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Tuesday, February 5, 2008
posted by jason | 9:04 AM | permalink
From the Weekly Standard:

When it came time for questions, all anyone wanted to know was what is he doing in Boston? One reporter said Romney was "perturbed" that McCain was campaigning in Massachusetts today. McCain responded that he couldn't account for Romney's reaction, but that Romney was welcome to campaign in Arizona. When pressed on his bold prediction last week that he would seal the nomination on Tuesday, McCain backtracked-"I am not predicting that. I am not predicting that. I am guardedly confident that we can do well, but I am predicting nothing....we'll be campaigning all the way until the polls close tomorrow night, I don't think that's predicting victory." Well, yes, he is, but why in Massachusetts, which isn't a particularly tight race, instead of California, where some last minute stops might make a big difference?

One theory: McCain really doesn't like Romney, and as it became clear last week that McCain would almost certainly secure the nomination on Tuesday, this was to be a parting slap in the face. Except today, while McCain is still a heavy favorite, the result in California looks far from certain and there's a real possibility this race will continue past tomorrow's contest. It's hard to see how this was a smart move, but it was pure McCain--inspiring, audacious, and a bit reckless.

Meanwhile...wrap your heads around this:

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Sorry to be an ignoramus on the picture. I recognize Joe Lieberman, but who's the guy in the middle? My guess is that it's someone left of center. My caption suggestions:

"I love it when a plan comes together!"

"The American people have NO idea what we have in store for them. Muuuuuuuuuahahahahahahahahahaaaaaaa."

McCain’s strategy of campaigning in MA just before primary day, is one of conspiracy in political subtlety. First, it has to do with the well known notion that if Romney loses in his own state, especially to him (McCain), then that sends a clear message to the voters that Romney will have a hard time winning elsewhere. Secondly, he’s playing to the “time zone” factor. The eastern states, hence MA, have a two/three-hour edge, compared to CA and other western states. In other words, while MA’s results will have been final, CA is still be in the process of voting. Therefore, if Californians find out that Romney has lost in MA, again while still in the process of voting, that will have an impact on the minds of the voters and will likely switch to McCain. And that’s the focus of McCain’s MA strategy, I think.

Californians, let’s not be the victims of McCain’s political ploys! VOTE ROMNEY!

I think that's Lindsay Graham, but I'm not sure.

I have seen it posted that Boston could possibly be McCain's Stalingrad. As the German Army marched toward Russia, they stopped off at Stalingrad to rub it in and ended up losing the war.

How about:
"We're men, we're men in tights.
We roam around the forest looking for fights.
We're men, we're men in tights.
We rob from the rich and give to the poor, that's right!
We may look like sissies, but watch what you say or else we'll put out your lights!
We're men, we're men in tights,
Always on guard defending the people's rights."

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