Among many political pundits handicapping tonight's Iowa caucus, is I-Fav James Carville, Imus's guest this morning on Imus In The Morning. James Carville thinks there could be a surprise tonight. Mr Carville will be covering the caucus tonight on CNN 7:00 P.M.
Frank Luntz, Imus's other guest this morning, has stated it's a three way race, but he doesn't know the order of the winner and two runners up. Mr Luntz has stated as of now, in a match up between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, if the election were held today President Barack Obama wins reelection.
Given all the current pre-dick-shuns of the outcome of tonight's first caucus in the Republican primary race, I am going to forego pretending, I know how Iowan's are going to vote. Forty one percent, have said they could change their minds. I am firmly in Governor Rick Perry's camp. I'll be ridin the storm out, monitoring the caucus returns tonight, from my recliner. I won't be an arm chair quarter back, like so many talking heads, and political pundits, who have been beating the dead horse narrative - the inevitability of a Romney nomination. They think it's helpful for their favorite candidate, to tell American voters who the Republican nominee will be, before a single vote has been cast. The media picked our last nominees, and President in 2008. How did that work out for everyone? I am optimistic that tonight, Iowa voters, the first of the 57 states are going to independently choose, the candidate for the Republican nominee, that will be the best leader for our country.
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