Mitt Romney swept Tuesday night’s Republican Primaries

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The proverbial fat lady is about to sing. Mitt Romney swept Tuesday night’s Republican Primaries – winning in Wisconsin, Maryland, and Washington, DC. He’s now added to his already sizeable lead in delegates – meaning it’s just a matter of time now before his main rival Rick Santorum has to leave the race.

That could be three weeks from today – as Santorum is putting all his remaining chips in his home state of Pennsylvania, which holds a primary on April 24th. However, even a Santorum win there would do little to stop Mitt Romney at this point. Now it’s time for the millionaires and billionaires in the Republican Party to start pooling their money and investing in Wall Street’s favorite candidate – Willard Mitt Romney.

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