So, it is no longer Super Tuesday. Rather, it is Indecisive Tuesday. The race for the White House is, for once, a race. Infact, the only predictable thing about it all is that I got it absolutely right last week.
Whilst Obama takes many small states, Clinton takes California, making it, still, a two-horse race. The Democrats are split right down the middle, certain of only one thing – they don’t want a white male. Which could lose them votes through indecision.
Everyone thought they could just wipe out the Republicans this time round – a sentiment I hoped would be true. But McCain is steaming ahead, no longer making the actual Presidential Election a Democrat affair.
McCain is a Liberal, and it was obvious that the Republicans would eventually look at what is happening to the Conservatives in the UK. Finally getting it together by subduing Right Wing tendencies and going for a ‘nicer’ choice, don’t write them off yet.
Just look at the UK’s cuddly David.
© Anthony North, February 2008
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