mittens 18 pt lead in SC

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    Mitt Romney soars to top of South Carolina poll - Political Intelligence - A national political and campaign blog from The Boston Globe - Boston.com


    Mitt Romney has rocketed to an 18-point lead in South Carolina, according to a CNN poll released today.

    South Carolina, the first southern state to hold a primary, could prove to be a crossroads for the Republican nomination process. Social conservatives and Tea Party activists hope to erect a roadblock against Romney, seeking to prevent the momentum he gained from his historic eight-vote victory in Iowa and his expected win in New Hampshire next Tuesday from transforming into an election juggernaut.
     
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    He should embrace the Mittens name. Would help with the gay vote imo
     
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    37%... Joe is going to freak.
     
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    Wow, I believe Newt was hoping for that kind of lead. Look out for meltdown number 3.
     
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    at least with a President Mitt, we wont have to see him make boring dufass speeches that are completely meaningless Every Frickin Week for FOUR YEARS !!!!,,,,
     
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    EIGHT YEARS! :muahaha:
     
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    Ok that's weird del, because Rasmussen only has him ahead by about 3.

    Let me get back to you on this.
     
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    The GOP needs to warn the USA that the re-election of Obama means another 4 years of the Wall Street Shitters protesting and crapping all over the place, and still have no idea what they are bitchin' about.
     
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    Ok right across the board I'm pulling 27 to 24

    whats with this 18?

    Santorum is surging against Romney.

    "Rick Santorum's surge continues, even in the up-for-grabs primary state of South Carolina where he is now in second place behind front-runner Mitt Romney, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports poll.

    Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is still in the lead, earning 27 percent support from likely GOP primary voters, up from 23 percent in early November. Santorum is at a close 24 percent of the vote. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is in third with 18 percent of the vote, followed by Texas Congressman Ron Paul at 11 percent.
     
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    The Boston Globe is hardly neutral on this topic.
     

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