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Romney Endorsements Roll In After Santorum Concession

BrotherWinstonSmith Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 9:25 PM
Brokered convention for one. But if the leftist Establishment republican party successfully nominates Romney to reelect Obama, Ron Paul supporters will write him in anyway. That would be THE ONLY WAY to stop Romney from reelecting Obama.
Ronald484 Wrote: Apr 10, 2012 11:21 PM
Yes, Winnie, you are totally delusional and really desparate if you think a brokered convention is his ticket. Who do you think controls a brokered convention? the delegates? Only in your dreams. It is the party bosses that would control it, who would make the deals and coalitions of each states delegations. Just like it was done 75 to 100 years ago. And the nominee would be someone like Daniels of Indiana, or Christy of new Jersey.

Besides, in order for there to be a brokered convention, Paul would have to get far more delegates then the handful he has gotten so far. He would have to try winning some of the upcoming primaries, which is not likely given his track record so far.

Good news for de facto Republican nominee Mitt Romney: several more prominent conservative politicians threw their support behind him today...but they waited until after Rick Santorum's concession speech.

Now that's what I call, er...conviction?

Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Penn.) and Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal (R) are among the Republicans who threw their support to Mitt Romney immediately after Rick Santorum announced he was ending his campaign.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Florida governor Rick Scott (R) also endorsed Romney quickly after Santorum dropped out of the race.

Iowa governor Terry Branstad (R) endorsed Romney just moments before...