Icheoku says never has the nomination primaries been this interesting as three different candidates have won three different states respectively, thus denying anyone candidate the leading candidate front-runner status. One clear thing to emerge from this topsy-turvy Republican Party's presidential primaries is the obvious rejection of perpetual candidate wanna-be, Mitt Romney of Massachusetts, who has severally made a bid for the presidency but have always been stopped at the primaries; thus making him the president no one wants.
Icheoku calls on Mitt Romney to upon failing this year's nomination to quietly coil back into his shell and know that America does not trust him nor his membership of the Mormon cult. This way he can at least save face and apply his energy and whatever resource he has left elsewhere, where they may be needed especially at the Mormon cult or somewhere else in Massachusetts, his home state. So far Rick Santorium have won in Iowa, Mitt Romney in New Hampshire and now Mitt Romney in South Carolina; thus granting the upcoming Florida the noble role of deciding who gets a second state amongst this three collective front-runners. However if Floridians want to throw spanner in the works of the nominating process, they could go ahead to vote for a fourth candidate, may be Ron Paul; and it will become deja vu and a political ala carte for the Republicans.
All things considered, the loser here is Mitt Romney, the man who thought this year's nomination was his to keep, as he once again watch it slip through his very oily and wet spasmodic political fingers. Also the Republicans will be pining away in pain as the stark reality of President Barack Obama second term appears more likely now than ever before and who says the gods are asleep or would allow America return to the sad days of "good ole boys" only politics or governance in Washington. Further Newt Gingrich win was a big blow to ABC Network as their aired rejected wife's diatribe had no effect whatsoever; as Americans are now lethargic and tired of the "angry wives' syndrome" of bring down bolting ex-husband at whatever cost including lies and made up stories or whatever it takes. Or who cares whether a marriage is open or closed; afterall most parties in a marriage of any sort cheat on their spouses anyway. She was even lucky Newt broached the idea of polygamy to her; may be she needs a marriage counsellor from the Middle East or any Muslim country where men can marry as many as four wives or even here at home, if only she had talked to Mitt Romney to get his advise how his Mormon cult navigate the waters of polygamy.
Icheoku says congratulations to Newt Gingrich for clinching the South Carolina primaries against all odds, including the rantings of a jilted ex-wife out to take a pound of flesh on the eve of the election, after ten odd years or thereabout since the marriage crashed and Newt long moved on. Now lets see how Florida sizzles, Go Newt; Go Romney and Go Santorium!