Saturday, January 5, 2008

Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc

Days Until Bush Leaves Office = 380

Thursday's caucus already seems as though it took place a year ago. And while my preferred candidate Joe Biden is now out of the race, the race continues, as does this page.

Lots of emotions about Thursday's outcome, and interested readers can click over to Pajamas Media, where I've jotted down some thoughts about it all; feel free to leave comments either here or there. You can also listen in on an interview I did on New Year's Day with XM Satellite Radio's Channel #130, POTUS '08 (my part starts about 16 minutes into the show). Later this weekend, I'll also be putting up a quick take on the outcome and what I think it means, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, there's tonight's debate in New Hampshire. Unlike Iowa's leisurely year at the center of the political universe, the Granite State gets the entire campaign blasted at it in warp speed over the course of less than a week. Have fun, guys!

I'll be back later tonight with some thoughts on the debate.

2 comments:

2008 said...

Thanks for your great and honest coverage of the Iowa caucuses. We need more people willing to take an intellectually honest approach like you.

-John from 2008 Central

Michele said...

Dave, it is because of you that I decided to jump on the Biden bandwagon, after reading your campaign journal earlier this year! While you wait for Joe’s return to the Senate on January 22 - please read my new current blog posting at http://biden-iowacaucuscountdown.blogspot.com/

If this works – you won’t have time to remember that you were suffering from your state of “post-Joe-for-prez depression!! I posted a comment at Pajamas Media, you were next on my list!

Michele, IL Biden Supporter

 
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