posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 12:24 PM
reply to post by Eurisko2012
I wouldn't be so willing to contribute it to the debates or Palin as I would to this simple fact - the anti-Romney neoconservative rats (not
being insulting, just using common imagery) have been swimming from the various ships as they sink, with the last two options being Santorum and
Gingrich at this point. I'd have to say of the two, Gingrich is definitely the strongest on several fronts, so it's only logical the support swings
to him now with everyone else out of the race.
It will be interesting to see what happens with his campaign given the multiple issues, and if its possible implosion results in any serious bump for
Santorum - if he remains in long enough. If they both end up cratering, I'm wondering if the republicans will hold their nose and finally agree to
support Romney directly, or if they'll get over their fears and align behind Paul as the anti-Romney.
Fun times ahead...with Santorum/Gingrich's problems with ballot access, my uncertainty on how their campaign funds are doing, and various
skeletons...it'll be a good watch - especially now that the Romney opposition book is out there counter-balancing these facts.