With Mitt Romney still hanging in there as the likely Republican candidate to challenge President Obama in the fall, the former Governor of Massachusetts is obviously failing to set the GOP on fire. But after his uninspiring victories on Super Tuesday, Romney’s inability to motivate the Republican rank-and-file is threatening to catch up with him as his challengers stubbornly refuse to drop out of the race as he calls for them to unite behind his cause.
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