For the future of the Republican party, it's time for Romney to step aside, for a better candidate.
Brokered Convention, let the GOP know who is still in charge. Add a strong Tea Party contingent and you have a new direction already started.
Two thumbs up!
Bitter clingers really shouldn’t count, don’t ya think?
The bad news for Romney is the makeup of Louisiana voters. Urban/rural, aggie/industrial not enough finance and insurance workers to tip the scale in his favor. If Rick gives him the beating he so soundly deserves in PA he should drop out for the good of the nation. He won’t win TX, might not win WI, will have really only Ohio, Florida and Virginia to hang his hat on, and Virginia was a set-up for him, in primary states, and no majority in any of these.
He’ll win in NY and CA, so what? He won’t in the general.
Romney is done. He should withdraw.
So we should support choir boy who lost his home state by 18 points in 06.. What has choir boy done in the Senate that would be considered conservative??
Santorum wins a State that he was projected to win, and that means Romney is done? Youre joking, right? Do you realize the percentage of delegates left that Santorum has to win to win the nomination? If Santorum follows it up with a win in Wisconsin, followed by gaining the majority of the delegates on April 24 (NY, Penn, Del, Conn, RI). Then maybe there is a hint that the tide is turning, but that is highly unlikely.
Does anybody from the GOP-e realize that, overall, the only states Romney wins are those that are “Safe Democrat” in November? Florida and Ohio are the only two exceptions I can think of.
OK, I’ll bite...WHAT BETTER CANDIDATE? They all suck.
He's gonna take a dive so fast after the nom it's gonna make heads spin!
C'mon Mitt, Tell us AGAIN how much you hate poor people, unless you're firing them.
Mitts connection to the R party in his own words.
Romney continues to lead the delegate count by far and may still outright win the nomination. However, as Newt says, "A nominee that depresses turnout won't beat Barack Obama."
That's a real concern for Romney but also Santorum where his "big win" in Louisiana had light turn out. Louisiana Secretary of State stats put it around 24% of eligible registered Republicans.
That “big win” turned out to be a difference of 5 delegates. What happens when Santorum loses Pennsylvania?