Wednesday, February 6, 2008

The Horse Race

Josh Michael at Talking Points Memo:

It's about delegates. It's dead even. You've got two well-funded candidates who've demonstrated an ability to power back from defeats. And neither is going anywhere.


Whatever the mass media wants to put in the headlines or the campaigns want to say for themselves, that's the fact, jack. It (The Dem nomination) ain't over 'til it's over.

6 comments:

Ab_Normal said...

The caucus is going to be fun this year, eh? I wonder how many free coffees I can get, since I haven't committed to a candidate yet... ;D

kimalanus said...

Since Edwards has withdrawn, I'm holding out for donuts....

J said...

We can't lose either way, but since John Edwards is out, I'll put my money (have already) on Hillary. She's much stronger than Obama. I'm afraid he would cave in against world leaders and senators like McCain! J.

kimalanus said...

In the end, I don't think there is much to set them apart from each other except style. Lots of different styles work well for different people. Both have very strong working styles. So, donuts....

FWIW, GW never caved to a leader, foreign or domestic, ever. How's that working out? (Be careful of thumbnail sketches. They are of limited utility. ;o)

Ab_Normal said...

I wonder how many people I can piss off by asking, "Show me how Clinton is to the left of Joe Lieberman."

kimalanus said...

At least 12. ;o)