no more babydoll pictures.
It's like he wasn't even there...
Why did he enter the race again in the first place? For someone who garnered so much press, his campaign was almost nonexistent.
Ha: "nuts crossed." You kill me sometimes, Dan.
What? Alan Keyes dropped out already?
"is going to make a concession speech on November 4, 2008." God willin' and the crick don't rise. Democrats have a real talent for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
I'm still tripping out over the news footage last night that showed Guiliani racing his campaign bus around a NASCAR track.
My days. This forthcoming election is already a god damn circus. And it's only January.
How exactly would we have "benefitted from...this effort", except by realizing he looks like Sam the Eagle on Fen Phen.
For the love of jeebus, Dan, you had better run outside, turn around three times, and spit!
Fred hasn't had a chance since he admitted he wasn't actually interested in being president (WTF *are* you doing, then?)
"All save one will drop out of the race"
I hope you're wrong about that... a Ron Paul independent run would negate any Nader/Bloomberg damage and almost certainly lock it in for the Dems.
The funny part has been watching the MSM types all avoid talking about loony tunes Ron Paul, who continually got more votes than either their chosen candidate Guilani or Thompson.
Won't be missed.
But, eventually, all will succumb to the Blue Tidal Wave.
Hey, GWB fans, how's that privatizing Social Security and putting it in the stock market idea sound like NOW?
so sad. i wish that we didnt have to have any repubs at all this time. it would be more fun with obama vs. clinton in november. not one of them vs. boring ol' mccain or romney or (Godforbid) huckabee.
you can cross your nuts? yikes!
No no, the hope is that two of them don't drop out, and one runs independently and splits the base.
#11, given Democratic vs Republican turnout this primary season, if we axed the primary system and went to a runoff vote, that situation wouldn't even be that far fetched...
One can dream.
So will his delegates go to Romney? And his endorsement? PLEASE?
@14 - true. McCain "won" South Carolina with FEWER votes than he got when he "lost" to GWB in 2000.
Turnout for GOP caucus/primaries is very very low in every state - but Dems have very very high turnout.
Feel the Blue Tidal Wave ... it's a comin!
** @14 - true. McCain "won" South Carolina with FEWER votes than he got when he "lost" to GWB in 2000. **
I'm not particularly ignorant - and I do seek out news from many alternative sources - but I hadn't heard THIS before.
If Will can spread the news, why not Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Bill Maher? (And Dan Savage?)
Thanks, Will - handy fact to know!
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