January 30th, 2012
08:49 AM ET
2 years ago

Florida is a tie-breaker but no game-ender

(CNN) – The four survivors of the Republican primary process intend to keep on keeping on after Florida. They all see the White House from their campaign headquarters.

Newt Gingrich thinks he can muddy up a clean win by Mitt Romney by doing well in states that divvy up delegates by percentages won.

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  1. Peace

    As a Dem, I really enjoy this GOP bruising battle. It is becoming quite interesting to watch.

    January 30, 2012 09:17 am at 9:17 am |
  2. logicnLA

    Where is the outrage that two of the four candidates aren't waering flag pins? It was a huge deal in 2008 when Obama didn't but not a peep when two of their own don't. More double standards from conservatives.
    And for the record- a hand over the heart is inappropiate for the National Anthem- they are not making a pledge, it's a song.

    January 30, 2012 09:50 am at 9:50 am |
  3. Joe McDowell

    Everyone seems to be talking Florida. Florida and the GOP Hiearchey have already "BOUGHT and PAID FOR Mr Romney and HIS rights to say what they specifically "TELL HIM" to say. "REEMEMBER, Wolf Blitzer of CNN, and the OTHER GOP HIEARCHEY decided that Mr Gingrich was getting too close, and Mr Romney's Misleading and Deceptive comments were endangering Mr Romney's BELEIVABLE commentswould FINALLY show HIS True Colors, The GOP and Wolf Blitzer decided to turn that DEBAT into a very BIASED program for Mr Romney, and throw everything NEGATIVE they could against Mr Gingrich.
    Ladies and Gentleman, "EVERYONE witnessed the established GOP standard Hiearchey throw everything their way. They basically "LET THE PEOPLE" of Florida know that their thoughts and their voices would "NO LONGER MATTER" in Florida. Thje PEOPLE WOULD HAVE TOO except what the GOP PARTY SAID, "Like It Or NOT".

    January 30, 2012 10:22 am at 10:22 am |