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February 27, 2012


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Obama 2012

Looks like Romney is going to be wrapping this thing up over the next couple of weeks... but considering the lackluster competition it's hard to see it as anything but victory by default. He hasn't had to face a single reasonable alternative yet. There is not another Republican in the race who ever had any serious chance of becoming President. (Sure someone like Santorum may do well in your general election polling when people don't know anything about him... but that's just "generic Republican" voting... when they hear about all of the absolutely crazy things he believes - he has no chance. Zero. It's completely ridiculous to imagine Santorum in the White House.)

And despite the monumental weakness of the GOP field Romney has had an extremely hard time winning this thing. And really he hasn't won... it's just that everyone else in this race has been a loser.

He won't be so lucky this fall. He's going to be going up against the President of the United States not some whacko like Rick Santorum.

Should be fun.

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