no vote fraud! Or at least it is insignificant (just ask Christine Gregoire in Washington State).
Look, I have my head in the sand, and nothing can make me pull it out!
though I found it much too long for that venue. I should have been split into two article, a Part I and a Part II.
But the bottom line is that the modern liberal democrat “blue” model is crumbling, and we need to figure out what comes next. We don’t want a “Plant of the Apes Statue-of-Liberty-in-the-sand” moment.
for Palin, but she is certainly not wearing well. If she had a rational argument, I could respect her, even if I didn’t agree. But now she is just looking like a loon.
day of the Florida Primary. I really hope Romney kicks some serious booty. Gingrich (?!) is a moral midget, plain and simple. I don’t trust him any further than I can throw him. I think that the only real hope we have of beating Obama in the general election is to get Newt the heck out of there.
Gingrich was up like 10 percentage points over Romney (in Florida) right after SC. Latest data suggests that he is down 16 points. So all in all there as been a 26-point swing in the last 2 weeks.
Now here’s my question: Who are all these people (26% or so) who changed their minds over the last two weeks? They clearly weren’t all that committed to one candidate or the other. What would it take for ME to change my mind? It seems like there would have to be some major event, like the guy being found in bed with a live llama or a dead boy.
So I guess I don’t really understand the volatility. There is such a HUGE difference between Romney and Gingrich that it’s hard for me to understand how one could be for one on Tuesday and the other on Wednesday. I think there are some scenarios where I can imagine that, but it is for the most part stable for me.