One by one, the major Republicans are falling in line behind their party's presumed presidential candidate. Earlier today, House Speaker John Boehner endorsed Mitt, and this afternoon Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell followed suit. "I support Governor Romney for President of the United States and he is going to be nominee," McConnell said. "I think it's going to be a very, very competitive election. We're all behind him and looking forward to the fall campaign, which is already underway." Just last month, McConnell said he wouldn't endorse Romney but that "it's pretty obvious this nomination is essentially over." Romney also received the support of Pennsylvania Governor Tom "Just Close Your Eyes" Corbett Tuesday.