As aimless as the GOP presidential nominating process has been so far, are things really so bad that the party is headed for its first contested convention in 60 years? Associated Press reported talk of it at the Republican National Committeeâ€™s winter meeting in Washington, D.C. The last such nomination stalemate was in 1948, when New York Gov. Thomas Dewey won on the third convention ballot, only to lose the election to Harry Truman. Of course, every day the GOP takes to sort it out, the spotlight remains on current standard-bearer George W. Bush.
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