsoft outlook 2010 is convenient!

summarized his case against current immigration policy.