Santorum swan song- Romney reigns for Republicans……..

          The end is near for Rick Santorum. He gave a good effort and added interest to the Republican battle for nomination. With the remaining delegates concentrated in large, big media states… reality is setting in for the upstart from Pennsylvania. If it were not for Romney’s constant self-inflicted wounds..things would have been settled long ago. Santoum’s movement was given “life” time and again by Mitt’s musings..but time and money have finally  run out. The prospect’s of a brokered convention have faded, and very soon, all talk will turn to November’s general election.

    What has been a weakness for Romney all along will now turn in his favor. His “severely ” conservative outlook will soon be magically transformed into a more centrist position. The country is very much split down the middle, with a solid 40% of the vote for Romney,and 40% of the vote for the POTUS.Their is nothing Romney can do to lose the conservative vote. They will not ever vote for Obama, and they will turn out and vote..motivated more against the POTUS than for Romney .  The real election will take place convincing the 20% in the middle which way to turn. The same deal with the states in a two-way election.  Many states are pretty much pre-determined which way they are going to go. No matter what happens in the coming 6 months, Texas is not going for Obama, and California is not going to catch Mitt madness.

   The battleground states of Florida and Ohio will loom the largest. These two major states will determine our next president. These states have had a really tough struggle economically…and should be fertile ground for a Romney economic message that will be tailored made to appeal to each state. Distress over the weak economy is palatable, and the independent vote will follow their pocket book. When push comes to shove, issues like “Obama care” and “foreign policy’ will be largely pushed to the a secondary position.

   It’s all about jobs and survival for many voters. Which ever candidate can instill the most confidence in the voters as to their potential to turn around the economy…will capture the White House. The proof will be in the pudding ..and should the economic malaise continue…Romney will be in a position to win. No longer “severley” conservation, Mitt will soon morph into a center-right candidate ..who will bring more jobs and lower taxes…just what the doctor ordered for Ohio and Florida.





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