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Tuesday, November 28, 2006
I'm back after an extended Thanksgiving holiday with... you guessed it... some info on the 2008 Presidential Race.

A recent Rasmussen survey found that 43% of Americans said they would not vote for a Mormom for President, while only 38% said they'd consider it. 53% of Evangelicals said no.

That's not good for exiting Mass governor Mitt Romney, who I've recently upped in the odds. I suppose this is further evidence in support of my thesis that McCain, Giuliani and Romney all have troubles, and that a void exists into which Gingrich, Hagel or Brownback could step.
posted by CB @ 4:13 PM  
  • At 7:44 PM, Blogger Charlie said…

    I think you are quite right that Senators Hagel or Brownback, or possibly Gingrich, could fill the role of the strong conservative in the 2008 race.

  • At 10:40 AM, Blogger Gerald said…

    PLEASE let Brownback be the nominee. My glee would surpass Rove's alleged excitement that Dean might be the Dems' candidate in '04.

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