Thursday, March 8, 2012

‘Only an act of God’ can stop Romney from being getting Republican nomination–really?


News straight from “Richie Rich” Romney’s War Room:

“It would take an "act of God" for any candidate not named Mitt Romney to win the Republican nomination.”

Why so confident?

“The Boston-based campaign projected confidence in Romney's ability to win the nomination given the emerging delegate math in the campaign following last night's Super Tuesday contests.” (source)


Oh, I see. But, I doubt Saint Santorum will agree. He’s made it clear that he has a direct pipeline to God via the Catholic Church, and has been anointed by the Big Guy and Tea Party loons. 

Eye-of-the-Newt can’t count, so he may be concerned about numbers in the days ahead.


That doesn’t mean he isn’t go to go forward and keep promising a mining colony on the moon. You have to admit, it’s a catchy idea.

As for Ron Paul…he isn’t doing too well with Republicans, but has attracted interest from the Independents and even Democratic voters.


I get the feeling he made a big mistake trying to run as a Republican.

“In Vermont, 38 percent of independents voted for Paul as did 42 percent of Democrats. Almost 60 percent of Ron Paul's voters were independents and another 15 percent were Democrats. Only 13 percent of Republican voters in Vermont voted for Paul. Romney won half of the Republican voters in the Vermont primary.” (Source)

It looks like Santorum’s God, and Romney’s God (Joseph Smith?) will be throwing lightning bolts in the skies over the remaining states being contested.


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