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Sunday, February 5, 2012

It's a long way to the Republican nomination, no matter how the Media may paint it.

Americans like horse-races and sporting events.

That's why our ratings and advertising supported media are treating each caucus and primary as if it were vital to the overall race to take on President Obama in the fall for the presidency.

Do not believe media hype that the Republican nomination belongs to Romney. Mitt Romney has won at least 10 delegates after a strong first-place finish in Nevada's caucuses. With votes from 71 percent of the precincts counted, Romney has 48 percent, while Newt Gingrich has 23 percent, Ron Paul has 19 percent and Rick Santorum 11. That gives Gingrich at least four delegates, Paul three and Santorum two. Eight are still to be determined

More than 1,100 delegates are needed to win the Republican nomination. Romney has collected 97 so far.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love this. Being surrounded by Romney supporters ( when I am not one) and hearing that he has already won makes me so annoyed because it's far from true. People are not giving credit to those who are actually doing well. I wouldn't underestimate Paul or Gringrich.

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