Eric Florack on February 5th, 2008

Note these are early numbers, not necessarily calls. As of when this is posted, 22:15 eastern, here’s the leaders so far: Alabama: Huckabee/Obama Alaska: Not in/Not in Arkansas: Huckabee/Clinton Colorado: not in/Not in Deleware: McCain/Obama Georgia: Huckabee/Obama Idaho: Not in/Obama (Idaho’s Republicans caucus on May 27th) Illinois: McCain/Obama Kansas: Not In/Obama (Kansas Republicans caucus on […]

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Figures. Heaviest traffic day we’ve had in a month, and there’s an WordPress update to be done. I guess I’ll hold off on it until tomorrow, or perhaps the weekend, depending. Rained like crazy here this morning. We actually had some thunder and lightning, last night, too. At 9 this morning, we had 52 degrees […]

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davidl on February 5th, 2008

The nanny state nazis never stop trying to run other peoples’ lives.  Now a study sure to frost Mrs. Clinton’s boxers.   Smoking and being obese saves money.   Fat obese smokers require less medical care and are simply cheaper to treat.   So after HillaryCare II, it will be your patriotic duty to have extra cheese on the […]

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Eric Florack on February 5th, 2008

Hmmm. Interesting… Both Obama and Romney are leading in California. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama surged to a big lead over Hillary Clinton in California hours before “Super Tuesday” voting began in 24 states, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Tuesday. In the Republican race, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney held […]

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davidl on February 5th, 2008

Local plug, wasn’t a bad weekend for Upstate New York.  Syracuse grad, Art Monk got elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame.  Well deserved.  Waterloo native, Syracuse grad coach, and Rochester Institute of Technology head coach Tom Coughlin won the Super Bowl and Syracuse grad David Tyree caught a touchdown poss and had the catch […]

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Eric Florack on February 5th, 2008

I see Mike Allen at The Politico is reporting the existence of a letter from Bob Dole to Rush Limbaugh, scolding the latter over his insistence on ‘strafing’, as Allen puts it, of John McCain. And you know, absent Mr. Dole’s abysmal 1996 and 1998 campaigns, his words might actually carry some weight.  In light […]

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