The Republican presidential campaign trail continues to take strange twists and turns, almost every time one of the candidates opens his mouth.
The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows Mitt Romney with a razor-thin lead going into tomorrow’s Ohio primaries, but that’s not why he was singing about Davy Crockett in Tennessee. Maybe it was because of the trees.
'Born on a mountaintop in Tennessee; greenest state in the Land of the Free; raised in the woods, so he knew every tree; and he killed himself a bear when he was only three. Davy, Davy Crockett. Remember that?'
Rick Santorum has a double-digit lead going into Tuesday’s Oklahoma primaries in the latest poll by the American Research Group. During a stop in Tulsa, Santorum compared ObamaCare and federal entitlements to drug dealers.
'They believe that America love entitlements. And once we get them hooked on this entitlement, they will never let it go. That's how they see you. As people to get hooked. Like a drug dealer. Someone to become dependent upon them. And once that happens, they got you.'
Over the weekend, Romney won the Washington state caucuses and hopes that win will sling him to victories in the ten states holding primaries on Super Tuesday. Seven will have outright elections, and three will conduct caucuses.
Super Tuesday is crucial for all the candidates because a third of the delegates needed for nomination are up for grabs. But don`t worry, there`s more to come.