New Hampshire's in the Books

John McCain surged to his first primary victory today in New Hampshire. This was widely anticipated. Romney came in second and Huckabee in third. Presumptive GOP front-runner Giuliani was way down in the bottom ranks not even pulling double digit percentages. Also notable, Ron Paul did even worse in this state than he did in Iowa; pulling down a whopping 8%.

As I said all of this was very much anticipated, the surprise came when Hillary Clinton managed to eke out a victory against the crowned sweetheart of the mainstream media Barack Hussein Osamabama.

This means that the race remains very much in the air on both sides of the aisle and also once again proves that skewed political polls are worthless tools for determining outcomes.

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