All four R hopefuls agreed to Florida's primary rules in advance of the vote - winner take all. After losing, Newt now wants to change the rules to make the delegates proportional.
Why would someone cheer when the process is being perverted? Isn't it quite ilrelevant for primary usage, considering that it already is clear he's ahead of the others. It's a ploy to manipulate delegates for the final election. Stealing the vote once again. Sad. Very sad. Democracy in the republic is dead. R.I.P. Someone call 911
I'm not cheering. I just like saying "Newt! Newt! Newt!"
So far, the best post I've gotten in response is "Barf Barf Barf"
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/91547?p … ost1954428
Very childish I think, and not even calling Mitt to congratulate him after the primary was a sign of his true character.
I have seen kids under 6 do the same thing. Change the rules when they lose. They havent mastered concrete opetational thought yet, Newt should have by now. All I can say is "we're in trouble "
by 910chris 6 years ago
This now gives N.G. 26 delegates to Romneys 14, but with Florida coming up; will it be enough to take the sunshine state? Remember, there are 50 delegates up for grabs in Florida and they all go to the winner.
by Old Poolman 2 years ago
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by John Coviello 6 years ago
Perhaps Iowa can help a candidate gain some momentum or conversely lose momentum. But in the grand scheme of things Does Iowa Really Matter to U.S. Presidential Politics? It is not a large or diverse state, and does not represent voting patterns very well. What do you think?
by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
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by Brian Baird 6 years ago
Does a win in the South Caralina primary give Newt Gingrich enough momentum to win the nomination?
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