Not a surprise. I can still say at least that with Ann Romney we would finally have a First Lady we can be proud of. At the same time, this thing is not over. They said it was after Iowa, and it wasn’t. They said it was over after NH, and it wasn’t. Then we had South Carolina, and now Florida. We’ll see what Newt’s plans are and I hope they’re good. I’ve been seeing a lot of “We’re doomed” tweets over at the Twitters. No we’re not, remember to keep your eye on the prize, and that’s getting the drunk Captain Barack Hussein Schettino away from the wheel.

After Florida win, Romney says primary fight is good for GOP

Gingrich tells supporters he won’t give up

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  1. FrankRemley says:

    This victory in Florida raises ole Fireball Mittenz’ record in elections, primaries, and caucuses to an impressive total of 7 wins and 19 losses. Sandy Koufax, Steve Carlton, and Roger Clemens are all cringing knowing that Mittenz will soon pass them in the record book. Mittenz was helped by the fact that opposing pitcher Knuckleball Newt Gingrich was hit by a line drive in the second inning and had to leave the game.

  2. Chuck says:

    Impressive speech … I’m taking about Newt, of course. He needs to stay on message if he wants to win this.

    Was “Mr. President: You were elected to lead, you chose to follow, and now it’s time for you to get out of the way” the best Mitt’s speechwriters could come up with? As original as the candidate itself. You would think that with the money he’s pouring into this he will hire a good writer, especially since there are so many pundits that love him.

    My hope is that this will be a long haul so that the final nominee can win this election.

  3. flaggman says:

    McCain-without-the-war-heroism, for the win!

  4. Kat says:

    As I tweeted earlier…Romney still needs over 1000 delegates…so YEP its all over Romney is the candidate! HUH? Come on TAMS! Along with those of us in the Tea Party…when did we listen to the LSM? We are smarter and stronger than that? Its time to sharpen the cleats and get ready to RUUUMMMMBBBLLLEEE (RUMBLE)!
    BTW…the fat lady still hasnt entered the building!

    P.S. Tammy…not sure who’s tweets you read but, Newt was very upbeat and positive tonight in his speech! He did call Mittenz the Massachusetts Moderate…but hey…if the truth hurts…here’s a band-aid for their, Mittenz, and the LSM’s boo boo! LOL!

  5. yayii says:

    Bad loss in Florida but that state is unfortunately becoming more blue than red. Still lots of votes waiting to be cast in the coming weeks so lets hope this all works out.

  6. ROD says:

    Mittenz throwing down the big-money, I think he’s worried he should be.

  7. Maynard says:

    Some polls indicate Mitt is much better positioned to beat Obama than Newt. My heart tells me otherwise, but my heart can be stupid.

    The party division between Mitt and Newt isn’t easily summarized. Some have hinted that Mitt’s the choice of RINOs or the eastern liberals with more money and less spirit. But it’s not that simple. Mitt’s been endorsed by some people we like. Newt’s been condemned by some people we like.

    The choice isn’t clear to me. Given my uncertainty, I’ll trust the process, and hope that whoever prevails will learn from the other. When all is said and done, I hope the winner will represent a piece of the best we all have to offer.

    If I were voting today, I echo Tammy’s sentiment that I’d vote for Newt.

    I’m thinking again of this post by Thomas Sowell in the aftermath of South Carolina. Sowell’s conclusion:

    Whichever candidate the Republican voters finally choose from this year’s field, they are bound to have reservations, if not fears. Gingrich’s worst could be worse than Romney’s worst, both as a candidate and as a president. But Gingrich’s best is much better than Romney’s best.

    Sometimes caution can be carried to the point where it is dangerous. When the Super Bowl is on the line, you don’t go with the quarterback who is least likely to throw an interception. You go with the one most likely to throw a touchdown pass.

  8. dennisl59 says:

    The Morning After: CNBC called Romney’s 47% of the vote a “Landslide”. OK, maybe it’s ‘just me’, but since when is winning less than 50% of ANY vote a “Landslide”?

    Answer: It’s not, it’s just ‘lowering the bar’ to reprogram the electorate, imho.

    posted 2/1 540am Texas[TAM Moonbase] Time.

  9. NancyB says:

    I really could care less about how fabulous the future first lady would be, and care more about who we elect into office. This election is critical. The reason Romney won Fla. is due to the barrage of attacks not only from Romney himself,along with some exaggerated & outright lies about Newt, but also from dems, the repub. establishment & even conservative news media, like Drudge. I think a Romney presidential win would be devastating, I truly believe he will not over-turn obamacare & his policies would not differ greatly from obama’s.

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