January 26, 2004

Predictions (Please, no Wagering)

As Letterman often says: This is an exhibition, not a competition. Please: no wagering.

So as to allow the possibility of ridicule, I will enter my own predictions about tomorrow night (which is getting trickier by the minute).

*deep breath*

1. Dean in a squeaker.
2. Kerry in a close second
3. Edwards laps St. Joseph and the General to come in third.
4. Lieberman's "Joe-mentum" gets him 4th, which, sadly, will be seen as a win.
5. Clark's slide, fueled by his inability to answer a question, continues. He will soldier-forth to February 3rd anyway.
6. Kucinich
7. Sharpton

(The only picks I feel solid on are 3, and definitely 6 & 7!)

UPDATE: I explain my reasoning, such as it is, here.


Posted by Steven Taylor at January 26, 2004 04:11 PM | TrackBack
Comments

Agh...Deano in first!?

I shall move to Canada! As soon as Alec Baldwin does!!!

Brave man, art thou Steven...For myself, I'll still have a case of the a** should the Duck come in 2nd.

Posted by: Donnie at January 26, 2004 08:11 PM

I figure it I am going to go out on a limb, might as well go all the way and play the trend!

Posted by: Steven at January 26, 2004 08:22 PM

I dunno, Prof. Taylor, those line graphs may have cost Kucinich a few votes!

Posted by: Robert Tagorda at January 26, 2004 09:22 PM

If I just read Dean's latest "the Iraqi's are not really better off" stuff correctly, then it looks like the melt-down continues for him, after all.

I now put forward a new theory: He's being paid to throw the nomination. I have no other explanation (not involving the Illuminati, massive drugs, or orbiting mind control lasers) that can explain his bnehavior and dive from presumptive front-runner to just some angry nut who may well come in behind Clar^H^H^H^H Sharpton.

Steven L

Posted by: Steven L. at January 27, 2004 07:49 AM

I still think that the man is, shall we say, a bit off on Iraq, but all he needs is a few percentage points of like-minded folks and the front-runner storyline gets re-written again.

Of course, as noted today, I am not going to defend my predictions the way I did for Iowa, as the whole thing has a toss-up feel right now.

Posted by: Steven at January 27, 2004 08:07 AM

I have posted New Hampshire Prediction Results. Check it out.

Posted by: Dan Spencer at January 28, 2004 07:31 PM
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