What a night! I never guessed it would be this close with Santorum, but I'll give props to Santorum for doing as well as he did.
What's really interesting is that the one who spend the most in Iowa (Romney) almost lost to the one who spent the least (Santorum). It'll be interesting to see what happens in New Hampshire...since Newt says he's going on the attack against Romney.
Looks like Michelle is out, but Rick isn't cashing in yet.
I don't think that McCain's endoresement of Romney will tread much water overall, since McCain is not exactly the darling of the mass conservatives, but who knows.
Some of Santorum's views come way too close to saying a theocracy form of govt. would be best for this country.
He's pandering to the Tea Party as is Rick Perry, who said...in tonight's debate brought up the notion that the current administration is waging a war on Christianity.
Which is ridiculous, but gets the attention of those who believe it. Anyone can pray to whom ever, anytime they want to privately, therefore... in a free society perhaps it's not the best idea to make any religion ANY priority one otherwise the whole idea of religious freedom is moot.