It wasn't a long battle, and there wasn't much surprise, but the guy who likes fire people, former Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney, won his second major political contest in a row, by the margin that was expected by most pollsters.
Again, Mitt Romney couldn't be a gracious winner, as he took his victory lap with a side of insults, hurled at both President Obama, and snidely at some of his contenders:
Rep. Ron Paul's second place finsih also wan't a huge surprise, though his call for all the other contenders in the race to drop out now, was a surprise:
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, who practically became a New Hampshire resident, made a very respectable third place finish:
Another non-surprise was Newt Gingrich's post New Hampshire primary speech, after his fourth place finish:
Rick Santorum was one of the few surprises, riding his near-win in Iowa to an effective tie with Newt Gingrich, after spending just a short time in the Granite State:
Finally, Texas Governor Rick Perry - who was already in South Carolina - decided to take his meager finish to the Sean Hannity show, where he proceeded to attack both President Obama, and Mitt Romney:
Maybe someone should explain to the Texas governor how small 0.7% really is.