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Steve Forbes? No.
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No Supuer Thursday at all, just talks about Hillary's money? Nope: Arizona Sen. John McCain giving my prediciton another boost and leaves the presidential race.
While the Democrats are busy doing what they're doing I have time to take a further look at my prediction from 15th January '08. The question all around these days is about who will be John McCain's running mate where I sorted out Rudy Giuliani long time ago here. As things develope I can only be more certain than ever since Rudy as predicted dropped out of the presidential race and endorced McCain with a smile. He didn't campaign at all and I called him a faker who will soon give it all for John McCain and the vice presidency.
Did you ever wonder what happened to Rudy Giuliani and why his campaign collapsed before he finally dropped out of the presidential race to endorce with a smile John McCain? Have you ever asked yourself how an experienced guy like him could decide to just skip six GOP contests anyway and despite all warnings, following a "strategy" nobody has ever heard of before? After all, Rudy Giuliani once held a double-digit lead - only to give it away. Where were his political advisers and what did they really have in mind? Why did the former mayor of New York all over sudden become a "horrific campaigner"?
Take a look what an ethusiastic guy Mr. Giuliani actually can be when he really wants to win...
This chart plain shows the developement of odds during the last months
blue: John McCain
red: Hillary Clinton
black: Barack Obama
In this section I shall find time for an intentional change of subject: Could it possibly be that Nostradamus had a prophecy for Barack H. Obama, the junior United States Senator from Illinois and leading candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 U.S. presidential election? Very unlikely, but...
Wrapping Up the Nomination
Last night, after our strong victories in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC, I put together an analysis of the state of the race for the Republican nomination. Including the delegates won last night, John McCain is now close to securing the number of delegates needed to be the presumptive Republican nominee. In addition, it is now mathematically impossible for Mike Huckabee to win enough delegates to secure the Republican nomination; there simply aren’t enough delegates left at stake for him to win. Take a look at the following chart:
McCain Delegate Count: 839 in, 352 needed (35% of 774 available)
Huckabee Delegate Count: 241 in, 950 needed (123% of 774 available)
Despite the mathematical certainty, the field is not clear on our side and we must continue to wage an aggressive fight in the upcoming states, including Wisconsin, Washington, Ohio, Texas, Vermont and Rhode Island. The sooner we wrap up this nomination fight, the sooner we can unify our party and begin to face the challenge of defeating the Democrats in the fall. But we need your help to wage aggressive campaigns in these next primary states - will you make a contribution of $100, $200, $500 or whatever you can afford to help us wrap up the Republican nomination and head in the fight against the Obama and Clinton money machines?
Until John McCain secures 1,191 delegates, we must campaign aggressively for the Republican nomination, and that requires additional resources in some of the most populous states in the country. We cannot turn our attention to the Democrats and their enormous war chests until this nomination is secure, and we cannot accomplish that goal without your additional help.
Thank you for being part of Team McCain, for being with the campaign through thick and thin. We’ve won some exciting contests over the last two months, but the challenge is not over – we must continue to spread John McCain’s conservative message of lowering taxes, strengthening our economy, winning the war in Iraq, and fighting radical Islamic extremists. There is a lot of work ahead, but as John McCain has noted, there has never been an election where the choices between the two parties will be so stark. Please help us right now with your most generous contribution.
U.S. Vice President 2008 - who is gonna make it?
Obama tells Jewish leaders: I have never been a Muslim
The House never loses? Las Vegas predicts McCain!
Despite Nostradamus' presidential prediction: Obama and McCain to debate in final faceoff
Europe's finest media tells readers that John McCain needs to turn it all around in his last anti-Obama debate tonight. And Europe's lefties read it with a smile. Such "news" come to them like a long awaited pudding vanielle... every four years!
Or as John McCain says it: "We got them just where we want them."
Before everything else let me tell you as a kind of political statement on this very non-political blog that I don't like people who are driven by hatred, especially not when they're grown, experienced men and in politics, and Jesse Jackson said today: Under Obama, U.S. will rid itself of `Zionist` control. This guy better don't raise my kids. And I wouldn't like to see him served with an election result of his taste. Same goes to radical muslims. No sympathies from me.
Let me tell you as a kind of introduction that I don't like people who are driven by hatred, especially not when they're grown men and in politics, and Jesse Jackson said today: Under Obama, U.S. will rid itself of `Zionist` control. This guy better don't raise my kids.
If you don't like the above picture then please ignore it - I just found it and put it here anyway, maybe only for history's reasons.
There are new names out there in the campaigns, some you might not even have heart about yet and even Google.com is overwhelmed: Joe the plumber we all know by now, but does Michael Signator ring any bell? For sure you don't know how he looks since there is no picture of him existing while he just made it search engines' most searched name ever. Who he is? He is as much close to Barack Obama as Joe W has ever been far away from him, but on the other side there is not one photo of Michael Signator available to the same media that shows Joe W 24/7. Senator Barack Obama wants to keep his closest of all friends a secret at least until the presidential election is over, even though in his book Obama felt the need to write about that guy. Read for yourself if you haven't yet or read it (with updates) again: 'Mystery' man lends support to Obama
Have you seen John McCain getting more energetic in his speeches, with lots of fresh wind? "Road to victory"! He's looking good, and I didn't say that before.
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