Poor organization, unfair rule, will cost Santorum in Ohio

It can be aruged that the arcane, stupid, and even unfair rules governing the awarding of delegates in many states should be scrapped in favor of a more equitable system. Ohio is a case in point. Because Rick Santorum failed to get the required number of signatures in several congressional districts, even if he wins Ohio he may lose the delegate battle with Mitt Romney. ABC News: In three of the state's 16 congressional districts, including two that are near Ohio's border with Pennsylvania, Santorum will lose any delegates he might have won because his campaign failed to meet the state's eligibility requirements months ago. Those three districts alone take 9 delegates out of a total of 66 off the table for Santorum. But it gets worse: Nine more Ohio delegates may also be in jeopardy. Sources say that in six other congressional districts - the third, fourth, eighth, tenth, twelfth and sixteenth - Santorum submitted fewer names than required to be eligible for all three delegates...(Read Full Post)