(CNN) – Mitt Romney may have won the most votes in Michigan and Arizona, but this race for the Republican presidential nomination is not over yet.
With Super Tuesday’s 10 contests only days away, the race could keep on going and going.
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Hey Wolfie! News flash!! It's a PRIMARY process that is early in the process. Are you new to covering the political process or are you trying to create an issue where there is none? I think we all know it is the latter.
The race that has started to bore and bore and bore. Can't these clowns and their base come to some conclusion as to who is definitely not going to beat Obama?
Paul isn't dropping out until all primaries are contested.
Newt isn't dropping out until his sugar daddy quits on him.
Rick isn't dropping out until he's forced out.
Mitt isn't dropping out unless a game changer comes to pass; like being swept on March 6.
I don't seem to recall the LSM lamenting how the Democrat primary with Obama and Clinton went on and on and on. As well as lamenting about the name calling and viciousness, like calling Bill Clinton a racist. Like I said, there certainly seems to be some sort of media agenda here.
If Republicans reach their convention with a flawed, weak nominee, maybe they shouldn't nominate anyone. They could just draft someone to run as an independent and back them, instead. Instead of brokered convention, they could have a broken one.
Wolf I like this race Now media pundits are using new word “ Romney voters” who are they ? They are rich
I'm in Idaho and all I can say is when the three candidates made stops here, Ron Paul had the biggest crowds and the most support. I'd like to see Idaho give Ron Paul his first win.
I find it humorous … President Obama and team is taking credit for the success for the stock market. Correct me if I am wrong isn’t it the “1%” that had the resources to take an advantage of soaring stock market investments. If so, doesn’t that mean that President Obama and team are actually making the top “1%” richer? What happened to President Obama’s, we need to strengthen the middle class, speech?
Ron Paul attacked Rick and Newt 39 times, and left Mittens alone. Today, he attacked Mittens. Did Mittens withdraw an offer of Ron being Secretary of State?
"I don't seem to recall the LSM lamenting how the Democrat primary with Obama and Clinton went on and on and on. As well as lamenting about the name calling and viciousness, like calling Bill Clinton a racist."
There was nothing comparable in that Dem primary. They weren't saying stupid things three time a week, just for starters. And both showed an ability to connect with voters not seen in this race (except Ron Paul, kinda sorta). Compare and contrast is an important analytical skill. Work on it.
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But after the General begins all but ONE will be gone
And that ONE will continue to spread more ridiculous lies
Until November 6, 2012 – that ONE will lose badly and begin to cry!!
Obama 2012 – The Only Trusted Way Forward!!