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Super Tuesday?

This could be a long night.

I'm worried. Obama is my guy, but I have a feeling that Hillary is going to do better tonight. And, I'm not usually wrong about these kind of predictions.

The good news is, when I drove to work this morning, there were only two Hillary supporters on the overpass trying to get people to honk for Hillary. Just two. That's rather pathetic.

Heck, even when Ron Paul had supporters on that same overpass earlier in the year, there were always at least a dozen of them. Perhaps that means Hillary's support isn't that strong, at least in Minnesota.

Keep your fingers crossed.

I don't understand why in a country of 300 million people, the only people that we can elect to the office of President are named either Bush or Clinton.

We need some new blood!


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