18 comments

  1. Doug Deal says:

    It’s official, looks like the Democrats will keep the Whitehouse for another 4 years, it’s just a question of what party that Democrat will represent.

  2. Romegaguy says:

    But the volunteers for the Huckster were greatly motivated and were going to turn the vote out in Fla… or was that SC… or NH

  3. juliobarrios says:

    So now as we move to Super Tuesday, Georgia will barely be a blip on the candidate’s radar. Whose bright idea was it to move our voting onto the same day as so many other states?

    Was the intent to receive as little attention from the candidates as possible. If we hadn’t moved our primary day, the eyes of the nation would have been upon us. Now we are just another “me to” state.

  4. Doug Deal says:

    julio

    It’s because politicians, like the French, always fight the last war, instead of the present one. They only care if whatever plan would have benefitted them last time, not if it would benefit them next time.

    In the recent past, the nominations have been wrapped up after South Carolina, so states didn’t want to be left out. They just did not expect that going forward, both races could be competetive past the time when over half the delegates have been selected.

  5. GOPeach says:

    Buzz-

    Silly… it’s JANUARY!!!
    You need to get your fanny in that gym class with SWEAT PANTS ON!!! You will catch a cold in shorts! Sheeeeeze – must I always watch over you like this?????

  6. Bill Simon says:

    Upon careful consideration over the past 48 hours, there is a really good chance I will be voting for McCain.

    Why? Not because of “momentum” or the Florida trounce of Romney.

    More because of why the trounce of Romney occured. And, I believe that Floridian Republicans can recognize the same thing that I see: McCain, for all of his faults, is not a liar. Romney is (how many flip-flopping positions can one person take in the span of 3 years?).

    MOST thinking Republicans (i.e., the non-establishment Republicans) really don’t like liars in their midst. They’ve had the Liar Bush as their establishment candidate for 8 years. They’re sick of him and his ilk.

    Therefore, they gravitate towards McCain.

    The fact that all of the “establishment” legislators in this state have jumped on Romney also tell me that Romney is the wrong choice.

  7. GOPeach says:

    McCain’s the candidate of amnesty for illegal aliens.

    McCain supports embryonic stem-cell research.

    McCain has said “I would not support repeal of Roe vs. Wade”.

    McCain opposed the Bush tax cuts, and refuses to sign the “No New Taxes” pledge.

    McCain supports legislation that would increase taxes on energy.

    McCain was the ring-leader of the Senate “Gang of 14”, which kept the then Senate Republican leadership from ending the ability of Democrats to filibuster Bush’s judicial nominees.

    McCain supports legislation to grant due-process rights to terrorists.

    McCain sponsored the inept legislation which restricts free-speech rights of those involved
    in the political process, (the McCain/Feingold bill)

    McCain called evangelical-conservatives an “evil influence” on the Republican Party.

    McCain – member of the Keating 5 that caused a bipartisan scandal during the S&L meltdown.

    McCain had a recall election ran against him by the conservatives in Arizona.

    McCain blocked the investigation into whether Viet Nam and the Soviets were still holding over 600 of our missing POWs in 1990

  8. Romegaguy says:

    When the people of Arkansas are asked who raised their taxes they all answer in unison, “Huckabee is the One.”

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