In the best Michael Buffer fashion, "Let's get ready to rumble!!!"
Republicans came out sparring, jabbing and swinging in the Las Vegas, Nevada debate on Tuesday night!
In moves that will only hurt the Republican Party in the 2012 election, unfortunately there was some hitting below the belt as well.
While it is fine to question a man or a woman's positions on the issues, the line should be drawn for the Republican contenders at questioning integrity.
At the end of the day one of these people will be the Republican nominee and the others need to be ready, willing and able to get behind the winner 100%. In a credible way.
This to achieve the ultimate goal of winning back the White House and saving the country from a second Obama term.
So in the true Las Vegas tradition, what are the odds for each of the contestants to win the Republican nomination for the 2012 presidential election?
And what are the odds that the winner will beat Barack Obama?
These odds will change over time as odds will with the ebbs and flows of each campaign, but at this moment in time, here they are.
Who will be the Republican candidate in the 2012 presidential election?
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