Romney campaign benefits from Super Tuesday showing
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Hear hear! But that's not likely to happen, because neither Santorum nor Gingrich nor Paul has any plans to move aside. The drive continues Saturday with Republican caucuses in Kansas, followed next week by primaries in Alabama and Mississippi.
Romney, for his part, isn't concerned that the process might hurt his chances in November. “A day is like a lifetime in politics,” he said Tuesday night in Boston. “We have plenty of time to talk about the real issues.”
Spoken like a front-runner, which Romney remains after a good Super Tuesday showing.
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