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Southern Wins Put Rick Santorum Back In The Game

The past few weeks have made it clear that the current Republican presidential nomination race is a tight battle between Senator Rick Santorum and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Although there are a few months left before the actual elections, some might be tempted to state that this Republican race has no more surprises to throw at us. At the moment, Rick Santorum’s recent wins in the South got him back in the game, but Mitt Romney is still frontrunner.

The challenges that Americans had to survive through over the past four years have changed a lot more than a layperson would perceive at a first glance. The truth is that consumer confidence wasn’t the only aspect that changed during this time. Americans are now a lot more particular and sensitive about the kind of person that will represent their interests as president. Elements such as economy and unemployment are of huge importance, and it seems that Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney have come up with the two most liked strategies.

For Republicans the challenge is huge. These candidates not only have to convince voters they have what it takes to stand face to face with Obama in November’s elections but their plans to boost up the economy must be practical and reasonable. Several polls have showed that Americans blame former president George W. Bush for the overall crisis, so Republicans do have a lot to prove their administration will be different.

Over the past few weeks it has become clear that voters across the United States have considered that Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum deserve to enter the presidential race. However, with only a few months to come, both candidates are in a close fight. Rick Santorum’s recent wins in the Deep South have once again made it difficult for Mitt Romney to score his early nomination. As so many others have pointed out, the recent results only show that Mitt Romney has failed to convince the bulk mass of voters he is the best Republican candidate in the race.

The failures in the Mississippi and Alabama caucuses have without a doubt mind boggled Mitt Romney. In a weak attempt to shove off the failure he said during an interview with CNN: “Sen. Santorum is at the desperate end of his campaign and trying in some way to boost his prospects”.

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Eli Wads is one of our expert authors in technology and business fields.Currently living in San Marino, Eli has graduated at Southwestern Academy with a Bachelor Degree in business in 2008. Contact him by dropping him an e-mail at Eli.Wads@dailygossip.org

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