Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Super Tuesday - Primaries and delegates

Super Tuesday primary results
Alabama, Akansas, Georgia, Tennesse, West Virginia
Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma
Colorado, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Utah

The Delegate wins that matter
Chuck Norris and Ric Flair
Rudy Giuliani, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Brooks, Michael Medved
Rush Limbaugh
Hugh Hewitt
Mark Levin
Laura Ingraham

Mark Levin on Romney
Rally for Romney
Let’s face it, none of the candidates are perfect. They never are. ... The only one left standing who can honestly be said to share most of our conservative principles is Mitt Romney. I say this as someone who has not been an active Romney supporter.
RUSH Limbaugh on Romney
"I think now, based on the way the campaign has shaken out, that there probably is a candidate on our side who does embody all three legs of the conservative stool, and that’s Romney."
Sean Hannity on Romney
"I'll be voting on the new York primary on Tuesday. I'll probably be voting, not probably, I am voting for Romney..."
Michael Medved on McCain
The truth of the matter is, look, folks have to come to terms with the fact that McCain is very likely going to be the nominee. So, for nine months are we going to be attacking a Republican nominee every single day, and calling him McVain and calling him McLame and calling him McAmnesty?
Ann Coulter on not McCain (and Hillary)
Manifestly, if he's our candidate, then Hillary's going to be our girl, Sean, because she's more conservative than he is. I think she would be stronger on the war on terrorism. I will campaign for her if it's McCain.
Talk Radio on McCain
Radio Talkers on the line against McCain
Talk radio pioneer Rush Limbaugh said that if McCain or Mike Huckabee are nominated, "it's going to destroy the Republican Party." Mark Levin calls the senator "John McLame." On Monday, Laura Ingraham said she was "concerned about the mental stability of the McCain campaign" and had cuckoo-clock sound effects accompany his words.

"Sen. McCain is a great American, a lousy senator and a terrible Republican," Hugh Hewitt told The Associated Press. "He has a legislative record that is not conservative. In fact, it is anti-conservative."

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