Wednesday, February 29, 2012

(“I think we can also unanimously conclude that Mitt Romney, for all of his good qualities, is a dork.”)

geek: both tech. and social savy
nerd: tech savy and no social skills
dork: lacking tech savy and social skills

Mitt does not appear to be a dork.
Perhaps somewhere between a geek and nerd.

"..The former Massachusetts governor won all 29 delegates in Arizona, a rare winner-take-all state. Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum each won at least 11 delegates in Michigan, with eight delegates left to be awarded.

Texas Rep. Ron Paul and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich were shut out.

Michigan awards 28 of its 30 delegates based on results in individual congressional districts. Candidates get two delegates for each congressional district they win. The final two delegates are awarded proportionally, based on statewide results.

Results in four of the congressional districts were too close to call on election night...."

Yes, the Michigan results were very close, but Mitt won the state, and likely the majority of delegates.
But drilling down in the exit polls, 6 of 10 voters in Mich. were Republicans; and Mitt won these voters by 10 points...47-37%.

one in ten of the voters were Dems., engaging in mischief; and encouraged by the liberal web site daily kos and Michael Moore.
Santorum apparently beat Mitt among the Dems. by 53-17%...and these mischief makers added about 3.5 points