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After Illinois the GOP should unite behind Romney
Jeb Bush backs Mitt Romney
Article added on March 21, 2012 at 19:06 Portuguese time
  
Mitt Romney wins again. This time in Illinois. With 99% of all votes counted, Mitt Romney comes in first with 47% of the vote, ahead of Rick Santorum with 35%, Ron Paul with 9% and Newt Gingrich with 8%.

By now it has become highly unlikely that any Republican candidate other than Mitt Romney will win the GOP nomination. What are Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich still doing in the race? Rick Santorum's ego trip should come to an end too. Do you really think a former senator (only until 2007) will have a chance against Barack Obama, who has now for years of training on the job behind him?

Only a man with a résumé as strong as Mitt Romney has a chance. A man who has successfully led a state, a company and the Olympic Games. What else are you asking for?

Jeb Bush is now backing Mitt Romney too. He was one of the last men one could think of as a last minute surprise candidate, together with Michael Bloomberg and a few others, although all of this has always been extremely unlikely.

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Jeb Bush was right highlighting that the economic competence of the Republican candidate is key. Furthermore, the Bush family is almost to the GOP what the Kennedy clan is for the Democrats. It is an endorsement that matters. Jeb Bush said in his endorsement statement: “Primary elections have been held in thirty-four states, and now is the time for Republicans to unite behind Governor Romney and take our message of fiscal conservatism and job creation to all voters this fall.”

Barack Obama has failed in many areas: In Afghanistan by letting Karzai get away with a rigged election; on the financial front by not taking on the too-big-to-fail problem regarding the banks; by not ending the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac disaster; on the economic front by not having tackled the unemployment and under-employment problem with structural reforms; on the fiscal front by coming up with ObamaCare and a stimulus program that just increased the public debt of the United States; the budget deficit still remains out of control.

The list is long and far from complete. A united Republican party would have a chance against social-democratic ideas spread by the Messiah in the White House, but even united only if the economy in November will still be weak. So unite now!

More articles about the Republican presidential race:
Romney is the Puerto Rico takes-it-all winner, Mixed results for Romney in Alabama, American Samoa, Hawaii and Mississippi, Rick Santorum will never become president, Super Tuesday results, Romney wins Washington state, Romney wins Arizona and Michigan, Romney wins Maine, Santorum wins Colorado, GOP Minnesota caucuses, GOP Missouri Caucuses, Romney wins Nevada, Florida primary results, Obama's State of the Union Address, South Carolina primary, Perry endorses Gingrich, Huntsman endorses Romney, Why President Obama has failed, Romney wins in New Hampshire, Romney after Iowa.







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