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Old 01-01-2008, 06:03 PM   #1
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Iowa Predictions

Dem - Obama (thank you Deenis K. for telling your supporters to back Obama)

Rep - Huckabee
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Old 01-01-2008, 06:39 PM   #2
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I'm actually kind of excited about this year's presidential campaign! I've been pretty curious about how Iowa is going to turn out.

I hope you're right about Obama.
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I think Romney and Obama will win Iowa
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I think Obama takes it. I'd like to see Edwards end up in the #2 slot in front of Hillary.

Huckabee for the other side. Mitt will get so mad a strand of hair will go out of place.
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It'll be Huckabee and Obama in Iowa
Obama and McCain in New Hampshire
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Dems:
Obama pulls it off
Edwards stuns Clinton and is #2
all are within 5% of each other

Reps:
Huckabee narrowly beats Romney
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Old 01-02-2008, 01:29 AM   #7
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a strand of hair will go out of place.
That will NEVER happen to Mitt!
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Old 01-02-2008, 01:39 AM   #8
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Obama! Obama! Obama!
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Ron Paul
Obama
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Kucinich told his supporters to back Obama? I'm still hoping that Edwards can pull it off. I'm nervous!
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Just to clarify here, Kucinich asked his supporters to make Obama their 2nd choice.

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2...cus-for-obama/

Naturally, all the headlines are misleading. I can't say I'm surprised.
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The latest poll from Zogby 12/29 - 01/01 has the following results for the Democrats:

Clinton 28%
Obama 28%
Edwards 26%
Richardson 7%
Biden 4%


In New Hampshire, the latest poll there has Clinton ahead of Obama by a staggering 17 points. If that poll is accurate, Iowa may not matter. Clinton still has the lead in every state based on the latest polls except for Iowa where she is tied. Obama might win Iowa, but with the state primaries so close together, Obama may not have the time to exploit a victory in Iowa.
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Despite my prediction of Romney and Obama winning Iowa (which I stand by), here's hoping for Huckabee and Clinton victories.
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Originally posted by Harry Vest
It'll be Huckabee and Obama in Iowa
Obama and McCain in New Hampshire
This is how I feel, too.

Obama in 2008!
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That will NEVER happen to Mitt!
Yeah, the dipstick uses too much AquaNet.
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