With a landslide victory today in the Wyoming caucuses, Mitt Romney now has 20 delegates, more than any other GOP candidate. With a first or second place finish very likely in New Hampshire, Romney will continue to have the most delegates going into Michigan--where he is also running a strong campaign.
All that matters in a presidential race is the number of delegates a candidate can attract. A loss here and there is insignificant if a candidate continues to rack up significant numbers of delegates. Mitt Romney is methodically doing this. Anyone who tries to dismiss Mitt's candidacy at this early stage is either intentionally trying to hurt him or doesn't understand how the nomination process works.
To read CNN's report of Romney's landslide victory in Wyoming click here.