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Saturday, February 2, 2008
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There is one main reason I think the governors (Crist and Arnie) support McCain and not Mitt: they need a guy in Washington on whom they can rely later.

At this point, it is fairly clear that whoever wins the GOP nomination will have a very steep uphill battle against a Dem candidate in the general election. In fact, if the current sentiments hold it will be a miracle if the GOP keeps the presidency in 2008. However, most governors plan to keep on staying well past the presidential election.

In voting for McCain governors get into a no-loss situation. If McCain loses the general election, which he most likely will, the governors get to keep the powerful senator to whom they can turn in case of need (remember Arnie and emission standards). If McCain wins, well then they endorsed the right guy for the president. For governors to support Mitt means to sour relations with Big Mac, yet not significantly, if at all, improve GOP chances in general election. In this election, practicality not policy matters.



This from: http://nyformitt.blogspot.com/

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/election_20082/2008_presidential_election/daily_presidential_tracking_poll

Mitt and McCain Tied Nationally
This is such good news coming into Super Tuesday! With Florida done and factored into Rassmussen Reports national polling, it’s truly a Two Man Race!

Romney 30%
McCain 30%
Don’t let the media write us off, Mitt is in this race and he’s strong. His polling has gone up steadily since Rudy dropped out. Rudy may have endorsed the wrong guy. Rudy’s voters are going to Mitt.




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