Skip to comments.Live Thread: GOP Primary election results (WI, MD, DC)
Posted on 04/03/2012 5:24:56 PM PDT by newzjunkey
Fox News & CNN are projecting Romney wins MD in their banners.
Santorum wasn't on the DC ballot.
Wisconsin polls close at 8pm CDT/9pm EDT.
Wisconsin is called by FOX for Romney.
The greatest Santorum line was hitting Romney. He has got the crowd fired up. His bashing Obama and Romney is most excellent. He is also revisiting Republican Party history, its failure to win elections by nominating MODERATES—as controlled by the Leadership vanquishing the conservative grassroots. Great speech! Packed House.
When Romney loses to Obama in November, it will be no different to the powers that be than it was when McCain lost. They will foist upon us another RINO democrat-lite in 2016, given half a chance.
As long as conservatives contribute to a party that disregards everything and everyone conservative, it will get the same plate of retread candidates. We need a hero (or heroes) who is/are unafraid to take on those who are leading us in political circles at the expense of our nation's future. It's not too late and voters are praying for just that.
“I am very similar to you, except I was more pessimistic on Santorum. Also I confess, I might vote for Romney in November (assuming he is the nominee).”
I have to say, at this point I’d love to see a 3rd party, TEA PARTY run by Sarah Palin.
With two liberals (0 and Willard) splitting the rest of the vote, she just might pull it off.
Otherwise, it’s looking pretty grim.
June. Primary for recall in may.
I picked Santorum instead of Paul, due to Paul’s habit of accepting donations of people like those from Stormfront. Newt was out of the question for me — imagine having the First Mistress in the White House. And Romney is almost physically repulsive to me these days.
Maryland is an Obama-worshipping enclave, as far as I’m concerned. 2/3 of the registered voters are Democrats.
Maryland election judge here. Our precinct voted 75% Obama 25% uncommmitted.
With a closed primary, a one party state, and a precinct full of conservative old democrats, I believe this reflects the usual crossover presidential votes. Our precinct voted McCain with more democrats than republicans in 08.
I think Fox already projected Romney for WI. Is that right?
Viking Kitties??? :D
This, if it occured, will disappoint many of the dishonest ROMNEY supporters here on FR masquerading as Newt supporters or virulently always incessantly anti-Santorum, even on Santorum threads for organizing for his supporters (low class if you ask me).
Reason I believe it is possible for Fox News (in the bag, like Drudge, for Willard) to retract is that the vote in WISCONSIN is TIED at:
Oh, believe me, we will see just WHO IS LAUGHING before tonight is over, my friend. ;-)
Yeah, Drudge has it closer. The real election in WI I want to win is Governor Walker this June. I will drive up from Illinois to campaign for Governor Walker and fight the union thugs from hell!!!
Scott Walker is the Governor I wish we would have in Illinois. Instead we have a crook from Chicago........
Since when is being right a disgrace?
In the CNN exit poll Dems went 37% for Santorum, 19% for Romney.
Won't be enough, Romney led in the exit poll by precisely what he led in the polls up to today, 7%.
Yes, they predicted a clean sweep for Romney tonight.
But then again Fox has been Romney worshipers forever.
Hopefully Wisconsin can do what Illinois failed to do when the idiots in my state voted for Mittens.
Everyone I know including myself voted Santorum. Too many country club repubs in Illinois, which is why rats always win.
GOP about to become extinct.
Melchidezek mormon Bishop military avoiding service coward must not under any circumstances become POTUS.
Time to take the blue blood country clubber Washingtonians at the RNC out.
They and their greedy pulled back wives are all about extorting cash from the working man at gunpoint, skimming off the top for themselves, and redistributing the rest to their friends, no different than the retards in the Jackass party.
GOP will split.
I feel the same way. The impending demise of the GOP is reflective of that of America as we know it.
Remember how tall we stood when Reagan led the country for those eight great years? What a blessing it is to have experienced that wonderful era. God bless President Reagan for that final brilliance as the Shining City on a Hill. We were never the same once he left office.
But what a great run we had...
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