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Rudy is a moran

Romney is too has flip flopped in the past (alot)

Huck is too religious and not political

Paul had an lobitomy awhile back

Thompson might the ghost here, quiet is very disterning for candidates.

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This turn ended on the repub side almost a month ago.

And who said you were my friend?

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What's your point?

The poll numbers for the Republicans in Iowa are much more volatile than those for the Democratss.

Huckabee has gone from 2 to about 30 Guliani has gone from about 30 to about 6 Romney has gone from 8 to about 26 McCain has gone from 25 down to less than 6 and back up to about 12

Nature of politics, my friend...

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Clinton 32%

Edwards 32%

Obama 32%

LOL was watching how the pollsters in the audience full of Dems switching back and forth between candidates. 80% of them have changed thier minds atleast once. dems crack me up (not to be confused with the drug of use on here LOL) Either shit or get off the pot will yeah? Either pick one or wait till you are sure of your choice. I have time here in MO and I have not decided yet.

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I don't think anybody who watches this stuff closely figured she would run away with it all. And most of the time, the winner in Iowa does not get the nomination.

I still think she has the inside track because of money and organization.

But I would be happy with any of the top three on the Democratic side.

Well, not really happy, but as happy as a liberal can be with this field.

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Today is (are?) the Iowa caucuses.

Latest numbers I have seen on the Democratic side are Obama winning by about 4 points over Edwards, with Clinton coming in third by about 3-6 points. This is pretty much the same based on the first choice or second choice ballots.

Although in the overall trends the top three are within 4-5 points, the usual margin of error, so this could be anyone's game.

One the Republican side, it looks like a Romney-Huckabee race. Both are in the mid to high 20's, and within the margin of error, so again, anybody's race.

The shocking thing to most is how far Guliani has fallen. He is actually now polling below Ron Paul for 6th, with about 6 percent. Wow.

I'll be up late, cause I'm kinda a political geek.

Happy politicing, everyone!

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