– posted by thehim
Many Democrats are still hoping that Mitt Romney wins the Republican nomination. I’m certainly one of them, but for a totally different reason. I’m rooting for Mitt Romney to win the Republican nomination because it will allow for the Federal Way Conservative’s unbelievably disturbing man-crush on him to continue full force until November. Jonathan has already called Florida for Mitt even though he actually finished second to John McCain:
This is just about a done deal now. Mitt Romney is leading, a lot, in Florida.
And the polling has been so accurate thus far, especially in the Florida Republican race.
No one will be surprised when he wins today, probably by 8 or more points. (At least, no one who has been reading the polls.) Mitt Romney also passed McCain nationally.
Via TPM, “Right now, with just over half reporting, McCain has 36%, Romney has 31% and Rudy is bringing up third with 15%.”
I’m not too excited about this.
That’s good, because it’s only happening inside your head, fucknuts.
I think a lot of us saw it happening about a month ago as Mitt took second in Iowa and New Hampshire. When he took first in Michigan, that’s when I was truly happy and certain that Mitt would take the nomination.
I think we’re seeing the perfect illustration of the blind faith that allowed Mormonism to come about in the first place.
Now that people see this race as McCain vs. Romney, the conservatives are falling in line behind Romney.
Which is why Giuliani is endorsing McCain tomorrow.
That means most of Huckabee’s, Thompson’s, Giuliani’s, Hunter’s, Paul’s, and Tancredo’s guys are lining up behind Romney.
Well, Tancredo and Hunter have about 10 supporters between them, and Thompson will make an endorsement in March when he wakes up from his post-campaign nap.
(I mean the republicans among Paul’s supporters, not the crazies.)
If you’re a Democrat trying to figure that one out, remember that his “crazies” are our “Republicans” and vice versa.
That’s the majority of the party, because we are still a party of conservatives, people who put the individual above the state.
Which is exactly why Jonathan believes that habeas corpus rights are silly.
This is the way Bush won in 2000.
Maybe Romney should’ve accused McCain of fathering a black baby while campaigning in South Carolina.
There were several good conservatives, as well as a few liberals.
I can only imagine which candidates he thinks were the liberals.
Before the voting, it was pretty wild and the debate intense. As things started going forward, all the conservative republicans fell in line behind one candidate, and that candidate won.
And in 2008, that candidate is probably going to be John McCain.
I expect Romney to win, big time, in November.
I bet you do.
I don’t see any of the democrat candidates holding a candle to Romney the man or Romney’s policies.
How could they? He’s held both sides on nearly every position. No one can hold a candle to that.
I see Romney having all the money he wants to run his campaign, and I see a new conservatism sweeping the nation.
Jonathan, most people use crystal balls to predict the future, not crystal meth.