This has to be one of the more pitiful attempts to spin low enthusiasm for the current crop of Republican presidential primary contenders that I've seen yet from one of the most obnoxious campaign surrogates around, former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu.
From Think Progress -- Romney Campaign Spins Low Turn Out: Voters Staying At Home Secretly Support Romney:
With just 33,000 voters showing up to the Nevada caucuses on Saturday, Republicans may be quietly concerned about a lack of enthusiasm for their candidates — and especially front-runner Mitt Romney — after another primary state produces lower-than-expected turnout.
But not former New Hampshire governor John Sununu. The Romney campaign surrogate appeared on MSNBC this morning and offered a novel interpretation of the low figures:
SUNUNU: In an odd sense when turnout is down, contrary to what you are hearing, people are satisfied with the winning and the candidate that’s winning. They are satisfied with Mitt Romney.
In fact, a new poll out today shows that the more voters are learning about Romney, the less they like him. Read on...