Romney says he's got time, resources to be nominee


WASHINGTON (AP) -- Mitt Romney says he's got the time and the resources and the plan to take him all the way to Republican presidential nomination.

The front-runner in the Republican presidential race didn't score a knockout punch on Super Tuesday. But he says he's got strong enough support to propel him all the way to the presidential ballot against President Barack Obama come November.

In an appearance Wednesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box," Romney said he's feeling "pretty darn good" about his showing on Super Tuesday, when he won a narrow victory in crucial Ohio, and picked up five other states as well. Rick Santorum won three states and Newt Gingrich picked up one.

Romney predicts that once the Republicans settle on a nominee, a united party will defeat Obama.