posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 01:55 AM
I don't understand it either, but *perhaps* a reason is the rationale: We don't like Romney the Mormon; Paul doesn't speak for us, we don't like him;
Newt, well, eh, he's just hotheaded (or something); so let's vote for the guy we don't expect to win? Could so many people think this way?
I actually know someone who plans to use this rationale in the primary, but she's voting for Bachmann simply because she dislikes all the other
Republican candidates and doesn't expect Bachmann to come anywhere CLOSE to winning. And she is also a registered Republican, for over 50 years.
That is ONE possible explanation (of several, the other VERY likely one being it's rigged), but geez, that boy Santorum is about as looney as they
come, alongside Bachmann.
Yeah, i mean, he was at the bottom of the barrel not to long ago, so this is quite baffling.
Not that the Iowa caucus means ANYTHING like we are led to believe it is so important.
In recent years the winner of Iowa has NOT won the
nomination, so what the heck is the big deal, MSM? Why yous playin' us for fools (like we are)?
edit on 4-1-2012 by Liquesence because: (no