Per the request of Bunz (who, for some obscure reason, can't post threads), here is a thread to debate the results of the Iowa caucus. Indicitive of the national election? More or less pointless? You decide. Let's hear it.
A few things from my perspective. As Top Gun has said, It will be very hard to stop Obama. I was a Biden supporter before and will probably support Obama in the Alaska primary on super Tuesday. I also watched the NH debates tonight and was continually impressed and for Hillary to go after him as much as she did, it shows she is afraid of him.
Hillary for sure was the big loser in Iowa and I think she will lose in NH as well at this point. The thing with Hillary I have come to learn I share this view with many Americans, it is either that they love her or despise her. I am one who would go with a write in candidate before I would support Hillary.
As for the GOP side in Iowa...I hope they are proud of themselves...they elected Bill Clinton's little Christian cousin! I find that the most ironic piece of the story as it went down. Romney obviously should be disappointed, but he is another one that comes across as so phony to me and I am glad the folks in Iowa showed him up on that account.
Today, my prediction as to who will be the nominees, I am saying Obama and McCain. Which will be a good race in my opinion. I could certainly be wrong, but those two winning thier party nominations seems more than plausible at this point.
Normally I would agree with this, but I think 08 is different, considering the circumstances of looking forward to the Bush hangover in just over a year.I think we're the only ones who pay attention to caucuses and primaries. It means little to the average American.
I think we're the only ones who pay attention to caucuses and primaries. It means little to the average American.