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Friday, January 4, 2008
By Steven L. Taylor

The GOP:

Mike Huckabee: As expected, Huckabee won, which preserves his first tier status for the moment. Despite the win, I still don’t see him winning the nomination.

Mitt Romney: Barring a big win in the NH, this is the beginning of the end for Mr. Mitt.

John McCain: It is unclear if he is in 3rd or 4th but the showing appears to be a respectable showing for a guy who didn’t campaign in the state.

Fred Thompson: Have I mentioned that he’s toast.

Ron Paul: Have I mentioned: he won!

Rudy Giuliani: 4% sucks, even if you are a guy who didn’t campaign in Iowa if you are, in fact, America’s MayorTM.

The Dems:

Barack Obama: A big win. By beating Edwards he positions himself for a two-way race with Clinton.

John Edwards: Coming in second means he lost. He isn’t long for the race as a viable candidate, IMHO.

Hillary Clinton: Coming in third isn’t a problem. Obama winning, that’s the problem.

Bill Richardson: Teaming up with Obama?

Joe Biden and Christopher Dodd:
Both getting out of the race.

Dennis Kucinich and Mike Gravel: Still not doing so well.

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6 Responses to “Quick Post Toasties (Iowa Edition)”

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  2. The Moderate Voice Says:

    Iowa Caucus Voters Rejected Party Establisments And Embraced Generational Change

    Iowa caucus voters yesterday delivered a message that they wanted to try something new, weren’t about to follow their parties’ establishments’ desires or info machines — and wanted a kind of generational change in politics th…

  3. The Moderate Voice Says:

    Iowa Caucus Voters Rejected Party Establisments And Embraced Generational Change

    Iowa caucus voters yesterday delivered a message that they wanted to try something new, weren’t about to follow their parties’ establishments’ desires or info machines — and wanted a kind of generational change in politics th…

  4. The Moderate Voice Says:

    Iowa Caucus Voters Rejected Party Establisments And Embraced Generational Change

    Iowa caucus voters yesterday delivered a message that they wanted to try something new, weren’t about to follow their parties’ establishments’ desires or info machines — and wanted a kind of generational change in politics th…

  5. Outside The Beltway | OTB Says:

    Iowa Caucus Results - Signs and Portents

    Mike Huckabee won the Republican vote by a much wider margin than expected and Ron Paul came in a distant fifth place — but ahead of ostensible national frontrunner Rudy Giuliani. Barack Obama won on the Democratic side but one could argue that…

  6. B. Minich Says:

    Hrmmmm . . . the funny thing about all this is how some of the Ronulans were predicting a finish “no worse than third”. Now that he lost, they still have hope for NH, but some have taken on the tone of “well, its a moral victory that got me to stop voting for evil big government types.”


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