Romney should drop out.
Instead, he will lose, or make certain the GOP will lose
by his endless backstabbing.
I suspect he’ll find a way.
So far Romney has won in states that are lds heavy and liberal, how many more of these states are there?
Do Santorm and Gingrich have the winning strength to stop Romney or at least cripple him.
It is sickening to me that there are some so stupid as to buy what Romney is selling. Romney’s political history says it all, he is a stink’n liberal.
We are going to end up with a race between two people who are nearly identical politically, with the greatest difference being one thinks he will be god and the other one thinks he already is.
Mitt the spineless twit “won” the Iowa caucuses as well; and then again he didn’t when all the votes were verified. So what will happen if this race goes the same way considering his slim margin of victory?
Santorum and Gingrich were outspent 10 to 1 last night, considering their superpacs into the equation. Without the superpacs, they were outspent 5 to 1 combined. Obama will have $1 billion in campaign money, $2 billion in SuperPAC money, and $1 billion in DNC money to spend. Romney will have less than a third of this. Romney can’t win against this if overwhelming his opponents with ads is his strategy.
Santorum was easily the big winner last night:
Everybody knew that Newt was going to win his home state of Georgia.
And Romney would win his home state of Massachusetts & neighboring Vermont.
Romney was guaranteed victories in Virginia, were he basically ran unopposed. And Idaho, the state with the largest percentage of Mormons.
That left “up for grabs” Ohio, Alaska, Oklahoma, North Dakota, and Tennessee.
Despite being outspent 6 to 1, Santorum won Oklahoma by +6%, North Dakota +12%, Tennessee +9% and basically split Ohio, losing by less than 1%.
Romney barely squeeked by in Alaska with a 3% margin.
"A Liberal, A Moderate, and A Conservative walk into a bar....... The Bartender says, 'Hello, Mr. Romney!'."
I have a question - First - what is all this talk about Democrats who crossed over to vote for Santorum? Does this come from so-called exit polls? Or is this just a stab in the dark?
Further - what motivation would Dem voters have for voting for Rick in the primary? Do they really believe he would be easier to beat in November? Or are they just trying to make the Republicans split due to protracted primary season?
I’m puzzled, as Romney is the closest thing to their point of view of the remaining Republican candidates.