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@abulsme Updates from 2012-03-14 (UTC)

  • No @CNN, Santorum winning both states does not "dramatically change the race" as it was anticipated by many and delegates will be split. #
  • MT @FHQ: MT @mikememoli: Consider this: today is 2nd Tuesday in Mar the default for the NH presidential primary unless others move ahead #
  • RT @FHQ: If votes are as close in AL/MS as polls have indicated, delegates could be close enough that Am. Samoa is the big delegate prize. #
  • RT @kkondik: Big picture view here is that now that OK, TN, AL, MS, SC & GA have voted, most of Romney's really bad states are done. #
  • RT @FHQ: Can't wait for the uproar over 50 people in a bar in the Pacific providing a bigger delegate cushion than AL & MS combined tonight. #
  • RT @LarrySabato: To inject a bit of reality:A dead cat with an R next to its name on Nov ballot would win in AL & MS 4 POTUS #
  • RT @alexcast: So this will now be 2 man race, santo vs mitt, when it is too late for santo to win. Great. Just what GOP needs. #
  • RT @DemConWatch: MS delegates will be really split: CD: 4-4-4. AL: 9-8-8 #
  • RT @StuPolitics: Folks, it's ALA and MS…anyone really expect Romney to win either? #
  • RT @DemConWatch: Green Papers AL delegate estimate: so far: 10-9-7 #
  • RT @DemConWatch: Santorum net over Romney in AL: +6 to +14 . MS a wash. Mitt might gain a few in HI, but could make up real ground in AS. #
  • RT @MattDickinson44: If Mitt sweeps Hawaii, Amer Samoa, and given current projections in 'Bama, Ole Miss, he may be delegate winner tonight. #
  • RT @GingrichIdeas: Build a robot Jesus programmed to convince Santorum to drop out of the race. #
  • MT @FHQ: This MT @mmurraypolitics: Bottom line: Story is same as after Super Tuesday: math (benefitting Romney) vs. perception (hurting him) #
  • RT @FHQ: If Romney drops out. RT @ABBruns: @FHQ Can Santorum get to 1,144 before Tampa? In a tight race, what happens to FL delegates? #
  • RT @skip_oliva: As I've said before, I don't root for candidates. I root for chaos. #Santorum2012 #
  • RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Surprisingly intelligent CSPAN caller: "Gingrich should take a look at the scoreboard." #
  • RT @scalzi: (peeks at the primaries) (HORROR FACE) (looks away) #
  • RT @FHQ: Moving on: MS is +1 for Santorum. 13 delegates to 12 each for Gingrich and Romney. #msprimary #
  • RT @FHQ: Well actually, since Romney already had a MS automatic delegate, he and Santorum are now tied in delegates there. #msprimary #
  • MT @BadAstronomer: I want to joke about Santorum winning in the South, but it just makes me sad that fear, hate, and bigotry still thrive. #
  • RT @daveweigel: Dude! RT @RBReich: It's times like this when I can't help wonder whether Lincoln should have let the South go. #
  • RT @davidaxelrod: @MittRomney You know what they say: as America Samoa goes, so goes the nation! #
  • RT @fivethirtyeight: Santorum's tendency to outperform his polling averages is statistically significant. #
  • RT @daveweigel: RT @chanelbarber: @wstokes22 American Samoa is unanimous for Romney #
  • RT @fivethirtyeight: Hawaii pretty close so far. Romney 32% Santorum 28% Paul 23% with 16% reporting. #
  • @abulsme @CNN 2 clarify erlier tweet. Not many ppl anticipated dble Santorum win, but did expct clse 3-way where it was pssible & del split. #

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