Thursday, January 03, 2008

The caucus in Los Angeles

According to "This Modern World", Romney has just come out with an attack against his insane rival Huckabee based on his decision to go on the "Tonight Show" instead of staying in Iowa till the end.
Here's the quote:

"Mitt Romney, who is spending the final day before the caucuses jetting around Iowa, is hitting rival Mike Huckabee for abandoning the Hawkeye State on caucus eve to make an appearance on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

“Well, frankly my focus is on the caucuses here in Iowa. I think Mike is more concerned about the caucus in Los Angeles,” Romney told voters at Bettendorf Middle School."

You know, a caucus in Los Angeles would be a hell of a lot more representative of how the United States actually is than the caucus in white, thinly populated, Iowa.

Population of Los Angeles: 3,849,368

Population of Iowa: 2,982,085

Both of those figures are from Wikipedia.

I personally don't care what a bunch of white cracker hicks think about the Presidential election. Despite, to be fair, Iowa having a tradition of voting Democratic, the only way that you could possibly think that Iowa is representative of the United States is if your ideal of the U.S. includes white hoods.

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