Tonight’s Arizona GOP Presidential Primary proves that one week can’t beat seven years.
Mitt Romney has been building support, raising money and working Arizona since 2005. Rick Santorum was in the U.S. Senate back then and only recently emerged as a presidential contender.
Despite Romney’s blowout victory in the Grand Canyon State, Santorum remains the class of the field of candidates.
And we call on Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul — both bottom feeders in tonight’s races in Arizona and Michigan — to step aside and allow the two final contenders to duke it out. If that happens, there is no reason Santorum can’t win the GOP nomination on his way to victory over the Socialist in chief in November.