The front-runner since spring, Rudy Giuliani, is close to toast.
The same holds for Fred Thompson
If Mitt Romney wins New Hampshire, drop the curtain for Rudy, Thompson and McCain – and they know it.
So, two weeks out from Iowa, here are the odds.
Rudy and Thompson each 20-1. John McCain 6-1. He has to win New Hampshire, and even if he wins there, he would be an underdog. Grass-roots conservatives do not like him and would prefer Huckabee.
Mitt Romney 3-2. If he wins Iowa, he is almost unstoppable. If he loses Iowa, he has to come back and beat McCain in New Hampshire. Then it would a Mitt-Mike race through Feb. 5.
And Huckabee? He has to win Iowa. If he does, he will be the favorite in South Carolina and for the nomination, as well.
Tancredo bailed out and endorsed McPain; PJB's sister, Bay, was Tancredo's campaign manager. She saw the race the same way--Thompson's outta there.
Not all bad. I won't wind up sending a lot of money...
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This is the time to send more money. So you're giving up on FDT because PJB says so?
Thompson is our choice. Period.
I have not yet begun to fight.
But this is a Fair and Balanced blog.
Actually Tancredo endorsed Romney, it was Brownback that endorsed McPain.
Huckabee would be a DISASTER for the U.S.
"Not a fair and balanced blog." LOL...I like it.
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