Mitt has his opponents right where he wants them.
UPDATE: Okay, so I couldn’t resist quoting Hewitt: “Romney’s argument blows past the chattering classes working on old models. When Romney had to beat a dominant Rudy Giuliani, he had to win one or both of Iowa and New Hampshire. The fall of Rudy leaves a wide open field, and Romney’s two second palace showings in Iowa and New Hampshire along with a win in Wyoming means he’s in the thick of race.”
Silly me. I guess I just don’t understand the genius of losing two states you had spent tens of millions of dollars on with initial hopes of using them to vault to the nomination. It must be the Bain way.
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