Mitt Romney leads the way to the next GOP battlefield: New Hampshire

Mitt Romney eked out the narrowest of victories in Iowa over Rick Santorum..
By FoxNews
And now may have to ward off a combined onslaught from his rivals in the Republican presidential primary race, despite holding a sizable lead in the next voting grounds of New Hampshire.

The former Massachusetts governor has been accused of going negative on Newt Gingrich, and while Gingrich ranked a distant fourth in Tuesday’s Iowa caucuses, he is firing up to return the attack, while still maintaining the claim he is engaging in a positive campaign.

Gingrich told radio host Laura Ingraham on Wednesday that he could see himself and Santorum try to double-team the former Massachusetts governor, who with an expected endorsement on Wednesday from Sen. John McCain, effectively becomes the “establishment” candidate.

“Rick and I have a 20-year friendship, we are both rebels, we both came into this business as reformers, we both dislike deeply the degree to which the establishment sells out the American people,” he told Ingraham. 

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Alright, Iowa DONE!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. californiacruisin
    Jan 04, 2012 @ 18:36:26

    Yeh, boy. Pandering to the masses.


  2. Julian
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 14:24:36

    What with Newt getting ready to go through the rest of the campaign like a wrecking ball and beating Santorum by only eight votes, I think I’d head for the hills to raise chooks.


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