Tuesday, January 29, 2008
In his concession speech, Rudy tries some snide humor, which really just belies his total bankruptcy of ideas...
"Thanks to Ron Paul too, he won every debate!"
As a matter of fact, Rudy, Ron Paul DID win every debate. Not only that, he beat you in Iowa, New Hampshire and bunch of other places, too. Oh, and he's still in the race, competing for delegates to bring to the convention. How many delegates will Rudy bring? ZERO.
I only wish Rudy's flame out was more embarrassing and pathetic than it was. What a total fucking waste of skin.
Also, it looks as though 9iu11ani is angling for the job of Attorney General in a McCain administrations, because word on the street is he;ll be dropping out by wednesday and endorsing McMaverick. Seeing as a McMaverick / Giuliani ticket would be the kiss of death for a republican party built on a fracturing base of values voters and movement conservatives, I can't imagine McMav would be dumb enough to pick 9iu11ani as VP, and that leaves AG.
Heckuva campaign, Rudy! Heckuva campaign.
Also, it looks as though Hillary Clinton is celebrating her win in Florida....a win that nets her exactly zero (0) delegates, which is also, coincidentally, the number of Florida delegates won by Barack Obama and John Edwards.
Austin American Statesman
Arlo Guthrie, the well known folk musician and son of American folk music icon Woody Guthrie, has apparently endorsed Congressman Ron Paul for president.
“I love this guy.”
“Dr. Paul is the only candidate I know of who would have signed the Constitution of the United States had he been there.”
“I’m with him because he seems to be the only candidate who actually believes it has as much relevance today as it did a couple of hundred years ago.” -Arlo Guthrie
Pat Buchanan, appearing the other day on Morning Joe, discussed the probability of war with Iran if McCain were to become the next President.
Tuesday January 29, 2008
MIDDLETOWN - The results of the city's presidential straw poll, held Saturday night, are in -- and Hillary Clinton and Ron Paul were the big winners.
The straw poll, a private event that cost $10 a ticket, benefited the Connecticut Breast Cancer Coalition. It was held at The Church of the Holy Trinity on Main Street.
The results are: First ballot: Ron Paul, 42 percent; Hillary Clinton, 30 percent; Barack Obama, 20 percent; John McCain, 2 percent; and Mitt Romney, 2 percent.
Second ballot: Paul, 42 percent; Clinton, 32 percent; and Obama, 22 percent.
Third ballot: Paul, 46 percent; Clinton, 42 percent.