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Old 01-03-2008, 09:11 PM   #76
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With 50 percent in, Obama has 34 percent. Edwards 32, Clinton 31.
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"What does it say about Romney that the more money he spends and the better they get to know him the less they like him?" — Anderson Cooper
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With 50 percent in, Obama has 34 percent. Edwards 32, Clinton 31.
If those three finish all within that close to each other, I don't think it will matter who wins Iowa. As this continues on, it will depend on which candidate can get the most separation from the others. It's obviously not going to happen tonight.
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I can agree with you there, however, as I see it at least, if Obama gets it, I kind of have sensed him as a favorite in the media. He was all over Time magazine. If he wins, I think his celebrity will be magnified. However, if it's still close, or if one of the other two wins, it'll still be a fight in the media.

It's now Obama 35 percent. Edwards and Clinton, 31 percent.
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I'm glad Huckabee is going to win this. This definitely hurts Romney, and maybe will propel McCain into victory on Tuesday, and gradually Romney will be phased out. Since Huckabee doesn't have much anywhere else, I think he's basically done regardless of if he wins or loses tonight. I think it will come down to McCain or Giuliani, and whether or not Rudy's strategy works. If it does, Rudy. If it doesn't, McCain.

If all goes according to plan, McCain emerges.
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"What does it say about Romney that the more money he spends and the better they get to know him the less they like him?" — Anderson Cooper
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They just said on CNN the turnout of evangelicals in Iowa is twice what it was last time — and they're voting for Huckabee. Romney didn't get the Christian vote like he claimed he would.


i love seeing religious bigotry come back to bite the GOP in the ass.
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If all goes according to plan, McCain emerges.


he's your only shot to win, so if i wanted another GOP term, i'd be happy with this too.

looks like a dogfight for the Dems. i wonder if the Clintons have anything else up their sleeves in regards to Obama.
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just got back from my caucus, that was an interesting experience.
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Obama projected to win, according to CNN.
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CNN projects Barack Obama wins Iowa!
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he's your only shot to win, so if i wanted another GOP term, i'd be happy with this too.

looks like a dogfight for the Dems. i wonder if the Clintons have anything else up their sleeves in regards to Obama.
McCain doesn't want to go up against Obama.

Obama is after the independents the same way. Except he's younger, better looking, has LOADS more money and is able to get young people and first time voters out to the polls in absolutely astonishing numbers.

McCain is hoping for Hillary, you better believe it.
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I'm glad Huckabee is going to win this. This definitely hurts Romney, and maybe will propel McCain into victory on Tuesday, and gradually Romney will be phased out. Since Huckabee doesn't have much anywhere else, I think he's basically done regardless of if he wins or loses tonight. I think it will come down to McCain or Giuliani, and whether or not Rudy's strategy works. If it does, Rudy. If it doesn't, McCain.

If all goes according to plan, McCain emerges.
Mark this down, kids. I'm (mostly) agreeing with 2861. Though I think Rudy is done for.

I really hope McCain gets the Republican nomination. It would be a more honest race that way. He's by far the most qualified out of any of the Republicans, and pretty much the only one I respect out of the bunch (save his shameless kiss-assery of the far right).
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It's not looking good for Hillary. Fighting for second place with Edwards.






Obama/Edwards 2008?
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Clinton slips to 30 percent. Obama goes to 36 percent.
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