Thursday, January 03, 2008

"I feel pretty.....oh, so pretty!"

"Mike Huckabee! You just won the Republican Iowa Caucuses...what are you going to do now?"

"I'm going to Pakistan!"

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Blogger J_G said...

Well, consider Huckabee got his 15 minutes of fame. Now it's off to New Hamshire and it's going to be between Romney and McCain and Rudy until super tuesday. Forgive me for not doing a play by play on my blog Word but until the nominee is decided there's no use for me to get myself all worked up. I still think it's going to be between Mitt and Rudy in the end.

Thursday, January 03, 2008 11:31:00 PM  
Blogger Gayle said...

I love Jennifer, but since I'm for Fred, I hope she's wrong, at least about Romny. I don't trust him, but would vote for him if it comes to that. I would prefer Rudy if Fred doesn't get it. Why are so many counting Fred out? He came in third in Iowa and did much better than anyone seems to have expected, especially the MSM who doesn't like him, probably because he doesn't like them, which makes him one smart guy as far as I can see. I'll stick with Fred as long as he can stick with us, and I would love to see either a Fred/Rudy or a Rudy/Fred ticket. :)

Friday, January 04, 2008 5:53:00 AM  
Blogger J_G said...

Gayle, believe me, I like Fred and what he stands for but he's running a horrible campaign. I guess it's hard to determine how he is doing because none of the candidates are going to waste any time coming to Pennsylvania. I just know that Fred seems under enthused about running for President. That's just my perception.

I think Rudy is a good leader and he did clean up New York long before 9/11 but after all the years I ranted against Clinton for using the resources of his office to have adulterous affairs I put myself in a bad situation supportiung Rudy without sounding hypocritical.

Romney just seems to have the fire and desire to be president. I understand what you are saying about not trusting him since he was the governor of Taxachusetts. He did accomplish quite a feat though by being elected governor in probably the most liberal state in the nation as a Republican. He was more or less spitting in the eye of Kennedy as I see it.

I been through quite a few primaries and I understand what Reagan meant about attacking other Republicans. I'm not going to attack Huckabee because the people that voted for him believe in many of the same things I do. The only Republican that I won't get behind after all is said and done in the primaries is Ron Paul.

Friday, January 04, 2008 9:35:00 PM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

I'm careful about how I criticize these candidates, as I know that I may find myself in the position of voting for a Huckabee in the general.

I just don't think Huckabee has what it takes to win, and don't want him representing me; nor do I feel particularly confident in his leadership ability when it comes to foreign policy.

Friday, January 04, 2008 10:49:00 PM  
Blogger Gayle said...

Thanks, Jennifer. As for his campaign, now that he's made the top 3 in Iowa, perhaps he'll do better. Hopefully...

Amen, Wordsmith! :)

Saturday, January 05, 2008 10:48:00 AM  
Blogger SkyePuppy said...

I'm leaning toward Romney right now. I talked to my brother and sister-in-law in Massachusetts about how it was living under Romney's governorship (they're both pretty conservative), and they said they really had no complaints. He did what he could there, considering the far-left legislature and the Big Dig that he inherited.

Saturday, January 05, 2008 2:37:00 PM  

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