Most observers agree that the battle for the Republican nomination for President is more confusing today than ever before. Many still believe the GOP will wind up with a brokered convention. I wrote last month that the race was between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. It now appears I was quite wrong in that assessment. I was reminded by one of my GOP buddies recently that Rick Santorum was still alive and kicking. She was certainly correct, or at least she was at the time of that conservation. The race – at least at this writing – now appears to be between Romney and Santorum with the former Pennsylvania senator slightly in the lead.
In fact, Santorum was enjoying a comfortable lead in Romney’s one-time home state of Michigan. Since this issue was sent to the printer on February 27th, we don’t know how the vote went in Michigan and Arizona. But after watching the debate on February 22nd, I am now firmly convinced that none of the four remaining GOP candidates are qualified to be President of the United States. Their collective debate performance reminded me of a fuss between teenagers – instead of a contest between grown men who want to be President – and it was sort of scary. What they saw had to put the candidates’ handlers in a state of panic, and I suspect the men who run the GOP are busy trying to find a real candidate for the general election.
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