Friday, January 04, 2008


Presidential front runners, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama


Yes. Iowa has goofed again.

The Iowa Caucuses have chosen two presidential candidates that even heaven knows will not win the nominations of their respective parties, because neither Barack Obama nor Mike Huckabee has what it takes to win the nominations and none of them will contest in the presidential election on November 4, 2008..

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is still the Democratic Presidential Candidate who will be the flag bearer of the Democratic Party on November 4, 2008.Senator Barack Obama and former Senator John Edwards would be swept away by the Tsunami Tuesday primaries on February 5, 2008.

Super Tuesday typically represents a Presidential candidate's first test of
national electabilityIn 1992, after losing earlier primaries, Democrat Bill
Clinton emerged as a candidate "back from the dead" when he convincingly won a
number of Southern primaries on Super Tuesday. Clinton ultimately went on to win
the Democratic nomination and the presidency.Wikipedia

Let us wait for the big picture after Super Tuesday.I am still standing by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for President.

Forward ever, backward never!

The Iowa Electronic Markets at the University of Iowa has predicted that the Democratic nominee will beat the Republican in the November presidential election.

The results so far showed that even though Barack Obama has won the Iowa caucuses, Hillary Clinton is still going to be the Democratic nominee.

This is a confirmation of my analytical summation that winning Iowa does not guarantee Barack Obama or John Edwards the nomination. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton will prevail all the way to the White House as the next President of the United States of America.


twinstaiye said...

You know you really douse the tension in me. I for one had thought that an IOWA triumph for Obama means he is going to be the chosen one for democrat presidential candidate. You give me hope on Clinton and I hope she win all the way to the white house. I just love her to be the next president, just like I supported her hubby back then in 90s.

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

Thank you for your support for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for President.

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Cheers and God bless you.