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Discussion in 'Politics' started by tinytim, Jan 3, 2008.
Cnn, and Fox have projected Huckabee as winner in Iowa.
Obama on the other side...
Yee Haw. Welcome to the New World Order. Richard (CFR) Haas style. I say Richard Haas because he will be the one actually running things. Him and his CFR buddies. The Huckster will just get the presidential paycheck.
How many CFR members are running against each other this time around. Any Idea?
Just keep it all in perspective.
Pat Robertson won Iowa once upon a time too. There is a long way to go.
==It is way too early for either Obama or Huckabee to start celebrating. These victories could be very short lived for both of them. This is just the start, there is a long way to go.
I know, I know... I just wanted to be the first to post it!!!
i expect a different outcome in New Hampshire next week.
Close. Actually, Robertson finished second to Bob Dole in 1988 and George H.W. Bush finished third in Iowa.
Thats right, my mistake.
Huckabee's win in Iowa is amazing, considering he started as a 2nd tier candidate, also the negative attacks from his rivals and anti-Huckabee pundits, not much money spent and not enough paid organization.
Huckabee beat Romney, which knocks him down a few pegs. New Hampshire will probably be a different story.
I had predicted that Ron Paul would finish 6th with 7%. He actually finished 5th with 10%.
Congratulations to Congressman Paul for exceeding my expectations. :thumbs:
Good for you!! But if you read through the Ron Paul forum, his supporters are frustrated that Paul just received 10% of the votes. They are expecting more because of the money they raised and so much noise they made.
I've always tended to me more realistic than a lot of other Ron Paul supporters.
I was spot on in predictions I had made ( personally ) with only two of the candidates . RP indeed had 10% , and JM had 13% . I was considerably off on the rest of the field .
Robertson did, however, win Alaska, Hawaii and Washington. For what it's worth.