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    The biggest loser 1 st.

    IMO is Newt Gingrich..Newt, some of us are old enough remember you.
    You are a bitter..cranky fool who sees himself as some sort of savior of the Republican party. Your speech at the end really shows how you whine and cry when you dont get your way and ATTACK others in the very same manner you argue against.
    America has been exposed to the real Newt.. so go ahead and NUKE ROMNEY in N.H. BRING IT....Most Americans will be glad to bury you in obscurity.

    2nd Biggest loser ..Michele Bachmann
    80 times better than Santorum in every regard. THE CHURCH threw her under the bus. Santorum surged when her guy left for Santorum..The lord works in Mysterious ways in Iowa.

    3rd Biggest loser ..and a big wew in my mind is Rick Perry who is going back to Texas... he was my biggest worry in S.C. not Newt.

    4th ..Huntsmann.. Ignoring IOWA then commenting about corn and cows..I CAN SAY that..But YOU cant.

    Winners.
    3rd place. Paul.
    I could go on and on about how he didnt win with all that support..but he did great.I dont see him getting the same support in N.H. and many other states going forward..but..he still is dangerous.
    To America.

    2nd Place. Romney ..even at this time it aint official but he survived the anti Mormon anybody but Mitt tactic..Other states will not be so penile after S.C. . he showed the right tactic in taking down Newt in 2 weeks from mid 30 % to like 12 % ?
    YOU may not agree with it, and Newt might hate it..but it WORKED.

    1st.Santorum.
    Un vetted...un challenged on his record until the last day and the recipient of the secret anti Mormon vote that the church put out ..just like last time.
    I have several church going relatives in Iowa..I know what I am talking about..When you see exit polling from strong evangelical areas saying they supported Santorum on the economic issues you know the secret is out.

    Iowa shows it is about religion and issues that drive folks AWAY from the Republican party.
    Gay marriage..abortion...serving only one religion.
    Democrats carried the state and now you know why.

    Let the spin ..begin
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    Romney is just Obama light.

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    Is the counting done yet? It's still too close to call between Santorum and Romney.

    Regardless, they both won. Statistical tie.
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    Winners.
    3rd place. Paul.
    I could go on and on about how he didnt win with all that support..but he did great.I dont see him getting the same support in N.H. and many other states going forward..but..he still is dangerous.
    To America.

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    This is kind of interesting. The vote count doesn't necessarily equal the delegate count. Here's something from an article tonight on this.

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    Senior advisors for Paul's coalitions team told Business Insider this week that the campaign's organizational strategy was focused not only on getting as many votes as they can, but in making sure that their volunteers stuck around after the voting to make sure that they were nominated as delegates to the county's Republican convention — the first step towards being appointed as a delegate to the Republican National Convention.

    That's because Iowa's Republican caucuses are actually non-binding — it's technically just a straw poll. The only thing that will get Paul's — or any other candidate's — Iowa supporters to Tampa next year is if they stuck around and volunteered, or were elected, as delegates.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/ron-p...paign=politics
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    Romney's kids are creepy looking.
    "The progressive is a self-appointed social redeemer, leading a movement to destroy his own society and liberate the masses. This political mission provides him with immense moral indignation and, therefore, moral superiority, dispositions from which, in turn, he derives tremendous emotional gratification. His whole belief system provides him with a sense of belonging, since he has joined other social redeemers, as well as victims, real or imagined, who wait for him to break their chains."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewskier View Post
    Romney's kids are creepy looking.
    It is down to the wire. Santorum is holding on by 5 votes. All Romney needs is a few votes in Polk County.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thediplomat2.0 View Post
    It is down to the wire. Santorum is holding on by 5 votes. All Romney needs is a few votes in Polk County.
    That's an insanely close race. This is a statistical tie, either way.
    "The progressive is a self-appointed social redeemer, leading a movement to destroy his own society and liberate the masses. This political mission provides him with immense moral indignation and, therefore, moral superiority, dispositions from which, in turn, he derives tremendous emotional gratification. His whole belief system provides him with a sense of belonging, since he has joined other social redeemers, as well as victims, real or imagined, who wait for him to break their chains."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewskier View Post
    That's an insanely close race. This is a statistical tie, either way.
    Isn't Iowa a winner-take-all state?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thediplomat2.0 View Post
    Isn't Iowa a winner-take-all state?
    Well, they don't actually get anything for winning except bragging rights. If someone comes in 2nd by 5 votes, I don't think anybody is going to look down on him.
    "The progressive is a self-appointed social redeemer, leading a movement to destroy his own society and liberate the masses. This political mission provides him with immense moral indignation and, therefore, moral superiority, dispositions from which, in turn, he derives tremendous emotional gratification. His whole belief system provides him with a sense of belonging, since he has joined other social redeemers, as well as victims, real or imagined, who wait for him to break their chains."

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