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Mitt Romney is claiming to have the momentum in the race for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.

Because I’m skeptical of his claim, let’s examine Mr. Romney’s situation:

  • He won the Michigan primary.  Michigan, where his dad was a popular governor, where Willard was born and raised, and where he lied to the populace by telling him that he could bring back all the manufacturing jobs that have been lost due to international competition and outsourcing.
  • He won Wyoming’s uncontested primary
  • He won Nevada’s virtually uncontested caucus.

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  1. The only Republican with momentum right now seems to be McCain, the candidate selected by the all-knowing TV networks as an “acceptable” candidate to be thrown up against their anointed Democrat president (either Clinton or Obama).
    I am a lifelong Republican and, like most of my associates, am at a true loss. Every candidate has strong negatives. I think MCCain is a pandering RINO. I like what Romney has to say, but the media harps on his religion while downplaying Obama’s religious proclivities, and I am afraid that short-sighted evangelicals would rather elect a socialist democrat than vote for Romney. Rudy is a one-trick pony and established loser. Huckabee will be DOA if he gets the nomination as the networks continue their game of equating the GOP with religious kooks. Momentum or not, I think I am going with Romney.

  2. What’s your point?, sheesh

  3. The point is that Romney’s wins so far don’t amount to much – He hasn’t accomplished anything yet, and he looks like a plastic man.

  4. Romney: 3 golds, 2 silvers, 59 delegates.
    McCain: 2 golds, 1 silver, 1 bronze 36 delegates.

    Who’s leading again?

  5. I’d rather hear something positive than the other way around. I believe in Romney when he said he can bring those jobs back to Michigan and he explained what he’d do. He has a proven record of turning things around. Right now the economy is like a dark cloud and guess who has a better grip on that issue? Yes, it’s Mitt Romney. It’s hard to preach anything else until you feel better with the economy.

  6. This is the all spin zone.

    I get it, you don’t like Romney but to discount Wyoming, Michigan, and Nevada just becuase he won them is clearly jsut bias.

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