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September 25, 2006


Whoa there Brendan. I agree with your premise, but you seem to be suggesting that Iowa is somehow important nationally. Other than being early in the primary process, Iowa is not a significant state. Its whopping 7 electoral votes put it on par with states like Oregon and Oklahoma. The only mitigating factor is that it is a "purple state".

Case in point, I'd like to see Governor Vilsack's polling in any state other than Iowa. Outside the Hawkeye state most Americans say "Tom who?"

Also have you seen Rev. Falwell's remarkably Hugo Chavez-like comment about the Junior Senator from New York?

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