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The consensus seems to be that the Republican race really is wide open. Powerline:

So who is the Republican front-runner now? There is none.

Mark Levin:

The primary process is wide open and remains wide open. Romney is the frontrunner for now. But that can change.

Hewitt is relatively restrained:

Mitt Romney has now re-established himself as the candidate to beat over the very long campaign.

I'm with Larison:

I need a drink.

If Romney retools his campaign and presents himself as a moderate businessman able to bring better management to Washington, he finally has a message that could work. Of course, it's just the latest poll-tested cynical ploy. But it's working for Clinton! And she and Romney have one thing in common: two focus-grouped cynical dynastic holograms.

I need a drink.

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