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Four Florida Republicans Weigh 'Real Conservatives'

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Four Florida Republicans Weigh 'Real Conservatives'

Four Florida Republicans Weigh 'Real Conservatives'

Four Florida Republicans Weigh 'Real Conservatives'

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Robert Siegel attends a monthly Republican Party meeting in West Palm Beach, Fla., and talks with GOP voters about who they intend to vote for in Tuesday's presidential primary.

One likes Mitt Romney; one Mike Huckabee; one Rudolph Giuliani; and one is undecided. They differ on the key point: that the GOP wins when it nominates a real conservative like George W. Bush.

The Giuliani supporter — an ex-New York city commissioner — says Americans aren't ideological; he says they'll vote for managerial experience and results.