More likely it will be Romney. He seems to be doing well in backing from the states, so far.
Perry's next, then Santorum, then Gingrich.
Then the fun happens.
Foot in the Mouth Perry will be next to drop out. Santorum can probably hang on since he has had a shoestring campaign all along and is getting traction from religious conservatives.
by Susan Reid6 years ago
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by Mmargie19665 years ago
So who's it gonna be? Gingrich, Paul, Romney or Santorum?Which GOP representative will be the nominee to challenge Obama in November? Please tell me why you think so.
by icountthetimes6 years ago
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by Tony Lawrence6 years ago
I am so happy to see the conservative vote rallying around the Newtster. You are absolutely right to abandon Romney. He's a shameless flip-flopper, he wears funny underwear and while he does love big...
by Dennis L. Page5 years ago
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by John Coviello6 years ago
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