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January 3, 2008

Iowa Caucus Results

Iowa CaucusJust a quick post, which I will update in a bit.

I was right.

  1. Huckabee 34%
  2. Romney 25%
  3. McCain 13%
  4. Thompson 13%

And I may still be right about the party of treason:

  1. Obama 38%
  2. Clinton 29%
  3. Edwards 30%

Although Clinton and Edwards are still locked in mortal combat for second place.

Chris Dodd (DemocRAT) will drop out of the race.

Chuck Norris is a happy man tonight.

It’s been a good night for America. G-d bless Iowa. G-d bless you all.

Update: It looks like Fred Thompson may have moseyed his way into third place at the last minute. Congratulations to grandpa Fred.

Update 2: Ha ha – Kookspinach and Gravel got 0 votes! Dodd got 1, Biden got 23, Richardson got 51. Note to Kookspinach and Gravel: give it up. It’s over. Ron Paul at 10% gets 5th. Buh bye, Ronnie. It’s downhill from here. Ghouliani got a whopping 4%. So much for your winning strategy, Rudy.

Update 3: Joe Biden to drop out as well after an anemic performance. Please drop out too, Rudy Giuliani.

Update 4: Further predictions: Hunter won’t stick it out much longer, although he might well be on the short list for Secretary of Defense.  Cox will keep up his silent running candidacy, but nobody will notice.  Those who do will laugh.  Paul will stick it out to the bitter end, taking home lots of suckers’ money just like the last time he ran.  Thankfully he hasn’t got a prayer.  Let me know if I’ve missed anything.

— Psycheout


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    Pingback by The Iowa Caucus Results « Blogs 4 Conservatives — January 3, 2008 @ 10:21 pm | Reply

  2. Rudy won’t quit because he never put his bet onm Iowa in the first place: he is betting all on Feb 5 & all the big states that vote then. Huckabee better stomp Mitt & McCain in NH (I don’t think that he will) or his campaign will be OVER.

    Edwards should be done, leaving the Demo field to Obama & Billary.

    I thought that you guys were shutting down a few weeks back?

    Comment by indyandy — January 3, 2008 @ 11:07 pm | Reply

  3. nah, just taking a hiatus

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 4, 2008 @ 12:26 am | Reply

  4. Well, really they got zero, 1, 23, 51 (respectively) pledged electorial delegations, not votes. They dems don’t make their vote totals public (which smacks of corruption), only the resulting number of electors.

    Comment by J.M. — January 4, 2008 @ 1:31 am | Reply

  5. How do you claim that the Dems are a party of treason?

    Comment by L. — January 4, 2008 @ 7:55 am | Reply

  6. Because they have common sense, something that makes Psycheout’s skin sizzle and burn.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 4, 2008 @ 9:28 am | Reply

  7. I spent the entire night on my knees praying for a Huckie Victory!

    GOD has heard me and done the right thing. I am so happy! So what if my knees are bloody and my mouth is sore from praying so much, that’s a small price to pay.

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 4, 2008 @ 10:06 am | Reply

  8. you were wrong/ fred beat McLoser / close only counts in horse shoes and handgrenades.
    be a real good loser like mcloser and admit amnesty boy is 4th, neck and neck w/ RP: HA HA!!

    Comment by test dummy — January 4, 2008 @ 10:49 am | Reply

  9. Marty:

    Huckabee SUCKS.

    Electing him would be like giving Bush a 3rd term, which, contrary to what you think, is very bad.

    He says that we should segregate people with AIDS (not for health reasons; because he thinks everyone else will catch t3h gh3y) and is extremely bigoted against people with homosexuality (and that’s not “refusing to support gays,” that’s saying they should be put into reprogramming camps, etc.)

    Also, in his AR governor tenure, he pardoned a man who raped a cousin of Bill Clinton simply because of political rivalry.

    Comment by L. — January 4, 2008 @ 12:07 pm | Reply

  10. L,

    The DemocRATS are the party of treason because they an’t Christians. This country was founded by Christians so by being secularist they have betrayed America to the terrorist.

    This is a great day seeing Huckabee on the rise like this. Clearly Jesus has made His choice with the Governor. I think those “Republicans” who voted against Huckabee (and Jesus) need to do some praying today.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 4, 2008 @ 12:32 pm | Reply

  11. Hmm, so some republicans voted against huckabee and Jesus. When did Jesus enter the race? And Jesus made his choice,,, who told you that? Perhaps Jesus himself.

    Dementia can be treated, but you have to seek treatment it’s not going to just come to you.

