Santorum is out; Gingrich is gone; and Ron Paul can’t shake the image that the general public holds of him – which is the creepy old uncle that doesn’t quite know what’s happening in the world around him. This means that Mitt Romney is a lock to be the Republican nominee for president. And while the GOP might be happy that their long primary season is finally coming to an end, the American public is less than enthusiastic about Mitt Romney. Mike Papantonio talks about what’s in store now that Romney is the GOP’s guy with syndicated columnist Karl Frisch.