Michelle Oddis, one of Human Event‘s most clear-eyed and astute politics parsers, takes a step back from the conventional wisdom political obituary writing on Mitt Romney–which, no doubt, has a very good chance of being accurate–to look at the potential of a “slow and steady” candidate in a Republican race “with no front-runner, no loser suffering fatal damage and no real momentum behind any of the candidates.”
In a race that is still wide open, Romney–after two “losses”–has the most delegates to send to the Republican National Convention in September. Although Romney could lose momentum by not pulling in the “big win,” by remaining a national constant he becomes more of a threat than Huckabee, or McCain who have single wins and less delegates
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