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I have to tell you that with -- all the zeal that that Karl Rove went through all of the counties trying to figure out who was gonna win in Iowa last week.
He's done the same thing about the race for fourth.
Who's gonna win Santorum or Gingrich.
I think santorum's gonna pull it out at the end based on the the least amount of data one can have which is partial results from two to two towns where there -- lot more votes to -- But it looks like it's tilting towards Santorum more than get -- -- less than those -- of those -- have a lot more votes and they're more heavily for so I saw you both shaking your heads when the fox all stars up in Manchester we're talking about this night for Mitt Romney what means from season it is only one way to judge these nights.
How much closer doesn't put the guide to winning the nomination.
Problem what would you say this night does for Romney's chances to become the Republican nominee.
It's a big night for -- you code keys for a couple years he's been the presumptive front runner tonight he became the presumptive nominee of the party not the nominee but the presumptive nominee.
He's gonna go to South Carolina the rest the field is stumbling out of gas and -- in out of running out of time and running and oxygen.
And yet they're going to come after him in South Carolina but he today.
He scored here and there's no denying it -- when the people actually thought it was a weaker front runner and he turned out to be.
Now he's now he's going to be the the nominee and -- he gets stopped in South Carolina are very quickly by Simon Carl your thoughts about.
What this does in turn -- projecting Mitt Romney to the nomination.
The last five New Hampshire primary is the average winner has has had a margin of ten and a half.
He's now -- fourteen nearly fifteen points no one is it no one has ever won Iowa and New Hampshire vols.
And gone on to win the Republican nomination always never done that the force of this is the first guy -- have been able to do it.
I will say I agree with Joseph he is to presumptive nominee.
But he's got a long way to go and then in the numbers in South Carolina are that the -- and tonight may not be the poll numbers in New Hampshire.
But the amount of money Newt Gingrich is RD place three and a half 1000003 point four million dollars on TV -- -- -- super pac.
Romney has two point one -- 654000.
Dollars Santorum 560000.
Ron Paul 539000.
Huntsman 36000 at 7350000.
Dollars on television advertising that is more -- -- in the next ten days.
And the left and the previous week and spent in the fall by most major statewide candidates in all the state -- to Gingrich has.
Already placed ads on the air tonight about abortion the super pac -- course on paying.
Your thoughts how effective that'll -- -- well apparently it may be slightly more effective because in and -- the social conservatives did not go for Gingrich or Santorum in New Hampshire.
And was because in part.
That does the New Hampshire writes we're familiar with what on what Romney -- down on life and abortion.
As governor and up country South Carolina with a lot of social conservatives -- -- not -- as -- was record.
As -- his neighbors to the north of New Hampshire solid list of you here in New York brought good -- her Mitt Romney and on the South Carolina.
Okay Chris that.
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