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Campaign 2012

Mitt Romney's Nearly Mainly Almost Certain Nomination

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Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney pauses while speaking at his Colorado caucus night rally in Denver, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)  (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

The Nearly Mainly Almost Certain Nominee of the Republican Party won't lose much sleep over last night's unfortunate results in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri.

Yes, it was embarassing for Mitt Romney to have to come onstage in Denver, the state he thought he had the best chance of winning, to offer congratulations to Rick Santorum (the victor of the Iowa caucuses), who had just whipped him again, in three contests.

 

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