How Many Electoral Votes Does Oprah Have?
by Bernie Quigley for The Free Market News Network on 12/07/06
I see the life force rising in
''I just want to participate in the American dialogue about where we are as a nation,'' he said.
I am all but certain that he will run in '08. He is an American for all seasons, and his candidacy will appeal to red and blue states alike. He is the rare, truly federal candidate and federal as
In a way, Jim Webb, who just won election to the Senate in
Nevertheless, the Democrats face chaos directly ahead, brought to you by the Senator from
‘Tis the Hamiltonian curse that like the Dixie Chicks’ Queen of Whatever, many people today are not from actual places but from economic zones. They hesitate or have to think about it for a minute when you ask them where they are from. Or ask an advisor. But there are still New Yorkers who know how to find their way on the A train at
Every chance, as his imagination is as vast as his cash flow.
Bloomberg senses that if Senator Clinton runs it will mark a descent into mayhem and irresponsibility on behalf of the Democrats. He said long ago that he would put up a half billion of his own money to start a third Independent Party if the Democrats send up someone “unelectable.” But it appears that the Democrats, or some of them, are hell bent on doing so, and leading the pack today are Senator Clinton and Senator Barak Obama, the freshman Senator from Illinois. He came to the Senate almost in a walk, as he ran against the perennial pundit of the Has-Been Right, Alan Keyes. Yet he is today tied for first place in the first Daily Kos straw poll for 2008. To his credit? He’s got more “friends” on MySpace than any other politician, says
How many electoral votes does Oprah have?
Across the river in
Last I checked, Howard Dean finished third in
It is the same impulse of "irrational exuberance" which calls forth Senators Clinton and Obama that sent this same generation to invest in undercapitalized but trendy DOT.com stocks in the salad days of the Clinton Administration.
Nature calls Bloomberg forth, and he is a right honorable American, even a patriot, to come forth. But a third party will bring disaster to our country. If a competent guy like Bloomberg runs it will divide the votes in '08 into three parts and the election will be thrown into the House. Bloomberg has no support in the House. As the House is controlled by Democrats as per the November election, the House will give it to Hillary. With Hillary as President with only 33% of the vote, the red states will buck, and rightly so.
The South will not tolerate governance by a
But as these modern-day Whigs spiral out of control and into the ozone, back in the Old Dominion comes a new awakening. Raising Kaine, the Virginia Governor’s blog, did a straw poll awhile back featuring ten potentials in 2008.
Now that Rumsfeld is out, Gates in and the Iraq Study Group’s report is in the hands of the thoughtful, we can begin to look forward. Wes Clark is awakening in the heartland and the awakening begins in