As Freddy reported on Tuesday night, Rick Santorum has dropped out of the race for this year's Republican nomination, making Mitt Romney virtually certain to be the nominee. Sure, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul are still hanging in there — just as Mike Huckabee and, erm, Ron Paul did in 2008. Back then, as he continued campaigning even once John McCain was the clear winner, Huckabee said:
‘I know the pundits and I know what they say: well the math doesn't work out.
With Rick Santorum out of the race and Ron Paul running on principle (read: going nowhere), Newt Gingrich is the last man standing in opposition to the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney. Which means Gingrich f... Read Post
On Tuesday’s “New Day” on CNN during the “Inside Politics” segment, National Journal’s Ron Fournier reacted to the rumbling that former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA), the 2012 Republican presidential nominee will run again for a third tim... Read Post