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John Thune To Support Mitt Romney

In the continual march of “inevitability”, Mitt Romney picks up another big name endorsement.  Sometime today, Senator John Thune (R-SD) is expected to announce his support of presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.  The following excerpt is from DesMoinesRegister.com.

“Mitt Romney has shown throughout his life in the private sector, as leader of the Olympics, as governor, and in this campaign that he will not back down from difficult challenges. His plans to revitalize the private sector and restore our country’s fiscal health are drawn from his 25 year career as a conservative businessman.”  -Sen John Thune

Is Mitt the “inevitable” candidate?  Or do these endorsements, ultimately, amount to nothing?  Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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