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Published: Tuesday, March 13 2012 8:30 p.m. MDT

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A1994
Centerville, UT

I, Rick Santroum, Man of La Mancha...

What is he thinking claiming victory? He has 216 delegates to Romney's 465 and I don't think any of these primaries are winner-take-all either. At the end of the day, what is Santorum's (and Gingrich's) point in dragging this out? If they were much closer in the delegate count, I could totally understand wanting to stick around to see what happens. This isn't a ball game where they teach you to play until the final whistle blows. This isn't even a play where the fat lady sings. This is a hopeless crusade for a man who will never be president.

JohnJacobJingleHeimerSchmidt
Beverly Hills, CA

I called this months ago, Romney will be sunk by in the South. This is just the beginning. You take the least educated region in the US and expect them to make an intelligent decision? No, it is based on religion and Mitty is in trouble now because Santorum will raise more money. Santorum won this despite lack of funds, with money he will make it big in the south.

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