Mitt Romney won six states and a big percentage of the delegates on Super Tuesday, but a very narrow win in Ohio revived doubts about his ability to win broad support throughout the GOP.
"Rick Santorum can crow a bit, not only because of his Ohio showing, but because he won Tennessee and Oklahoma comfortably and in a surprise he won North Dakota's caucuses," John Gizzi of Human Events told WND.
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He explains the good news and bad news for Romney after Tuesday's results, which candidate has the upper hand in the next few contests and whether the calls for Newt Gingrich to drop out are going to work or fall on deaf ears.
He also discusses what role Ron Paul can still play in this campaign. Gizzi also takes us inside the primary defeats for Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich and Republican Rep. Jean Schmidt. Finally, he offers analysis on this week's meetings between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu and whether the two men are any closer on policy than they have been in the past.