J-Pod is on to something. The fact is that if it remains so close, lest we forget Crist and Martinez backed McCain. The Cuban-American members of Congress from South Florida backed Mccain. Stormin Norman, also a resident of Florida, backed McCain. Romney stood against most of this, money or not, and will have more than held his own, if not squeezed out a victory. If McCain wins, it’s important because he gets the delegates and the media coverage for a win. But it also shows the continuing divide and underlying weakness going forward. As for talk radio, if it remains this close, not a bad showing for my team either, LOL.
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