Another nice come-from-behind by Santorum

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    Lost Iowa - then won.

    Lost Michigan - then tied (in delegates won)

    impressive
     
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    PUH-LEEZE...The coming from behind is something he keeps hidden in his closet.
     
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    Oh.
     
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    Maybe not - the Rs are cannibalizing again for Romney ...

    Santorum had the lead and lost it, probably forever and not as any great loss.
     
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    The way I figured the tally the morning after primary night was 16-14. One for each Congressional district, and then two for the one who won the most votes.

    They each won 14 districts, but Romney won the most votes. So 16-14.

    See if you can figure out what's wrong with this logic:

    How do you award only two delegates proportionately?
     
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