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Some Observations That Will Later Be Disproved

The only unequivocal winners tonight were Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Mitt Romney got his silver, Mike Huckabee a distant third. Rudy Giualini’s Super Tuesday hopes are still alive since nobody can now run the table in the early states — but wasn’t it also predicated on the idea that Giuliani might break into double digits in the first contests? Ron Paul had the worst day of his campaign so far, between TNR and narrowly finishing behind Giuliani. New Hampshire was supposed to be one of his best states, and you can’t keep finishing third in the race for third. And there isn’t much reason for the rest to continue. I wonder if Alan Keyes’s votes will be reported this time.

John Edwards did just well enough to continue doingwhatever he thinks he’s been doing. But won’t Bill Richardson drop out soon? Or does he want to finish behind Dennis Kucinich first?

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