Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Soros Endorses Mittens


This does not surprise me in the least. Romney will change his spots to suit those who are REALLY in charge behind the scenes. Georgie Boy here sees an opportunity to take more control of the executive reins of power should Mittens get the Republican nod.


Despite narrow primary wins in Alabama and Mississippi, Rick Santorum (Pa.) has fallen further behind in the delegate count to front-runner Mitt Romney, who won caucuses in Hawaii and American Samoa and captured about 30 percent of the vote in the two Southern states.

Because delegates are awarded proportionally in both Alabama and Mississippi, Romney won 23 delegates in those two states, compared to 31 for Santorum and 24 for former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (Georgia), according to the most recent projections by the Associated Press. But Romney captured 14 more delegates than Santorum in Hawaii and American Samoa, AP said, for a net gain of six delegates...Read More at The Washington Post

4 comments:

innominatus said...

"Only the good die young" means that Soros will probably live to 150.

Scott said...

But who could take the place of such a renowned investment counselor and philanthropist?...sic...

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

That doesn't say as much about Soros as it does about Mittens.

Scott said...

We kow the enemy in Soros. Mittens is an unknown quantity...and probably more dangerous as a result. "Better the enemy you know"...and all that.