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The IOWA caucus has come and gone.  Who were the winners and losers of the night?

Losers

The voting public.  Tons of people got up early, cut out of work, left their very comfortable homes and braved the weather to got vote for their candidate and walked into old style political tactics

The GOP caucus voters had to deal with the misinformation  from the Cruz campaign about Ben Carson dropping out of the race and redirecting possible Carson voters to vote for Cruz. Nobody likes to be taken advantage of or tricked into making a such an important decision with very bad intel.



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Ted Cruz: ‘I am running for president of the United StatesPhoto: Post Politics
On the democratic side you were left shaking your head wondering if the world had gone temporarily mad.  After all hard work put in by the candidates, volunteers and voters, it came down to the flipping of a coin 6 different times in 6 different locations to figure out a winner and possible leader of the free world. REALLY?

And of course candidates were also losers. 


Winners

The almighty COIN.  I wonder what type of coin that was. Defying logic and always yielding the same results. Those  are coins need to be preserved for posterity. I’d like to take one to Las Vegas as a lucky coin.


Other notes

Clinton Campaign

 We won!!!!! What was that all about?


 Hillary Clinton Winner of Democratic contest by coin toss

We won!!!!! What was that all about?

Hilary Clinton’s campaign declared themselves winners in the 3rd quarter. REALLY?? How did that happen?  This looks like some sharp practice but who was being played?  They off  not smelling right.

This sort of behavior is some of the reasons a lot of people have not been able to fully support her.  She is the most qualified person in the race but has a campaign team that could be  a lot better. Their turn around time is too slow.  Turn around time is much too long. It makes them look like they don’t know what they are doing.  They have to listen  to what everyone has to say and or wait for poll results to decide which way the wind is blowing, then take a position. Constantly morphing from one position to another thus the blurred identity. Hilary, take another look at that team so 2008 does not repeat itself.


DNC lead by Debbie


You are not looking good 

 
 DNC Chairman Debbie wasserman schultz  Photo: action.timcanova.com

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