Mitt Romney vowed today to stay in the presidential race despite national polls that predict his fall by the wayside. Even a loss on Super Tuesday won't stop him, he said today on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos. He also accused John McCain's camp of having "stretched, twisted, or completely walked away from the truth" while fighting a dirty campaign.
The former Massachusetts governor has already invested $35 million on his campaign and plans to spend more. “Of course I am going to contribute to the very campaign I’m asking other people to contribute to," he said. He hopes to rally last-minute support among conservatives who can't stomach McCain. Romney called the 2008 primary race "a battle for the heart and soul of the Republican party."