I notice that it has only been a few days since the Iowa Caucus, and already Ron Paul has faded from mainstream media view. Apparently the talking heads have decided the Republican contest is now down to a choice between Romney and
So let's see if I can make some sense of this musical chairs routine we got going here. When someone's earlier favorite prematurely ejaculates and rides off into the sunset, which Republican stud left now gets their undying and in Virginia signed for loyalty?
I would guess many of Michelle's fans will now throw their considerable weight and weak intellects behind
Hmm and double hmm.
What seems to be unfolding before our very eyes is the classic election year disintegration that usually afflicts the Democrats, with their many splinter groups splintering and running 211 different candidates for President. Call it the Naggin Nader Syndrome. Ron Paul is quietly sucking up frustrated loyalists from the camps that have packed up and gone home. He may not do as well in New Hampshire or South Carolina as he did in Iowa, but if I was a betting man, he will do better than any of the "experts" think he will. Only time will tell if he wants to disrupt the party machine and continue as an independent after the Convention. His previous track record would tell us he will cave and fall back into lock step solidarity with the Republican Machine. But...............maybe this time he is really pissed and will refuse to fall in line.
Anyway, just some thoughts this morning on where I see the mess that is the Republican campaign for President.
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