Newt Gingrich's South Carolina Republican primary win last weekend, turned Florida's primary into the OK Corral.
Who will be be last man standing?
Who knows? But as Florida is a closed primary state, with a delegate count greater than Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina combined, the winner will most likely emerge as the Republican nominee once the smoke clears.
The trouble is, no one seems very enthusiastic about the remaining four candidates. Plus, we Floridians have already begun hunkering to a week of attack ads, super pacs, fabrications and bloviating leading up to Saturday's showdown...
...at low noon.
1. The title of the cartoon Low Noon is a play on the title of the classic western High Noon, which film tells in the story of a town marshal forced to face a gang of killers by himself. However, the cartoon itself references a real life event from 1881: the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, which has been depicted in many western movies including Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and My Darling Clementine.
2. FLA is an abbreviation for Florida, where the next Republican primary will take place on 31st January.
3. GOP is an abbrevition for Grand Old Party, a nickname for the Republican Party.
• Mitt Romney surges to double-digit lead in Florida (Economic Times)
• Newt Gingrich tries to cut into Mitt Romney's Florida lead (Detroit Free Press)
• Mitt Romney Attacks Newt Gingrich Himself After Campaign Ad Comes Under Fire (Huffington Post)