Mitt Romney's 'Southern' accents are a hit-and-miss try

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  • Brother Chuck Schroeder A Tropical Paradise USA, FL
    March 12, 2012 1:49 p.m.

    In the signature scene from the 1978 comedy "Animal House," the character played by John Belushi declared, "Nothing's over until we decide it is!"

    Well, it's now been three months since the race for the Republican presidential nomination began in Iowa and despite Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, the GOP establishment and many in the media declaring that it's over to stick a fork in Newt, he's done.

    This race won't be over until WE - conservative Republicans - decide it is.

    And in case anyone has any doubt about Newt's commitment to continuing the fight, hereƂs what he said on Friday: "I just want to set this to rest once and for all. We're going to Tampa. There's no question in my mind."

    That's Tampa, Florida. Where the Republican National Convention will be held in August.

    Indeed, why in the world would the most electable candidate against Barack Obama not continue to fight for the nomination?.

    Since when did Utah's Mitt Romney get 'Southern' accents?.