Romney Wins Don’t Seem to Satisfy
Mitt Romney was the winner last night in the Republican primaries, but nobody seems happy about it. I’ve got a bunch of audio sound bites about people commenting, “Yeah, he’s winning it, but it doesn’t seem like they’re really big wins. He’s eking this out. There’s not a whole lot of excitement to it. Uh, he ought to be winning these things much easier.” Like Virginia. People are citing Virginia. “It should have been a slam dunk. He was only up against Ron Paul.” The other two guys weren’t on the ballot in many of the counties Virginia because of election rules there. Do you know Obama only won 57% of the vote in Oklahoma, and he was unopposed?
There’s a Democrat primary going on, too. Obama won 57% of the vote in the Democrat primary in Oklahoma. He won the state, yeah, but he shoulda cleaned up. He shoulda got 100% of the vote. He didn’t. “Romney Scores Big Win; Press Fails to Notice,” is a report from WhiteHouseDossier.com, Keith Koffler. “Mitt Romney won a crushing victory Tuesday, winning twice as many states as Rick Santorum and more that two-and-half times as many delegates, but his triumph is being portrayed in headlines across the nation as sign of weakness and failure. According to the Wall Street Journal, Romney picked up 211 delegates while taking six states, bringing his total delegate count to 415.