If Santorum wins Michigan, does it mean all bets are off for Romney?

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  1. JamesPoppell profile image83
    JamesPoppellposted 6 years ago

    If Santorum wins Michigan, does it mean all bets are off for Romney?

    New polling shows that Rick Santorum can beat Romney in Michigan on Feb. 28th. Should Romney step down if he loses in Michigan?

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  2. Evan G Rogers profile image74
    Evan G Rogersposted 6 years ago

    No, the Republicans are stealing the elections for Romney.

  3. ImKarn23 profile image78
    ImKarn23posted 6 years ago

    Ultimately - does it matter? I think not..

  4. JeniferD profile image60
    JeniferDposted 6 years ago

    No, Romney has a great team of liars and tricksters (many of whom are members of his Mormon Church) all set to undermine his opponents and is well on his way to the WH in a vain attempt to defeat The Black Man In Office. I saw that disgusting, racist ad that was aired during the caucus here in Nevada.  It referred to POTUS as 'This Guy'. What's wrong Mitt?  Your minions cannot bring themselves to say 'The Black Guy'?

  5. feenix profile image61
    feenixposted 6 years ago

    No, it would not mean that all bets are off for Romney.

    Mitt is going to win the Republican nomination and go to beat Obama, because he's The Man.

    Specifically, Romney is a strong leader, a statesman, a real gentleman and an all-around cool dude.

    And about the only reason he is having such a difficult time securing the nomination is a considerable number of Repubicans, "Tea Partyers," "true conservatives" and Christian Evangelicals are profoundly out of touch with current realities. But most of them will end up "getting in touch."

  6. Dennis AuBuchon profile image81
    Dennis AuBuchonposted 6 years ago

    That decision would be up to Romney.  A loss in Michigan will be a blow to his campaign for what he promotes as his home state even though he has not been there in 40 years.

    The current race for the GOP nomination has been tight but the upcoming super Tuesday elections together with the Michigan, Arizona on February 28 and Washington on March 3 will significantly change the political perspective as to who the front runner may be.  The next few weeks will signify much as to who voters are looking to be the individual to represent the Republican party.

 
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