Santorum!!!

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  1. LoneLaugher
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    Is STILL leading in Ohio.

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    Yep he will stop the federal disaster aid that the wussy governor flip flopped on.
     
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    DontBeStupid Look it up!

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    God, I hope that woman-hater gets the nomination.
     
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    Obama will be a shoe in if Sanitorum wins the righty primary.

    A vote for Sanitorum is a vote for Obama.

    I plan on voting for Mitt.
     
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    It's ok for Romney.

    It's not like Ohio is an important swing state or anything.
     
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    Go Santorum! :clap2:
     
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    Santorum 38.1%
    Romney 36.6%

    69% reporting so far.

    He was 3% ahead 20 minutes ago, down to 1.5% now.

    Not a lock yet.

    EDIT:

    I take those numbers back...
    Santorum 37.8%
    Romney 37%
    72% reporting
     
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    I actually wish that a reasonable opponent for Obama would have emerged by now. The idea that any one of these GOP jokers will be a strange-day-in-November away from being POTUS.......is unsettling.
     
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    Why? He does not seem to hate women, he follows church doctrine to the exclusion of the definition of a statesman. Romney went against church doctrine on issues, which is point in his favor.
     
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    The greatest moment of the 2008 election, and I saw it live......

    Fox News called Ohio for Barack Obama while Karl Rove was in the middle of an electoral map analysis that said John McCain will have a nearly impossible road to victory without Ohio.

    "If he loses Ohio," Rove said of McCain, "he goes from 286, which the Republicans carried in 2004, down to 266, and that puts him below the 270 threshold needed to win the White House. So he'd not only need to sweep the rest of these states which were won by the Republicans in 2004, he'd also need to pick up something as well."

    "Guess what Karl," Brit Hume broke in, "I've just received word that the state of Ohio has gone for Barack Obama."

    Fox News Calls Ohio For Obama As Rove Says McCain Needs Ohio To Win
     
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