Monday, January 02, 2012

The Rise and Fall of Whoever!

Its amazing to me that seemingly every primary candidate other than Mitt Romney has had his turn as they rise in the polls. First it was Michelle Bachman, then it was Hermann Cain, next it was Newt Gingrich, and now its Ron Paul and Rick Santorum.  The whole thing has become almost comical. 

I do want to make one thing perfectly clear. Despite all of this melodrama, the Republican Party is not divided.  Whoever survives this primary process, will not be wounded, but will be stronger and in a great position to defeat Barack Obama. 

I had made my mind up but have since rescinded my support and have decided to wait. 

The Iowa Caucuses are tomorrow.  My prediction is that Mitt will eek out a victory, but that will not be the headline. The headline will be that Rick Santorum, who will finish in third, is rising.  Whether this is real or just a blib on the radar, remains to be seen. 

Its going to be fun the next few months.  

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