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While it is not yet official, Mitt Romney has all but locked up the Republican nomination for the President of the United States for the 2012 Election in November.
Rick Santorum dropped out of the race last week, eliminating what many believe was his biggest competition in the race.
And while Newt Gingrich said that he chooses to remain, it doesn’t look like he will generate anywhere close to the type of momentum needed.
So now, the question becomes more about the Presidential race and less about who the Republican nominee will be barring anything surprising happening.
But oddsmakers are jumping on some betting lines involving Romney, in more of a fun way than serious.
Saturday Night Live has been a show known to mock and have a good time with politics, especially during an election year.
That has been no exception this year, but oddsmakers are wondering whether or not some of the real people will make an appearance.
Entertainment Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook is asking whether or not Romney will make an appearance on Saturday Night live in 2012.
And the betting lines reflect that that might not be that crazy of a lot. In fact, both sides of the betting line are set at an equal -120 on both Yes and No.
If that happens, you can bet that it will be a must-see event on television, as it is always fun when politicians can make fun of themselves. And in fact, it’s probably a smart move if the Romney camp does it. After all, if you have heard him speak, you can see why the Republican party is nervous that they will lose this November election.