Skip to comments.Mitt Romney plays Leap Year politics with GOP conservatives
Posted on 02/29/2012 7:41:04 PM PST by Kfobbs
Mitt Romney made it out of the Michigan GOP primary with barely his expensive negative ad driven campaign intact, in what appears to now be a first place tie with challenger former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Rick Santorum. When all of the hot political air is cleared, both Romney and Santorum will net about 15 convention delegates each, in this Leap Year dance for the presidential nomination
Leap year appears to be the year of multiple photo finishes for GOP conservative presidential primary and caucuses, with Newt Gingrich, Libertarian leaning congressman Ron Paul and Rick Santorum battling Mitt Romney; the moderate in disguise. The power brokers in the GOP and the ever flippant mainstream media had made it clear that Mitt would send the conservative candidates packing when it came to a shown down at the Michigan OK Corral.
Well, instead Michigan nearly became Mitts Waterloo. This native born Michigander had come into one of several of his supposedly home states, waiting to set a political bear trap for Newt or Rick or...
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What does leap year have to do with it? EVERY presisdential election year year is leap year.
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