Though he may not be technically exiting the race, this has to be considered lights out for Mitt Romney. In Michigan polls taken before his losses in Iowa and New Hampshire, he was clinging to a one point lead in his birth state. His supporters argued passionately that in places that got to know him best, he was popular. His entire strategy was based on winning in Iowa and New Hampsire–but now he has been blown out in both sates. Put a fork in his campaign.
As for Rudy, all he has to hope for is that he clings to a narrow fourth place finish over Ron Paul to avoid utter embarassment (though losing to Huckabee in NH and not making it into the double digits would be quite pathetic by itself). The only reason that he gets a pass out of NH is that from the get go, he’s been focusing on Florida. But things are looking pretty grim right now.
If Thompson doesn’t do something in SC, that leaves a Huckabee vs. McCain race, and oddly, McCain reemerges as the establishment frontrunner.
Was 2007 even necessary?
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