Skip to comments.Romney Up In SC (Romney 30%, Gingrich 23%, Santorum 19%)
Posted on 01/08/2012 12:09:05 PM PST by TitansAFC
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Anyone seeing a pattern here?
2 weeks, 2 days, and 2 debates before SC Primary.........
We need Willard to take some big hits before this vote. Today was a good start.
Oh geeez. Newt needs to win South Carolina! Do not want an ‘08 repeat.
Thank the good Lord TWO debates before the voting!
GO NEWT GINGRICH!
This man says your numbers are wrong, http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2012/election_2012_presidential_election/south_carolina/election_2012_south_carolina_republican_primary
Tea Party 47% (Newt-Santorum-Perry)
We may have this in the bag once we consolidate the conservative vote.
Very good. The democrats are leading us to disaster at 100 MPH. The Republicans are leading us to the same place at 99.995 MPH.
Latest SC poll: Romney 30% Anybody but Romney 70%.
Rasmussen’s poll from the other day way a one-day poll right after Iowa.
It is the outlier.
Yeah. And calling it “conservative.”
Why Free Public Polls exist: The Power of Conformity.
Stop paying attention the free public polls, they lie to manipulate the gullible.
There is NO excuse for the establishment RINOs winning this.
Conservatives - 47%
RINO/Liberals - 34%
Nutcase/libertarian - 9%
Undecided - 20%
Conservatism is the dominant ideology in the GOP (as well as the nation) and we are allowing the left to defeat us with their RINO and a crackpot.
Romney and Santorum will go down, Newt will go up. Wild card that could screw up everything, Cain.
Rick Perry 5%
The main stream media is doing it again. We are being led to another shearing because the majority of people in this country are either idiots or lemmings or both. If the democrats win this election, it is doubtful we will ever save our republic. Truthfully, I think that line was crossed in 2008.
The biggest difference for me is I will not vote for McCain (Romney) this time around. I have a feeling I am not alone,too.
Sure it is, sure it is, |LOL http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2012/president/sc/south_carolina_republican_presidential_primary-1590.html
From their analysis:
“Gingrich may be in second place right now but the candidate who would have the best chance of beating Romney in South Carolina is Santorum.”
“There are two things that taken together might make it possible for Santorum to upset Romney in South Carolina. The first is both Gingrich and Perry dropping out.”
Santorum fading fast....SCarolinians will bale out on Santorum and vote Gingrich.
Gingrich will win SC.
Heard this morning...internal polls show Santorum has peaked and has begun to fade. I’ll looking for Newt to get a bounce off the debates and close in on Paul for 2nd in NH.
Newt is within striking distance. We need to support him all we can. I made another donation yesterday to his campaign. Beat Mitt. GO NEWT!
Yeah, yeah,........Santuckabee is following the Huckatorum template to the letter.
Same folks praying for the same miracle, too.
We’ll see you again in 2016 after Iowa, when the same thing happens with the 2016 version of Santuckabee. And you’ll be here pretending that guy can win, too.
Romney No way is 30%! These are out right Lies!
And you scored 100% in the sticking us with Romney nomination test.
Cain is to endorse shortly before the SC primary. What does everyone think he is going to do?
“We may have this in the bag once we consolidate the conservative vote.”
That needs to happen QUICKLY!
Rick Perry cannot win the GOP nomination and his only function at this point is to funnel votes away from Santorum and Gingrich and be a stalking horse for Romney.
Well, yes, 2006 is more accurate. Lousy GOP leadership has allowed the decline and ultimate implosion.
“Cain is to endorse shortly before the SC primary.”
Newt hasn’t come close to winning anything yet. No one is sabotaging newts campaign but newt.
Anyone seeing a pattern here?
You bet I do.
McCain = Romney
Thompson = Gingrich
Huckabee = Santorum
Several weeks back Newt was beating the pants off a fading Romney. Then the propaganda started and then about half of the anti Romneys switched to Santorum.
Someone better start laying it out sharp and clear why Romney should not be the nominee.
Last night’s debate was another lost opportunity.
This is a primary, and if you aren’t the nominee, you’ll never have the chance to debate Obama.
And whoever is worried about Perry sucking votes away from the other candidates ought to ask themselves, just what is Ron Paul doing?
He’s going to pull a stunt and not name anyone by name unless its himself.
“Cain is to endorse shortly before the SC primary. What does everyone think he is going to do? “
Who cares - he’s irrelevant.
SC paper shows “big wigs” keeping quiet on endorsements. Demint and Graham haven’t endorsed anyone yet...http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2012/jan/08/sc-gop-bigwigs-keep-quiet/
The effect of the 11 mill in Romney/fruitLoops ads in Iowa, will wear off now.
Newt already coming back. He will win in SC and then win Florida.
I am pretty sure Cain said it himself. I think on the Hannity intervew. I could be wrong. Hope a FReeper will verify for us.
Impossible. Perry is going to win in SC, the PerryGirl fanclub has said so! :-)
Santorum was a near zero a few weeks before Iowa. Anything can happen between now and the SC vote and I am glad he stayed in. If Gingrich builds momentum and Perry stays in single digits a few days before the vote, I agree he should step aside and endorse. For now, I like having an option while santorum slides backwards. Newt or Perry are my preferences at this point, and anxious to see how the next week goes. He definitely should get out just before the vote or immediately after depending on where the numbers go.
We have a president that should be easy to beat and once again it appears the gop is going with a rino. Is it me? or am I interpreting the debates and candidates records differently? no offense to the Perry or Huntsman folks but I wish they would get out.
If Romney is the nominee...I can’t vote for president which will leave me only voting for state issues and of course candidates for senate.
Praying for a miracle and for Newt to soar again.
Jan. 4th (right after Iowa): Santorum 24% (Second Place)
January 5,6,7th: Santorum 19% (Third Place)
But hey, I went through this with Huckabee last time. Iowa is the whole nomination to some folks. No wonder it gets so much attention - it is all it takes to get Conservicide voters to jump to the next Huckabee/Santorum.
Soon, just like with Fred Thompson, Santorum folks will be demanding that everyone who has been vetted and is loaded with money and organization drop out and support their long-shot upstart trying to make Iowa the entire GOP nomination, based entirely on a wing and a prayer and a second-place finish in IA.
And long-shot upstart Huckabee actually managed to trump Romney in Iowa, as opposed to long-shot upstart Santorum.
I will not commit Conservicide again with Santuckabee. No more hopeless long-shots with no money or organization who do well in Iowa after living there for two years. No more.
I partly agree with you...I don’t think anyone should drop out based on polls. Wait for some actual primary results before anyone drops out. I like having Perry around as a backup in case Santorum slips. I’m not a fan of Newt.
Here is something about his endorsement. Says it will be unconvential...not a person a thing?? This is not what I heard. I heard it will be a person. Who the heck knows.
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