Although a lot of Mr. Romney's political base isn't one hundred percent in love with him, the majority of them sees him as the candidate with the best chance to defeat President Obama in the General Election. Can Mr. Romney beat President Obama? At this time it's too early to tell.
Mr. Romney and his political team obviously went back to the drawing board. They hammered Mr. Gingrich in the Florida with hard hitting negative advertisement like their lives depended on it. Mr. Gingrich was very badly wounded and politically damaged by Mr. Romney and his team. Mr. Gingrich is so badly damaged, I don't think he will be able to recover from his political wounds within seven months, the remaining time left in the Republican Presidential Primary. Mr. Gingrich was battered and his ego was very badly bruised!
While he was campaigning in Florida Mr. Romney showed us that he knows how to fight. And Mr. Gingrich showed us that he can dish it out, but he can't take a political punch. Mr. Gingrich went from a triumphant character in South Carolina, to a cry baby in Florida. As a matter of fact. Mr. Gingrich was so bitter after he lost in Florida, he didn't bother to call Mr. Romney and give him the courtesy congratulation that most politicians give to the winning opponent after they loss. It now seems as if Mr. Gingrich is going to do any and everything possible, to make Mr. Romney's political life as miserable as possible for the next seven months. It should be a lot of fun to watch.