Romney Down But Not Out

Did you see the rapid fire personal, visceral attacks that Romney took in last night’s ABC/Facebook debate?

If not, here they are:

What a cowardly, insulting interjection.

What a smug comment followed by the most self-conscious laugh. I doubt McCain won some of those independents he wants so badly with such an underhanded, glib comment.

These guys just make me sick.

So much for Huckabee’s feigned “Christian” non-negative campaign. At least Romney has the guts to put up issue ads, not just broadly and personally attack his opponents.

And again we see McCain’s true colors… his pompousness, temper, glibness, rudeness, and superiority complex is something only that many years in the senate can produce in a person.

So, here’s how I see it playing out… Romney is in a pretty close race in New Hampshire with McCain. He came in 2nd in the Iowa caucus. He won the Wyoming Primary. So currently, nationally, Romney is the front runner. Even if he comes in 2nd in New Hampshire, he will still gain more delegates, and still (likely) be in first place nationally. Even if he came in 2nd in every primary and caucus before Super-Duper Tuesday, he will still be in the lead nationally. Every state might have their differnt fair haired child republican, and choose Mitt second. Surprisingly, Mitt might just win on the Guiliani strategy… except Mitt is going all 9 rounds, not just waiting to throw the hail mary on the last play of the game.

On the other side of the aisle, Hillary had one of her best moments in this little clip:

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