I have always touted the importance of science and math in modern life. Its just as elegant and sometimes more descriptive to use science and/or math to explain modern phenomenon. For example, if you asked me: hey bunkbud - where do you live? I could say Brooklyn, or I could say 74degrees north and 43 degrees west. The coordinates give you a better pic of the situation.
Such is the case with the Republican race. There's a lot of hogwash and poppycock about the R-man being a stiffy, and he's not connecting with the base, and there's a lot of spin. Most of it is accurate. But once again math and science tell a more clear picture. Romney is going to wrap up this nomination, the math just doesn't work for the San-man and Gingy. Sorry, but its true. Moreover, The big stiffy, W (Mitt R-man) has calculated the delegate math like Jason Finkel exploiting a scoring loophole in a yahoo fantasy baseball iphone app. And that's no joke. Finkel won the league, without really connecting to the base or winning all his games just like the R-man. In fact, Finkel won the league on a couple of well placed spot starts from the likes of Moscoso, Gorzellany, Maholm and Furbush. The parallels between Finkel and Romney are down-right eerie. They look exactly alike for one, and the results will be the same - they both win to a resounding "meh" from the congregation.