With a decisive victory in Illinois, Mitt Romney is firmly in the driver's seat of the Republican presidential nomination contest.
In a victory speech in Schaumburg, Ill., the former Massachusetts governor thanked his Republican opponents, but very quickly pivoted to the general election against President Obama.
"It's time to say this word," said Romney. "Enough. We've had enough... We need a president who believes in us."
This Romney speech even sounded different. With Romney restating the big ideals of his campaign, it sounded like an acceptance speech.