Newt Gingrich Goes After Money, While Paul Attacks Romney
Well, Paul is more-so going after Romney's votes. Not necessarily him.
So, a lot of things have been going on. So much, that it’s really easy to overlook something a candidate has said or done recently.
Here’s a quick summary of what’s going on in the 2012 Republican Nominee race.
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Mitt Romney and Ron Paul basically tie for Maine’s Republican Caucus
Well, Mr. Romney has been declared the official winner of the Maine Caucuses, but Ron Paul is so close, he still has a chance of coming up with some more votes. There was a county that will be holding it’s caucus on Feb 18th instead. I doubt that will make a difference but it could add unexpected votes to the pot.
Media Makes Up Another Controversy On Rick Santorum
Okay, I can’t figure out whether this is to help Mr. Santorum or hurt him because it seems like political critics are just itching to get at something to talk about. Apparently, people are angry with him for a passage from his 2005 book, “It Takes a Family."
"The radical feminists succeeded in undermining the traditional family and convincing women that professional accomplishments are the key to happiness."
I’ll admit, the passage does seem to be attacking the working woman. However, I don’t think it’s that serious to be brought up to overshadow more important news. Should we not be talking about his opposition towards same-sex marriage and abortion?
The Grinch Tries to Take California Money
Starting today, Newt Gingrich will spend three days campaigning in California to raise more money. He’s been on and off of the campaign trail trying to raise money but this is a clear effort to salvage his pursuit for the head office.
I feel kind of bad for Mr. Gingrich because he’s right. Not everyone has Mitt Romney’s kind of money. Raising more money would be great for him right now.