Now three political handicappers (here, here, and here) are placing Romney up with McCain and Allen as the only GOPers with a shot at the nomination. Those rankings combined with how well Mitt did in the Memphis, TN straw poll seem to indicate that Mitt is definitely on the map. However, the wildcard of Guliani looks to be more in the mix than ever before. Personally, I think that if Guliani runs that would be a big hit to Romney's chances because he would divide up the moderate GOP vote as well as the northeastern vote. Ideally, Guliani makes a push and garners some early support . . . then throws his backing behind Romney (admittedly this is pure fanciful speculation)
P.S. Wouldn't it be wild to have a "First Family" like that pictured above?