Sunday, January 20, 2008

The Confusion, Er, Election Continues

Nevada: Romney won by a lot. Ron Paul came in second! It's not much more decisive than Romney winning Wyoming, however, because hardly anyone showed up to the caucuses. At least, that's my opinion. The Republican Party still appears confused.

As for the Democrats, Clinton is in the lead. I'm really not sure why the recent Clinton camp shenanigans haven't turned voters completely off toward Hillary. I mean, really, I don't consider Obama to be the nice guy either (considering his tactics in Illinois elections), but something is definitely going on with the Clinton campaign. Ever since that one time Obama did better than Hillary it's been scary. Doesn't this jog a few memories of the last Clinton White House? Why do we want that again?

South Carolina: This was a much more decisive victory for McCain. Still not sure if that makes him the front runner. It probably puts him equal with Romney. As for Ron Paul, he came in ahead of Giuliani, at least.

On the Democrats side we will not find out until Jan. 26th because they have a different primary date for each party.


Foolio_Displasius said...

Boo hiss. Thompson's out and Romney still can't get no respect for his performance so far. At least Ron Paul is still in it!!!

Tracy said...

My caucus is coming up Feb 9th. I'm going to bring cookies.

Esther said...

Tracy you should get sugar cookies and write Ron Paul on them with icing. Haha.

Tracy said...

Or fortune cookies where the fortune reads:

This fortune is more valuable than fiat'll be like an inside joke for Ron Paul supporters while the Huckabee supporter in the room will crunch on it and say, "I don't drive a Fiat...I drive an American car...hyuck hyuck"

Dang, I make myself laugh sometimes ;)

Esther said...

Wow, your joke was definitely better than mine. We Ron Paul supporters are definitely an interesting crowd. ;oP