Come to think of it, Going Green is fine. However, when these Green Companies take over and become big business, then what? Will they become the evil "MAN" that you hate? And when will the programs start to buy up those light bulbs for people who cannot afford them? How about the companies who would go broke replaces all the lights they have now? And why are those in Iowa not qualified to pick a presidential candidate just because they are white males and christian, for the most part? Or white christian evangelicals and female...? Should Iowa sit it out because its population is mostly white? Seriously, when it comes to the race and the electoral vote, it's only the big states that really matter, so let Iowa have their moment. Take a look at Illinois. Two counties put in this boob of a governor. TWO COUNTIES...only a handful of states elect a president and those, right now are blue states...even John McCain won more overall counties last time around but lost the election..
No matter what happened in Iowa, it looks like a Mitt Romney romp in New Hampshire. That would be the first primary of the election season.
By Tim O'Brien
Digital Journalist, Digital Journal
Real story: Ron Paul finishes third in Iowa and that is not good for him...no delegates picked up tonight because that is not this process...delegates elected to pick delegates later...this, to me is a good process..no clear cut winner...to me, Romney's ads were Reagan-esque, but as a Reaganite, Santorum fits that bill..Romney has to be the nominee though...and the GOP will unite behind the eventual nominee, no matter what the pundits and mainstream media will lead you to believe...as a person who speaks with many conservatives, the real reason for the McCain loss was he was not conservative enough (neither is Mitt. But we will not make that mistake again)...note, Newt finished fourth and so did McCain in 2008...
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: The results are from the daily tracking of candidates in the state by 7 News/Suffolk University. Mitt Romney has a big lead over the next candidate, which is Newt Gingrich. Romney leads with 43 percent to 21 percent for Gingrich. Even the Megellan Strategies has Romney tracking 41 percent. Will Iowa results help Santorum in conservative New Hampshire? It won't hurt.
After Iowa, it's off to New Hampshire for a Jan. 10 primary then South Carlina, which is Jan. 21.
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