Yes, unless there are some skeletons in Romney's closet. And he's too smart to put his foot in his mouth between now and the general election. Although he is too moderate for some Republicans, the top leaders in his party know that Romney is the only one of the leading candidates who stands a reasonable chance of defeating Obama. Most Americans view the other leading Republican candidates as having views that are too extreme.
I think he might pull some independents, if he gets the nomination, since he is more similar to Obama than many of the others. If not Romney, then victory for us democrats for sure. Any of the others may prove too conservative to be elected.
only very very wealthy people, want to be wealthy and poor fools will vote for
Romney. 99% of the people in this country ARE NOT WEALTHY, and a great many of them are poor.
I think it will like be an Obama-Romney race. I say this as a Republican - I don't think there is a Republican candidate who will beat Obama. Good or bad it will likely be another 4 years of Obama.
I highly doubt Romney will make it. The media claims he is the front runner, yet only one state has their votes in and he only won by EIGHT votes... so, it's still up in the air.
It will probably be Obama vs. Romney...the victor will be Obama between these two.
by mio cid 3 years ago
President Obama's jigsaw puzzle strategy is winning him support of women,youth,immigrants and hispanics,black voters,union workers etc. Romney's strategy is based on how bad a president Obama has been and pandering to the republican base which is controlled by the tea party and the extreme right...
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
I saw this Dr. John Whitley on Anderson Cooper tonight. I will have to find that clip. Anderson chewed him up good and spat him out.But the real question is -- do they honestly have nothing better to offer the citizens of North Carolina than Trump redux? Really?North Carolina is apparently ground...
by Man from Modesto 5 years ago
Do you research candidates before voting? How could anyone vote for Romney or Obama?I wrote articles about a local Modesto mayoral election in 2012. Though I was on the first Google results page for the biggest search phrases on Google (and there weren't too many!), only a few dozen read the...
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
I've always said that I didn't think Mitt would win in SC, and now Newt is ahead in the state in several polls. The GOP has gone so far to the right that they don't want a moderate. It just boggles my mind that any reasonable person could back Newt. If you think we have gridlock in Washington now,...
by John Coviello 6 years ago
Mitt Romney Has a 20 Point Lead in South Carolina. Is the GOPNomination Over? I thought that Romney would take New Hampshire, then lose some southern states, and leave the door open for someone else to come from behind. But it's now looking like Romney will roll to a GOP...
by David Stillwell 5 years ago
As voters, Why are we excepting either Romney or Obama as presidential candidates for 2012.The argument over leadership and leadership abilities, lost job, jobs sent overseas, economic policy, foreign policy, national and foreign debt, national banking and international banking issues, has raged......
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