I must confess that watching the results of the various primaries and caucuses in the race for the GOP presidential nomination has been highly entertaining. Frankly, I really hate to see it come to an end. The Romney campaign is limping to the finish line with Santorum and Gingrich constantly nipping at Gov. Romney’s heels. Even so, Romney is virtually certain to become the nominee. Many believe the bitterly negative campaigns run by these three candidates will make the Obama campaign’s task much easier this Fall. The GOP primary race has actually made the Bush-McCain battles, which were pretty rough, seem sort of tame.
Mitt Romney is the most liberal candidate to have been in a position to become the GOP nominee for President in my lifetime. His claims of being a real conservative and having been a conservative governor in Massachusetts just don’t correspond to his actual record, nor do they ring true.
The good news for the Republican Party is that one of the four remaining candidates now appears to be headed toward winning the nomination. But the bad news for the party bosses is that it’s Mitt Romney, and I believe they are finally coming to grips with that reality. Many Democrats and Independents seem to believe that President Obama will be easily reelected. But when one considers that a certain percentage of the voters are against Obama regardless of who the GOP nominates as its standard bearer, it could still be a close race in the Fall.
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