Rick Santorum blew it in Michigan by tacking to the hard right in the final week before the primary. His strong second place finish was discounted by the media as he now has no chance of winning the nomination.
Jon Huntsman, the Holden Caulfield of the Republican party, has bowed out of the hunt for the GOP nomination, leaving the presidential race as a match-up between two of the biggest phonies in American politics: Mitt Romney & Barack Obama
Mitt Romney, scored a decisive win in the 2012 New Hampshire primary, taking nearly 40 percent of the vote. The win was historic in that Romney became the first candidate who was not the incumbent president to win both Iowa and New Hampshire.
Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu, a harsh critic of Newt Gingrich, and Speaker of the House Bill O'Brien, a Newt supporter, differ as to whether he failed to follow up on the Union Leader endorsement
Ron Paul's economic and social policies would turn back the clock to the days before FDR's New Deal, resulting in the destruction of the middle class as we know it. Many Americans would be reduced to peonage.
U.S. Representative Frank Guinta, who represents New Hampshire 1st District in Congress, told reporters after the ABC/Yahoo! News Presidential debate that he was not ready to endorse a Presidential candidate