Jan 292008

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What I had to say six months ago in this post:

Senator McCain, we thank you for your service, but you are not going to be President of the United States. Everyone knows it but you. Please commence fading from public view at once. Who knows? If you give it a year or two, maybe you can pull off that “elder statesman” crap.

If McCain does get the nomination, he’ll still have a formidable challenge, so my statement may yet play out.  But, thanks partially to horrendous campaign mismanagement by at least two of his competitors, he’s certainly a long way from politically irrelevant headed into Super Tuesday.

Good thing I don’t get paid to pick ’em, eh?

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  4 Responses to “Political prognosticator extraordinaire”

  1. Well, if you did you would be no worse than any of the other ones who do 🙂

  2. This is all just a circus, anyway – NO one can be expected to figure any of it with anything remotely resembling competence because it follows no rules of logic or comprehension…

  3. I was idly musing Tuesday evening about this stuff. I actually found myself pulling for this war-mongering prick (McLame) over the rich guy who doesn’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows (R.Money). I guess my thinking was that if one of them got nominated, and won, I’d take McLame. Truth is, neither of them understands what a miserable, freaking mistake the Iraq was was and is. (Don’t get me started on Afghanistan).

    I was tickled to see Giuliani fold his tent, so that kept me from drinking myself to sleep.

  4. Really, it’s Ron Paul or it doesn’t matter.

    Looking very much like the latter.

    I dare say there’s a 90+% chance I won’t vote in November.

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