And two states that have been cited for defying the Democratic Leadership, Florida and Michigan, plan on holding their primary the second Tuesday of December.
The early states that in addition to South Carolina, Michigan, and Florida include Nevada and New Hampshire seem content to compete against themselves to see who can have their primary the earliest. New Hampshire is already planning to move theirs Christmas Day after Iowa chose to move there's to just two days after New Year's Day. If the O'Reilly and Gibson though a war on Christmas was being waged, prepare for liberalism to really grab Kris Kringle by the balls.
In fact, Nevada would like to have their primary next week if possible. The state feels that it is ready to mobilize now if the leadership from the Republican and Democratic Party agree to do so.
And why not? After all, the situation is as follows.
The campaigns have been in full swing since spring. One might think this year was the election year and that we really are voting on the first Tuesday in November of this year for the next president.
These debates have become largely repetitive. It’s obvious where each candidate stands. Candidates repeat themselves and/or try to be increasingly absurd so they can get campaign attention. Chris Dodd carries a pet fly with him. Dennis Kucinich stuffs his pockets with anything to pull out and show the American people. Edwards is struggling to figure out how to pay for his haircut and his campaign. And Barack and Hillary continue to think of ways to confuse us by being as friendly as possible.
The money is in for this quarter and Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are both nearing 100 million while the others sit at the bottom struggling to get anywhere near the amount of funds Barack and Hillary are gaining. So, we know they will be spending those on negative campaign ads to make us see that Hillary is bad and Barack is bad. We won’t know why either of them is good but in the end, they both will be better than any Republicans.
Republicans are ready for the election now. If this election goes any longer, they will be further demoralized and will have to witness more losses incurred for their party. The party can barely gain momentum what with this war without end, Blackwater, broken government, and absence of wedge issues because each candidate has liberal stances on gun control, abortion, gay marriage, etc. So, what is there to talk about? Basically, in the debates they just talk about checking with their attorneys on whether or not to go to war. They’ve been reduced to pleading the fifth before either of them gets sworn in.