Thursday, January 12, 2012

The "Electable" Romney, Part 96

Quin Hillyer:

...Which leaves, again, Santorum, having won four of five elections and overperformed so far on the presidential stage, and Romney, having so far lost two of three elections and badly underperformed on the presidential stage. 

That's just the tail end of a column in which Hillyer makes it clear:  Romney (now holding 2.05% of the delegates to the (R) convention) is NOT "inevitable," and--matter of fact--may not even be "electable."

HT:  Hot Air


Gregory said...

Hey Dad, Did you read this one? - Greg

“On occasion scientists working on the nuclear program in Iran turn up dead. I think that’s a wonderful thing, candidly.- Rick Santorum


Anonymous said...

The only election wins either of these two will experience will occur in the primaries. Enjoy it while it lasts!

Anonymous said...

The feigned ignorance reminds me of when Soviets would airbrush out of photos those who had fallen out of favor. "You must be mistaken, comrade. I do not know of a comrade Dr Ron Paul."

Sometimes i think that the re-election of Obama would be the best thing to happen. it's kind of like the addict, or other social misfit. They tend not to make the necessary changes until they hit absolute bottom and, as bad as things have become, we are a long way from the bottom. i have faith that Obama can take us there - to the bottom - given the opportunity, and i think it would be a shame to saddle a conservative, even an opportunistic conservatives such as Romney or Santorum, with the continuing decline we are likely to see over the course of the next presidency."