(CNN) – Mitt Romney will win Saturday's Republican caucuses in Washington state, CNN projects, giving the former Massachusetts governor a shot in the arm heading into Super Tuesday.
With more than 60% of the vote in, Romney had 37% while Texas Rep. Ron Paul and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum were tied for second with 24%. They were trailed by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich at 11%.
ron paul 2012 welcome to the propaganda machine!
I think republicans are excited about Mittens' plan to add $3.4 trillion to our national debt, start a war with Iran, give the wealthy even bigger tax breaks, launder money, and take every side of every issue as the world's greates flip-flopper.
@Wire Palladin, S. F.
How is that different from where we are headed now?
After the speeches and blah, blah, it is what is happening now.
The only candidate seriously talking about cutting spending is polling last. No one, Republican or Democrat, wants to cut spending. They just want to give out freebies to all their friends, put it on the government credit card, and pass the bill off to the next poor schmuck.
Wire Palladin, S. F. – I think republicans are excited about Mittens' plan to add $3.4 trillion to our national debt, start a war with Iran,
Versus the $6 trillion Obama has already added and the $6 trillion more he will add if the dolt is re-elected?
And it is OBAMA, Mr. I'm not Bluffing, that is saber rattling and trying to act all tough. But Iran knows he an empty suit that leads from behind the teleprompter. I doubt they are worried about the Apologizer-in-Chief attacking them.