Thursday, March 1, 2012

Mitt Romney wins Wyoming caucuses...That makes 4 in a row!

Mitt Romney has won the Wyoming caucuses, according to results released Wednesday by the state Republican Party.

The final results from the caucuses, which were held at various points over the last three weeks, show Romney winning the presidential preference straw poll portion with 39 percent of the vote, compared to 32 percent for Rick Santorum, 21 percent for Ron Paul and 8 percent for Newt Gingrich.

The final results rolled in from Sweetwater County on Wednesday, and the results there helped Romney expand his lead on Santorum slightly.

Just more than 2,100 people voted in the straw poll portion of the caucuses, which has no direct bearing on how the state’s 29 delegates will be awarded. (The same was the case in other caucus states like Iowa, Colorado and Minnesota, it should be noted.) (emphasis mine)
The full story is HERE.

That makes 4 IN A ROW for Romney!
(Maine, Michigan, Arizona, Wyoming)

I only mention this, because I had to listen to the media telling everyone for the past 3 weeks that Santorum won three in a row (Minnesota, Colorado, Missouri) when ALL 3 of his CONTESTS were NON-BINDING. At least 2 of Romney's 4 wins WERE BINDING!

Do you think you'll hear the media today stating that Romney won 4 in a row like they did Santorum? Don't hold your breath waiting!

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12 comments:

Teemu said...

Maine caucuses should also be added to the winning streak.

4 in a row!

Terrye said...

Yes, four in a row.

BOSMAN said...

Done!

Anonymous said...

yay!!!

Anonymous said...

Sorry folks but Mitt's Wyoming caucus win doesn't count. There are 61,430 Mormons in Wyoming. So its not fair and shouldnt count. And Santorum and Newt didn't feel like competing in Wyoming. So the media wont count that as a win.
Same goes for the rest of Romney's primary wins. New hampshire doesnt count because its next door to Massachusetts. Nevada doesn't count either. Too many Mormons live there and that's not fair. And you can forget about Florida. That doesn't count either because Mitt spent too much money there. And Santorum really didn't try in Florida. And Arizona is also a no-go. Too many Mormons in Arizona, and besides, Santorum and Newt didn't have the money to focus on Arizona so it doesn't count.
Yes people, the media keeps downplaying every single Romney victory.
In 2008, Obama lost to Hillary in New Hampshire, Nevada, Florida, Arizona, and California. But those losses were deemed good by the media Obama fought hard and really energized the people.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 10:46 a.m. I hear you, but screw "the media." Consider the alternative: What if Romney had LOST Wyoming? I refuse to let the media's balding dunces and blonde airheads, who care only about their personal & network ratings, pick my president. Frankly, I almost never watch TV -- and I've saved a lot of brain cells that way.

Publius Nemo said...

Anonymous @ 10:46 a.m.

Hilarious! Love the devils advocate and satire. Peace and Plenty, PN

Anybody said...

Well said! The MSM is all about Santorum as Obama can beat him. But even Fox has downplayed Romney wins. And bring up 6% Mormon Voter instead of the fact that the voters are at minimum 50% evangelicals and Catholics and that should benefit Santorum. Go Romney!

newark hawk said...

Funny how the media is all of a sudden so interested in the Romney/Santorum delegate count in Michigan, while consistently ignoring the Romney/Santorum delegate count nationwide.

If Santorum was wayyyyyyy in front in total delegates like Romney is, would the media be ignoring it, or would they be mentioning it every 5 seconds?

I think we all know the answer.

newark hawk said...

If not for the 50,000 votes -according to CNN - that Santorum got from Obama supporters, Romney would have won Michigan by 80,000 votes(not 30,000 votes), which would have been almost identical to his margin of victory over McCain in 2008.

newark hawk said...

Santorum claims that his Michigan robo-calls were meant to attract "Reagan Democrats".

Excuse me while I laugh my head off.

Last time I checked, Reagan NEVER used pro-bailout leftwing rhetoric like Santorum did to attract Democrats.

newark hawk said...

"Romney not only beat Santorum in Michigan, he beat Obama too."~Alex Castellanos, CNN, 2/28/12