After Mitt Romney's laboriously delivered twin wins in Michigan and Arizona, the GOP must be worried. These primaries are turning into real nail biters compared to the last election. But do voters still care? After the hundredth poll and the eleventy millionth debate, the suspense can become mighty unsuspenseful. (Spoiler alert: Romney wins.)
Priebus, congratulating Romney for having a "good night" Tuesday, warned that Republicans shouldn’t be getting so antsy about the primary process.
"I just think that sometimes we lose perspective on how long June, July, August, September, October [will feel]… It’s going to be an eternity," he said. "I’m not nervous about this at all."
Priebus added, "We put people to sleep in '08 with our nomination process, and I think it’s laughable when I hear people claiming that we ought to put people to sleep again this time around and just move on. I don’t think that’s the case."
Personally, I think Preibus is right. It's going to be eight more months until Mitt Romney is nominated, so Republicans better get in, buckle up and get ready for a wild eternity!
And if the thought of watching a billionty googolplex more debates puts you to sleep, don't blame the RNC. They apparently don't believe in euthanasia.
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Tags: Mitt Romney, Primaries, Reince Priebus, Rick Santorum