Carney went on to describe Romney as "unbelievably temperamental ... in that [if] he thinks that it's 3 o'clock in the afternoon, it's 3 'clock no matter what time it is. ..."
Well, that's if memory serves...
Terry Shumaker: The attorney and former ambassador in the Clinton administration tentatively throws his name out as a potential Democratic gubernatorial candidate.
Bob Smith: The former U.S. senator from New Hampshire and current citizen of the state of Florida, revisits the Granite State to stump for Newt Gingrich, with whom Smith served as a congressman in the '80s.
Will Wrobleski: The one-time executive director of the New Hampshire Republican Party - fired by former GOP Chair Jack Kimball in a move that ultimately led to Kimball's ouster - is the organizer of a forum on national security at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College.
Bernie Streeter: The former longtime executive councilor and Nashua mayor, switches his presidential endorsement from Mitt Romney to Newt Gingrich.
Dean Kamen: The entrepreneur/inventor adds his name, along with interim Community College System of New Hampshire Chancellor J. Bonnie Newman, to the list of people supporting the effort to battle repeal of New Hampshire's same-sex marriage law.
Rick Santorum: The GOP presidential wannabe - who's been struggling for attention since his campaign began - tells the Conway Daily Sun that voters are thinking, "maybe he can win," after watching other candidates rise and fall in the polls.
It's been making the rounds...
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