With Republicans right on the doorstep of the South Carolina primary, the big question in the Palmetto State seems to be evolving. A few days ago, it was: is this the state where the GOP field finally trips up Mitt Romney on what, nominally, should be less friendly turf?
Now, the question has become: can Mitt Romney win South Carolina by a wide enough margin to render the rest of the primary schedule essentially moot?
The cast of characters chasing Romney seem to understand this, which is why he took some serious incoming last night from the peanut gallery during the debates.
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