    Comment by Arn — January 4, 2008 @ 1:32 pm | Reply

  12. Ron Paul will place better than Huckabee in New Hampshire but Romney will likely win that caucus. If Obama beats Hillary in most of the primaries to become the candidate for the Dems, he will win the White House.

    My predictions.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 4, 2008 @ 1:36 pm | Reply

  13. On behalf of all of the MoxoM collective:
    congratulations with your new BLACK president.

    Comment by MoxoM — January 4, 2008 @ 3:39 pm | Reply

  14. L – “He says that we should segregate people with AIDS ”

    Yes, well, that is his weak public policy. I’m sure he will push for stronger measures once he is in office. Can’t let the namby-pamby worry-worts get all in a ruckuss before power is secured.

    You should have faith that he will address this problem.

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 4, 2008 @ 7:22 pm | Reply

  15. You’re almost right, Test Dummy. The real saying goes, “Almost only counts in horseshoes, handgrenades and sex”

    Comment by Arn — January 4, 2008 @ 7:32 pm | Reply

  16. “by being secularist they have betrayed America to the terrorist.”
    The terrorists have their religious heads up in the clouds more than the typical American Christian. Your argument fails.

    According to Sisyphus, the saying goes “Almost only counts in horseshoes, handgrenades, and Vietnam.”

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 4, 2008 @ 9:59 pm | Reply

  17. Marty McPain, Post 7.

    What excatly were you kneeling on? And for how long, because… ouch! I would have sympathy for you if it wasn’t your choice

    Comment by Austin — January 5, 2008 @ 3:12 am | Reply

  18. I was kneeling on a rough concrete floor in my basement prayer closet. I prayed from noon until midnight for a Huckie victory (I know the results were in earlier but I did not want them revised)

    I said my prayers aloud: Oh Lord I beseech you to find it in your divine heart to smash the evil heretic Rommony and the cross-dressing sinner Gooliani and the lazy Fred and all the poor smelly contenders for your annointment as president of these United States and to have your followers cast their ballots for the Glorious Huckie. Amen.

    I repeated that over and over for 12 hours, while kneeling on the hard, rough, unyielding floor.

    SO! Have no sympathy for me cause I was blessed and GOD heard my pleas and did what I asked.

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 5, 2008 @ 9:34 am | Reply

  19. that’s not a prayer Marty, that’s the confused ramblings of an idiot.

    Comment by Arn — January 5, 2008 @ 9:53 am | Reply

  20. Arn, Austin, just ignore Marty. He’s a real, honest to God troll, not a religious fanatic. He’s just doing this for the lulz.

    Also, Austin, when you want to quote someone, directly quote the text or a part of it, rather than the post number. Due to the different time zones that the commenters come from, posts may not be displayed in the order they were posted.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 5, 2008 @ 11:56 am | Reply

  21. As defense to BJ Tabor, post 10:

    Many liberals are Christians, they just push issues differently than conservatives, opinions and views which are equally as valid as yours. Now, you will probably come back with something saying that liberal views aren’t Biblical. There are many different ways to interpret the Bible, with many verses saying different things (no matter how you interpret those select verses, the Bible says nothing about abortion).

    Also, the Founding Fathers had many different religions, and some did not. A few were Protestant, but not in the fundamentalist sects you were looking for. A few were Deist, and some were atheist (see above; atheism is not a religion).

    I hope you look to this election with hope, and become a little more tolerant and educated toward our diverse selection.

    Comment by L. — January 5, 2008 @ 8:33 pm | Reply

  22. troll?

    you are so wrong. you evil vile sinner porn-besotten dog smelly VIPER!

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 5, 2008 @ 8:54 pm | Reply

  23. There you go EB, your point has been proven.

    Comment by Arn — January 5, 2008 @ 9:19 pm | Reply

  24. “I hope you look to this election with hope, and become a little more tolerant and educated toward our diverse selection.”
    A nice dream, but I’m not holding my breath.

    Yea, Marty’s a troll. His comments are now completely invalid and not worth responding to. Not that they were before, but now I have an even better reason.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 6, 2008 @ 12:17 am | Reply

  25. marty, i suspect you partake in the love that dare not speak its name.
    sodomy .., i mean somebody, needs to perform an intervention to set you straight..and narrow.

    Comment by martin fields — January 7, 2008 @ 11:14 pm | Reply

  26. Martin, Marty isn’t listening, he’s out back diddlin’ them chickens again.

    Comment by Arn — January 8, 2008 @ 5:20 am | Reply

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