Just when things can’t get any worse for Republicans, it does

I won’t belabor the take-aways from yesterday’s Super Tuesday results, except to echo the basics, all of which have been prognosticated about incessantly just about everywhere:

— yesterday was supposed to be about Ohio, and it was.

— Romney won Ohio

— Romney won butt-ugly, and will continue to do so in coming weeks, until either Gingrich (presumably) or Santorum (doubtfully) exits the race

— the upcoming primary schedule isn’t particularly kind to Romney, so this rough-and-tumble primary process is likely to continue, and likely to continue to badly hurt Republicans’ odds of faring very well this November

— in case you have any remaining doubt as to how bad this situation has become for Republicans, guess who’s talking about perhaps becoming the solution to this problem? Come on, just guess.



3 Responses to Just when things can’t get any worse for Republicans, it does

  1. Anonymous March 7, 2012 at 3:01 pm #

    Ohhh, please, please, please jump in, Sarah. PLEASE!

    What a wonderful party they have. I have seen more organization in a wild monkey shit fight.

  2. Shanerrific March 7, 2012 at 3:08 pm #

    Every comedian in the country is beyond elated.

  3. Katy Anders March 8, 2012 at 5:27 am #

    Did President Obama write the script to the GOP primary season?

    It’s the only way this makes any sense.

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