Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Super Tuesday Results for the GOP Clown Car

Willard Romney won:

Vermont (right there in New England
Virginia (where he and Ron Paul were the only two on the ballot)
Ohio*** The asterisk is because I think the following as lamh35:
I'm beginning to think that the last OH vote numbers are taking so long because they are trying to "find" enough votes to put Romney over the top.

How can they give vote totals to reporters, but not the state elections dept?

Just call us cynical, but after the ' 8 vote win in Iowa 'for Willard that wasn't.

And, the ' let's not count 3 COUNTIES in Maine' because Willard was winning.

to the ' We'll just turn away 1,500 people in Washingston state' - just cause.

Color me cynical about anything ' close' for Willard.

Bottom line: Willard outspent Little Ricky 5-1, and this was the best he could do- a dubious and questionable 1% point win.

Newt Gingrich won:
Georgia (his home state)

Rick Santorum won:
North Dakota

. The evangelical problem is deep, as tonight demonstrates. Ryan Lizza notes:
Romney has lost evangelicals in every contest—and by an average of fifteen points. His best showing came in New Hampshire, where he lost the evangelical vote by nine points, and his worst came in Iowa, where he lost it by twenty-four points. Romney has been running for President for six years, and yet his share of the evangelical vote has declined in most states, compared with his showing in 2008.

It dropped by ten points in Iowa, eight points in South Carolina, seventeen points in Florida, ten points in Arizona, and five points in Michigan. In New Hampshire, there was modest improvement (one point), and in the low-attendance contest in Nevada, some significant improvement (eight points).

How many times folks gotta say it:

The Evangelicals ain't having no parts of the Mormon.

It's the elephant in the room that the MSM refuses to acknowledge.

The next contests for the GOP are:

Kansas - So backwards they wrote a book about them - What's the matter with Kansas? - you see them going for Willard?
Alabama- You see these folks going for Willard?
Hawaii- eh
Mississippi- you see these folks going for Willard?
Missouri - where Santorum whooped Willard already

And, who was the REAL winner of Super Tuesday?

President Barack Obama laughs during a meeting in the Oval Office, Jan. 24, 2011.
---White House Photo by Pete Souza

1 comment:

Brian said...

lol I love this post. I have been thinking the same thing over the past few weeks. Haven't had time to write. This sums it up nicely.

The establishment media and GOP are in a panic right now. Media desperately wants Romney to be the guy...and have helped him every step of the way (virtually manufacturing a win in Iowa, and giving him all the benefits that come with a victory there, when he didn't win at all). Now they are looking at a map that is a nightmare for them. The South is all Santorum/Gingrich. Willard has nothing coming down there.

Willard also has a math problem that even Einstein wouldn't be able to solve.