(CNN) - Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, already the presumptive Republican nominee, will win Tuesday's GOP presidential primaries in Kentucky and Arkansas, CNN projects.
With 119 of Kentucky's 120 counties reporting, Romney led with 67% of the vote, according to the website of the Kentucky State Board of Elections.
what about Ron Paul?
So Romney beat Ron Paul in Kentucky,his sons home state.Was Paul awake for this one,did his nurse get on his diapers before leaving,don't want any accidents in the car or on the campaign stage ..Take his meds,he needs his meds and his nurse has to make sure he eats well,check what he drinks , no milk ,lactose intalerant,it upsets his stomach and gives him gas!!!How much did the Mormon leper spend here,couple million,couple bucks,nothing like what McConnell spent for his senatorial reelection,like 10-1 against his rival,he was smart he bought his senators seat no doubt about it!!
Some flaw earlier. Uncommitted voters and BO voters have a margin of 4000 votes. Some war later in AI too.
Low turnout again – surprise surprise.
What? Ron Paul can't even win in his son's home state?
These late primaries are a waste of money. We have the technology to hold them all on the same day. Why not?
I'll Have Another won the Derby and the Preakness, but can he win the Triple Crown.
Hope none of the political experts at CNN had a brain cramp predicting this totally shocking and unexpected outcome.
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After four hard years we want to elect BUSH with another face.
It's not hard to win when your the only dog in the race
Romney 2012... Kentucky does it right! Firsties!