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February 26, 2012

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King_Malcom

the media will cry is mitt wins both AZ and MI, and declare MI wasnt that important anyways

Obama 2012

My guess is that Romney ends up winning Michigan by about 10 points. Santorum has just let too much of his crazy out lately. I think the wheels are coming off just in time for Romney to score a bigger than expected win as the late decision makers will be seeing stuff about Santorum that's just flat out nuts (like that he doesn't believe in the separation of church & state...) ... with these two wins it'll be hard to see anything but Romney coasting to victory the rest of the way... although considering everything that's happened so far... maybe Gingrich will come back from the dead.

Joe

Do we want Romneycare to replace Obamacare? Do we want a fake to run for president, a candidate who changes opinion every week? Or do we want a true candidate, who can beat Obama and take back the White House? Santorum 2012!!!

Peter

Romney make look like a typical politician but Santorum IS a typical, standard, vanilla, Washington politician. All he has ever done was to be a 2 time Senator until he lost huge the third time. His track record shows that he is just exactly like the kind of politicain we are trying to get rid of. In the last debate he did not even try to hide it. He is all about ear marks, and voting for his team and not his conscience.

I used to think he might be a good president with 8 years more experience but now I want nothing to do with him.

Sophie

I'm really surprised that in this result, no early voters stated that they voted for Ron Paul; early/absentee voters tend to represent campaigns with more enthusiastic voters (or better-organized campaigns), and that seems to describe the main strength of the Paul campaign.

In addition, Paul is generally considered to be strong among university students, and the Republican primary takes place during spring break at the University of Michigan, so most of the students are home for the week. On the other hand, they could very well be voting at their pre-university address, rather than school address.

Note: I'm a left-wing Democrat who strongly disagrees with Paul on almost all issues, but is nevertheless voting for him tomorrow, since he's the only Republican candidate who appears to have some actual principles, and a Paul campaign that receives a few hundred delegates might be able to restore a modicum of sanity at the Republican convention.

aristo martin

Both these guys, I mean Romney and Santorum are bought up by Jewish lobby. It is clear that they are pushed forward by their Zionist benefactors for the only purpose of promoting Israel position and ascertain that Israel receives their annual multi-billion stipend. I am an independent voter, white and Christian that respects Israeli people right to exist in a safe country. Playing with Iran and pushing them to corner will have grave consequences for Western Economies. Did anybody think about the fact that China and Russia do not need advanced military capability to bring us together with western European powers down. Its enough that price of oil jumps to $200 per barrel. Romney or Santorum together with their Neo-Con and Zionist friends will continue their lives after Presidency same as George Bush "Happily everafter" while our lives will be devastated.

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