Any fellow Romney for President supporters (or anyone not too excited by the prospect of McCain at the top of the GOP ticket) looking for a little good news heading into the Super Tuesday showdown, look here (H/T Michelle Malkin):
In the race for the Republican Presidential Nomination, itâ€™s John McCain at 30%, Mitt Romney at 30%, and Mike Huckabee at 21%. Ron Paul is supported by 5% of Likely Republican Primary Voters….Romney leads by sixteen percentage points among conservatives while McCain has a two-to-one advantage among moderate Primary Voters.
Considering the “no-bounce” trend of this race over the past month, the McCain momentum meme may be mostly a myth (how do you like the alliteration?). This race isn’t over yet, and may still be up in the air come next Wednesday morning. One notable Republican with national electoral experience outlines the way for Romney to engineer a comeback (H/T Right Wing News).
Besides, McCain is acting a little too cocky.
Stay tuned to Mount Virtus for more Super Tuesday coverage, including an on-the-ground view of Colorado’s Republican Caucus.