Thunderpig’s Mirror

Mitt Romney Wins Michigan! Thank You Krazy Kos Kidz!

Posted by Thunder Pig on January 16, 2008

I am not sure what kind of effect the Daily Kos Endorsement of Mitt Romney had on the primary, but I like to think it had the effect of putting him over the top of McCain:

  1. Mitt Romney……….39%
  2. John McCain……….30%
  3. Mike Huckabee……16%
  4. Ron Paul………………6%
  5. Fred Thompson…….4%
  6. Rudy Giuliani………..3%

Now, if someone else can win South Carolina, even if it is the hated Huckabee, we will see John McCain’s Campaign begin to suffer. The superfast primary schedule will help mitigate the effects of a loss…but repeated losses will have an effect.

I think only Huckabee, McCain, Paul, and Romney campaigned in Michigan, and accordingly, they got the top four slots.

Here are the Democrat results:

  1. Hillary Clinton……56%
  2. Uncommitted……..39%
  3. Dennis Kucinich….4%
  4. Mike Gravel………..1%

The Democrat Michigan primary was a weird affair, with the delegates not going to be seated at the party convention because they moved their primary up against the approval of the Democrat Party Elites. Clinton, Kucinich, and Gravel were the only ones to campaign. The kooks Kucinich and Gravel only managed 5% between them, proving that even the Democrats cannot stomach their insane stands on the issues.

Edwards and Obama urged their supporters to vote uncommitted in the contest, and 39% did so.

So, in a very unlikely turn of events, I wish to thank the Krazy Kos Kidz for whatever help they have lent to conservatism by supporting a candidate more conservative than John McCain!


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