The people of New Hampshire cast their votes Tuesday and made Mitt Romney the winner of the nation's first primary. Ron Paul came in second, and Jon Huntsman followed in third place. Now the Republican front-runner is hitting South Carolina. During his victory speech, Romney referred to the Deep South state and shared some words about President Barack Obama.
"The President has run out of ideas. Now he's running out of excuses, and tonight we're asking the good people of South Carolina to join the citizens of New Hampshire and make 2012 the year he runs out of time," said Romney.
While his supporters are singing his praises, Romney's opponents are putting the politician under fire for a remark her made about liking the ability to fire people who work for him. The web is reacting to the recent comment and to his two victories in New Hampshire and Iowa.