Who will be the toughest foe of President Barack Obama on November 6, 2012, United States Presidential Election? Mitt Romney win in the Maine Caucus a warmed welcome back to him after he loss toin three-state four days ago. The former U.S senator from Pennsylvania was able to attract the sympathy of the people in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri where he beat Mitt Romney. "That's always a good sign," Santorum told CBS News during a campaign swing in Texas. While in Oklahoma, Santorum lit into Romney, who he accused of "serially tearing down opponents without offering any kind of vision for what he wants to do for this country." Santorum says his three wins last week -- he was awarded the win in Iowa, too -- shows that people "arelikin' the message and the messenger." Republican candidates should land their flat from clean and clear so people will know why do they what tobecome a President of the United States of America. This country can't wait for somebody to uplift the economy and land more job for people. Everyone has a plan but that's only a plan yet. They usually attacked their opponent when they know that they are left behind. "Romney's real mission is to win the soul of his party," Alex Castellanos, a GOP strategist who advised Romney's 2008 presidential campaign, told The Hill. "Santorum doesn't even need to run negatives against Romney, which is telling."
Feb 11, 2012 (84% of precincts reporting) Mitt Romney 2,190 39.2% Ron Paul 1,996 35.7% Rick Santorum 989 17.7% Newt Gingrich 349 6.2% Other 61 1.1%