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Posted by on Apr 4, 2012 in Economy, Media, Miscellaneous, Politics, Society | 3 comments

The Primary That Wouldn’t Die

I’m out. I’m just all out. I can read more, talk more, opine more. But really — how much more is there to actually say, that hasn’t already been said, about the Republican candidates remaining in the primary battle to be the party’s nominee for the 2012 general election?

Even his three wins last night, in Wisconsin, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, have failed to seal the deal for the delegate leader, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. For more background on last night’s elections, check out the exit polls and see how moderate the voters were in those three states, especially in comparison to several already-counted primary or caucus states; watch Romney’s victory speech given in Wisconsin, and see Santorum’s “we’re still going for it speech” from Pennsylvania.

Why is this fight not over?

Read the answer at the full post here.

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  • The answer is simple: Rick Santorum is whack-nut crazy.

  • zephyr

    “Why is this fight not over?”

    BEcause the republican party is a mess. (my gift for speaking the obvious)

  • You don’t think I’m going to disagree with either of you, now do you?

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