Thursday, January 3, 2008

Iowa and the August dumbass who predicted an Obama loss

Obama wins in Iowa! Fanfuckingtastic! Back in August I laughed at the idea of Mr. Obama winning in the white bread state of Iowa. My apologies to all Iowan democrats for so grossly underestimating them.
I'm also glad to see that Edwards made a good showing. I believe he is the candidate who is addressing the real issues in the most clear and articulate manner.

On the other hand, the baptist preacher who doesn't believe in evolution took the republican side of the caucus. Wow, what a bunch of cavemen. They actually voted for a canddate who is more right wing than MoronMonkeyBoy Bush the Chimp. Absurd. I'll be there are a bunch of republican Iowans who have Bush-Cheney '04 stickers still on their cars. Fucking whack jobs.

Hillary is blaming her loss on Iowans who are not home or in the military and Iowans who "work at night."

You lost Hillary. Better luck in NH, but don't count on it.

I'm still looking for an Edwards-Obama '08 ticket which will put a progressive democrat in the White House for the next 16 years. We'll need it to get over this neo-con nightmare.

If Mr. Obama can continue to "communicate" the way he did last night in his victory speech, he may be headed to the White House. That is, provided he also continues to get the kind of support and adulation from the press that he got last night.

3 comments:

HILLBLOGGER said...

Here's to hoping that any one of the Democratic Party hopefuls make it to the White House in November.

Good luck!

Buzzardbilly said...

I don't know what shocked me more about the results last night: That Iowa went for Obama (I too didn't give them any credit for being progressive thinkers) or that Huckabee also won the Rep side (so much for the progressive thinkers argument).

SagaciousHillbilly said...

Well Buzz, ya gotta consider; there are democratic voters and republican voters. Obama brought out the young and female democratic voters. Huckabee brought out the old bible thumping republican voters.
Iowa has a lot of republicans and democrats. It's one of those diverse states as opposed to WV which is a one party state and leads us to have only democrats . . . a few left but most radically right. Huckabee would do well here among democrats.