Saturday, January 26, 2008


I haven't seen a route like this in the South since Sherman's March to the Sea. With 98% reporting, it looks like this:

Obama 55.3%
Clinton 26.6%
Edwards 17.7%

That's 2:1 over Clinton and almost a 30 point spread.

Keep in mind that going into today's voting, Obama's poll numbers had him up 10-15-ish. Once again, the polls were wrong.

Also, Mike Gravel, who is technically still running for president, was beaten by Joe Biden, Bill Richardson, and Dennis Kucinich, who have dropped out of the race. Lest we forget Chris Dodd, he's currently (as of 9:44 ET) tied with Gravel, 239-239 for 0.0% of the vote. It's kind of sad to watch someone who performed such a great service for our nation, releasing the Pentagon Papers, get beat by four men who aren't even running anymore, but I don't think anyone can argue that he's least qualified to be President out of the whole field.

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