However, the biggest difference between Romney and Obama is on the other side of the ledger: 53 percent of Americans hold favorable views of the president; for Romney, that number slides to 34 percent. Positive ratings of Obama steadily improved over the course of his fight for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination something not evident in Romneys ratings this time around, or last.
The GOP elites, who endorsed, or praised Romney, arent as smart as they though they were.
Lets hope voters wake up, and vote for the best candidate in the primaries - Santorum - and not the candidate they mistakingly THINK can win (Romney).
One thing is for sure, the “elite” on any side of the fence don’t want Santorum. He’s not a socialist, one world government insider with the whole population control agenda. I think the elite let the primaries run a bit to allow the impression that there is a real race, but in the end - humanly speaking - they always intended to block out Santorum and they have decided now is the time to come out of the closet and endorse their choice and try to shut him down. They control the money and the media. Even if people wake up on the grassroots level and Santorum’s momentum picks up, they will do anything to try to stop him - money, media, even dirty pool. But nothing is impossible with God!