Thursday, January 26, 2012

Do you want to see Mr. Romney or Mr. Gingrich win by a lot in Florida? Do you want the contest to go on a lot longer?

Where will a lot of Latino voters go? Will a lot of votes go to the candidate who FL thinks will win in the general election. As the late Tim Russert said a lot of years ago (2000): Florida, Florida, Florida.

14 comments:

Sfrasher said...

I want Romney to win by a lot in Florida. I think that Romney has the best potential to instill a change in the country and I don’t believe that Gingrich really has anything to offer to the American people. This race has really been dragged on for too long in my opinion, and I believe that Romney will pull so far ahead after winning Florida that it will be unattainable for anyone to overthrow him.

pliberski said...

I don't really like either of them. I definitely don't want Romney to win either. I could never take him seriously as a president. All I can think of is "who let the dogs out?"

ANichols said...

In my opinion, I do not have a preference on who wins Florida, but I would like it to be a close finish. After checking the results, it seems as though Romney smoked Gingrich. Furthermore, political scientists argue that Newt Gingrich's poor performance is due to the lack of female supporters. To me, this is intresting and I am excited to find out the reasons as to why Newt lacks female representation.

J.Mason said...

I would want neither one of them to win, change things up a bit. Maybe Ron Paul take a win. And i would really like this contest to go on for as long as it can, so there is no true "winner" until the very end.

Jwolf said...

I don't want either of them to win. I think they are both good enough candidates; however, I feel that others would do a better job in office. I do think that the contest has dragged on for too long and I feel that Republican should pick a candidate soon, and focus on the issues that America is presently faced with.

KKotecki said...

I personally would like to see Romney win in Florida because I believe that he has a better plan for what he is going to accomplish while in office and could actually make a beneficial impact on America. He also has the best potential for beating President Obama if he wins the Republican nomination. I really do not want the contest to go on longer because I think that Newt only gained temporary sympathy votes when attacked by the media, which put him ahead and now he is struggling and fighting to stay ahead but Romney is too strong and will win in the end so there is no point in dragging it on longer.

sli said...

I personally would not neither of them to win, becasue i want Paul win, but it's sad that he is too old to be a president. I want the contest to keep going on unless they pick a candidate who really deserves to be a new president from many perspectives.

JakobL said...

I would like to have a tie between them. It would make the following primaries much more interesting. If one of them (as a result of recent polls probably Romney) would win Florida by a huge lead that one will probably win the nominee for the GOP. Santorum and Paul have no chance because Santorum has not enough experience and can't control himself well enough. Paul is to old and is in my opinion too progressive for the GOP. Therefore the Florida primary will give one of the a good lead over the ther one.

MBoster said...

I honestly think that there is not a viable Republican candidate to challenge Barack Obama. Gingrich is good in debates, but he has skeletons in his closet. Romney is good with the economy, but has a hard time relating to the people, Paul relates with the people, but doesnt have the "smartest" political ideas. I dont think that it matters who wins Florida. Regardless of the outcome I believe Obama will be re-elected for another term.

skerns said...

I feel Mitt Romney needs to win by alot. The more bickering and harasing that is going on is very much hurting the GOP chances of winning against President Obama in this election. I agree with Sen. McCain that if the GOP want to come out on top they need to stick together and stop tearing eachother down.

Jegan said...

I am fairly indifferent when it comes to these two. But i think that Romney will come back as the number one candidate and that Newts win in SC was a fluke to so the least. The person i want to win is none other than Ron "Raw Milk" Paul.

PaulHurlbut said...

I am kind of hoping that either Romney pulls away and gets this whole thing over with OR Ron Paul comes out of nowhere and takes Florida by storm boosting him to a very competitive second seed with Gingrich. The latter is not very likely considering the high amount of elderly people living in Florida. One can only dream...

APrichard said...

Based upon the views upheld by the two presidential candidates i wish to see Romney win over Gingrich in Florida. Although a longer contest would result in the strengthening of the republican party as the whole nation would come to vote on the two, the party would be more likely to obtain American voters with Mitt Romney as their candidate.

Big Al said...

Mr. Romney, i want the contest to be over with. I think the general election will be much more competitive in a one on one campaign that would occur over the next several months. All the negative adds are giving Obama more fuel for the fire so to speak.