Hard working Americans and the media push Romney towards his goal

While many would agree that reporting the American elections is much like reporting a sports contest where each side has supporters who continue rooting for their side’s hero until their win or loss is inevitably evident and then all goes quiet until the next game of showmanship and competition is up people’s TV sets. This is to say that media and supporters form a combination that when used correctly to influence the latter and when the latter is essentially in agreement with one’s policies and outlook for the future, then a win is not far away.

This is exactly what happened with Romney, some would say. Working class women who choose Romney over conservative and stricter Santorum helped him recover his narrow win in Michigan yet again with a whisker. Although Romney’s initial wins has propelled him to wield a considerable gap between him and Santorum, Michigan and Ohio showed that it would be easy to carry on without realizing that there was opposition to his views and opinions especially that support gay marriage and other issues specifically un-conservative in nature.

Election campaigning gains speed with either one of Romney and Santorum against Obama

As the Republican heavyweights fight it out in one state after another, the race to finish draws closer. Both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, largely contrasted by their moderate and conservative outlooks, finished with Arizona and Michigan last week. Both states choose Romney while staying clear of Rick Santorum’s views that have been largely regarded as conservative and most preferred by evangelical Christians and tea party conservatives. He did manage to win half of Michigan’s 30 delegates but failed to reach the finish line that was clinched by Mitt Romney who has created a large decisive gap between Santorum and himself that has helped him in a push toward the ultimate end game of facing Obama at the national debates when and if he wins.

 

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