I had extra energy today as I exercised because I turned on the TV to see California's results and realized that Romney had not won as I was hoping. So, thanks McCain and Huckabee for helping me to really get a good sweat this morning.
You know, I couldn't help but think that if Huckabee wasn't in this (and really he isn't a contender if he'd be honest with himself) how would the results have been different? Sure, he won some states in the South and he won the first state of Iowa, but get real, no one is going to vote for him. I started even thinking that Huckabee's wins must've really brightened John McCain's evening. Think about it, what's the best way for McCain to come out on top other than to divide the spoils among three contenders?
You know, I would not be one bit surprised to find out when the dust settles that McCain asked some of his supporters with deep pockets to fund Huckabee's bid. What better way to slice off voters who would potentially vote for Romney. Obviously I have no way to state with complete certainty that all of Huckabee's votes would fall to Romney, but couldn't enough of those votes gone his way to help him win more states?
I'm also sick, sick, sick of hearing about Romney's $35 million of his own toward his bid and how appauled the analysts are over this. Uh, ever heard of Ross Perot? That wasn't that long ago people. Get over it. It's not like he doesn't have supporters providing cash too. Moving on...
I am sorry, but I just don't think I can vote for McCain. I really didn't like what a pouty fit he threw in the debates against Romney. He acted liked a spoiled child up there.
You know, I really am beginning to think that the Republican party is starting to create our own John Kerry of this election. You remember good, ol' John Kerry don't you? The bazillionaire that was supposed to be the great hope of the democratic party--except he couldn't do it. All I'm saying is that this may be the year we elect a Democratic president. Please, let's just not make it Hillary.