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March 19, 2012

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Bill Mitchell

Looks like the wheels are coming off for Santorum as they should be. Nice guy with zero Executive experience or gravitas. Also his whining irritates me.

If Intrade is an indicator at this point, then this is over and we can start to concentrate on Obama. Good. There is so much to go after Obama on we'll need more than a few months to get it all in.

Winghunter

Dr. Thomas Sowell, the wisest and most trusted author in the country:

Republicans Voter’s Choices http://bit.ly/sYlZLY

The Past And The Present http://bit.ly/u7IUJP

Mike

Wow. My family and I were going to go out and vote for Santorum just to screw with the Republicans but considering the blow-out Romney is expected to have, we'll probably vote in the local Democratic primary. I admit, I had hoped it was going to be tighter than this.

Johnnyappleseed

Romney is still a good choice for my money, anyone who could bail out the 2002 corrupt plauged SLC Olympics, and 4make it the only Olympiad ever to make money is good enough for this conservative.

al

This is good news. I think the public is getting the Idea that Newt is just crazy and doesnt really care how his actions can effect the race. He should step down like the others did when they realize they couldnt Win. Santorum,not prepaired financially voted 5 times for deficit increases oh yeah real conservative.


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