Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Watching the results

For Obama, this night was always going to be a little ugly, but how ugly is it? It’s way too early to tell. We probably won’t be able to tell until tomorrow. For now…

Clinton has won Arkansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

Obama has won some though. CNN has called Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois (surprise, surprise), and North Dakota for him.

What is up with Huckabee tonight? The man is on fire in West Virginia, Arkansas, and Georgia. If he weren’t in the race right now, who would his votes be going toward? It is tough to say, but it is definitely weird to have him in the race still when it is clear he is not going to be the nominee.

It looks like Obama could win Connecticut. CNN hasn’t called it yet, but I think that would be a big win for him because it is nudged in there with a bunch of states that already went, or will be going to Clinton.

Obama is definitely going to win Minnesota.

Angel Moroni, Romney just won Utah. This is the surprise of the night.

It looks like Kansas will go to Obama. I don’t know Kansas very well at all, but this news makes me proud because I know people there. They probably didn’t vote in Kansas, but still, there’s a little pride.

Huckabee is on the TV right now from Arkansas. He said “a lot of people have been trying to say this is a two man race”. Are you kidding me Huck? There is not a chance. He has got to be in the race now in hopes to be someone’s running mate or a cabinet member. Colbert will probably be calling him a Huck-a-was pretty soon. By the way, Huckabee needs braces. Campaign money, hello!

That’s it for now. I can’t yet blog and watch TV at the same time so I’m going back to the TV.

Oh, CNN just officially called Connecticut, Kansas, and Minnesota for Obama.

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