Thursday, July 7, 2011

Business Insider Handicaps the 2012 GOP Presidential Race

As the second quarter of 2011 nears its close, the race for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination has begun the process of sorting itself out. Mitt Romney is the front-runner. Michele Bachmann has emerged as an insurgent force. Tim Pawlenty has failed to catch fire. Sarah Palin's candidacy remains unannounced. Rick Perry must decide if he's too late to the show.

Following is our updated assessment of each candidate and where they stand as we head into the final six months of the "shadow primary" season.

The candidates and their odds of winning the GOP nomination. Click on candidates name to view the reasoning behind the odds given:

Mitt Romney Even Money
Sarah Palin 20-1
Newt Gingrich 50-1
Ron Paul 50-1
Michele Bachmann 10-1
Tim Pawlenty 20-1
Rick Santorum 100-1
Jon Huntsman 20-1
Gary Johnson 100-1
Herman Cain 50-1
Rick Perry 10-1

The full story is here.

Please check us out on Facebook and If you like what you see, please "Like" us. You can find us here.


Anonymous said...

These odds are a cute way of talking about the GOP race. But no bookmaker on this planet would give this kind of money line. You have the favorite at even money, the second choice is 10-1, and the fourth choice is 20-1. This is nice thing to do but i wish the author would have done some research on bookmaking before posting these odds.


Anonymous said...

lets vote wisely folks.their is no one who can get our freedom back or our liberty back or the money the bankers have stolen.i say with this NDAA becoming law and now we will start to feel the NWO and go threw what the jews went through.i am ready to fight for freedom i dont want to go to a camp i want liberty and until i am dead i will never surrender.