I'm watching the Fox News coverage. Fox News just predicted Mitt Romney will "easily win" Arizona, "as expected." Michigan appears to be a different story. Fox is saying Romney holds a slim lead but it's too early to call. Ron Paul is predicted for third and Newt Gingrich fourth in MI.
What are you guys watching? Any thoughts?
But against Obama, he’s already assured his defeat with stunts like this:
MEMO TO MITT
When you’re running for president, don’t answer questions about poor people’s concerns by saying they’re jealous of you. It makes you look like a heartless douche.
Romney leaned on some of his customary support groups, notably well-off voters and senior citizens â effective elements, if not necessarily the most compelling ones for a national campaign. He won senior citizens, but split voters under age 65 with Santorum. He won $100,000-plus voters, but no other income group. He especially won $200,000-plus voters, around which itâs hard to build a slogan for the masses.
Indeed, in a result suggesting that Romney won more heads than hearts, he beat Santorum by a 2-1 margin, 54-26 percent, as the candidate seen as most likely to defeat Barack Obama in November. Yet the contest between the two in this primary was a far closer one than that.
But if you do ALL Republicans, Romney is the winner at 43% to Santorum’s 40%. Here’s the video:
Fox News has been rehabing Santorum a lot, and it shows with the “tru Paytreeit” crowd. But Romney still won. Now it’s up to delegates.
And Obama wants to raise your taxes? Was everyone in that room the upper 1%?
A week from today is Super Tuesday and will involve contests in Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia.
It won’t be dull.