Michigan holds its Presidential Primary vote on February 28 and Ohio has its on March 6. These are two critical states for Romney. May I suggest that those of us who are Democrats consider voting in the Republican primary....and hold our collective noses and control our gag reflexes as we color in the bubble for Rick Santorum. (And please don't bother with Newt, he's not polling well in either state.) We Dems really need to take advantage of having an uncontested primary and help our Republican brothers and sisters nominate a real loser (in all senses of the word), Rick (Google him) Santorum. And if you're thinking this isn't ethical, just recall what Gov. Romney said about having voted for MA Democrat Paul Tsongas in the 1992 Democratic Presidential Primary when he was a registered Independent. He explained his vote as helping to creat "a little mischief" for the Dems in their primary--a big old lie, but I'll accept it. And to quote Mitt again, "What's good for the goose is also good for the gander." Santorum wins in Michigan and Ohio would put the Romney campaign into a real tailspin--and wouldn't that be interesting?