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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    « Iowa-almost over | Main | Did you know? »

    January 04, 2008

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    Ron

    Clinton didn't run a negative campaign in Iowa. She(Bill) just had a bad campaign strategy. Look for heavy negative ads from Clinton in New Hampshire over the next five days.
    I have been saying for the last year Clinton would not get the nomination. People are just tired of her(their) shtick!

    diane

    Um, Ron, her campaign digging up an essay Obama supposedly wrote in kindergarten or some such, sly digs at his middle name?

    Rand

    Maybe negative does work, Huckabee ended up running the negative ad he said he wouldn't, but showed to the media anyway. Then the ad ran on at least 3 stations in Iowa.

    The only thing we get from Iowa, and then N.H., is fewer candidates down the road (Biden and Dodd so far). I don't think you can actually call Obama or Huckabee the favorites quite yet.

    "This feels good. It's just like I imagined it when I was talking to my kindergarten teacher."

    -- Sen. Barack Obama, quoted by the New York Observer, on his new status as Democratic frontrunner. Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign has claimed that Obama has been plotting a presidential run since he was in kindergarten.

    diane

    Rand, I agree with you about Huckabee and Obama, but Obama may have the better chance to keep a lead.

    As to negative ads, Romney really went after Huckabee and not in a good way the past month. So we'll see what happens the next five days up in NH. McCain is the one who could surprise.

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