Mitt Romney refuses to believe that the GOP primary contest will end without a presidential nominee. "We're not going to go to a brokered convention," he said on Fox News Thursday. "The states that remain will vote for that person, and that person will get the delegates, become the nominee." Apparently one of Romney's aides suggested recently that it would take "an act of God" for Santorum to become the nominee. What of that, Mitt? "Anybody has a shot at becoming the nominee," he said, dodging the comment. "A good, spirited contest prepares us for what's going to happen with President Obama. I'm perfectly pleased with the process we've had."
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