Yes, yes -- some formalities remain, but Romney effectively put this primary season to bed with five resounding victories last night. As expected, he cleaned up in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island; he also prevailed in Delaware, where Newt Gingrich's running-on-fumes campaign was hoping to make some sort of a stand that might justify its continued existence. Romney won there by nearly 30 points, which could very well oust the former Speaker from the race. Having sewn up the GOP nod, Romney addressed a packed hall in New Hampshire and officially turned the page to the...
Talk about delusional. If all the country would have voted for Gingrich or Santorum, why is it that nowhere near half of REPUBLICANS voted for either one of them? Honestly, there is no logic to your post, sir. Gingrich killed his chances by attacking capitalism. Santorum killed his through lack of discipline, getting himself sidetracked into contraception and throwing up on JFK. There was also that silly appeal to Democrats in Michigan to come vote for him. While the President certainly can count on the altogether eager media to do his dirty work, the majority of voters see that for what it is. It will be close this November, but Romney certainly CAN win.
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