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This blog used to be about politics. Not so much anymore as I have worked through my fascination with that subject. It now seems appropriate that with a new president and the end of the Bush nightmare that I move on to new subjects that are more in line with my current interests. I may still occasionally express an opinion about political matters but for the most part I will be commenting on music, photography and personal observations. Thank you for reading.

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New Hampshire Primary

I think its Kerry's to lose. What happened to Dean in Iowa had less to do with his "temper" and more to do with the rabid followers that streamed in to work his campaign and freaked people out. I mean... ORANGE HATS!! Are you people daft? You look like groupies or cult members or worse yet, extras from a Devo video. I honestly think that a lot of people had a gut reaction to the fanatical Deaniacs and it was one of suspicion. I like Dean's message and I like the passion he inspires in people but he should have controlled his legions better and kept them from going over the edge. Dean and Kucinich, both strong message candidates have the power to turn their base into pod people.


Its hard to see which way its gonna fall for Edwards. We'll see if he'll capitalize on his Iowa suprise or if he'll become overexposed and face a backlash. Lieberman is dead in the water, he was an anchor on Gore's campaign and he was delusional to think he could float alone. His purpose on the 2000 tickets was to appease the centrists. Alone he's an longshot in the primary. I predict he drops out.

The real question is whether Clark and Edwards can stay in the race. Kerry and Dean seem certain. Kerry for his frontrunner status and Dean because of his money. But can we really see two more going on from here? I think we will, at least until February. Sharpton and Kucinich are in it for the exposure and to get their message out, so who knows how long they'll be around and when they'll start getting cold stares from the DNC.

My predictions:

1- Kerry
2 - Clark
3 - Dean
4 - Edwards
5 - Lieberman
6 - Kucinich
7 - Sharpton

If anything I might be getting Edwards and Clark mixed up. I don't understand how other people decide who they like. Listening to some voters voice who they support I'm not suprised that we get some of the lame ass politicians that we do. I swear one voter was against Kerry because he "talked to much". Heaven forbid people!

Kerry has done a judo move to steal some of Dean's message.



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