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"What IF" articles

So I was thinking today that it might be nice if people would write some "What IF" articles on the political candidates as to what would happen if they won and took the Presidency. Like, "What IF Ron Paul Won?" - "What if Hillary Won?" etc.. etc.. You get the point. Anyway, for those willing to venture, these would be interesting articles. Please feel free to write something up and submit it. I'll review them and post them to the site as quickly as possible.

Who will take the Republican Nomination?

Who will take the Democratic Nomination?

Two worst Canidates Win New Hampshire...hopefully it won't matter

It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that I dislike both Clinton and McCain. I don't want either one in office. I'd rather have Ron Paul in office before McCain, and much rather have Obama in office long before Clinton. I can only hope it wont matter. What do you guys think?

McCain sounds like a little kid trying win the crowd

So I watched the recent Republican Debates that happened in Manchester, NH. All I can say is that I was very un-impressed with McCain. He makes every attempt to shoot at Romney with really lame personal attacks in a joking fashion as if he's funny, and as if his point is even relevant. So many times I just wanted to yell out, "SHUT UP!!! Danget!!" He was just a bit too annoying. Every else acted professional and for the most part in an Adult fashion. They didn't all agree, but treated each other with respect. I was most impressed with Thompson, Romney, and Guiliani. Though I'm not a Huckabee fan just yet, he did ok as well and answered questions well.

Ron Paul continued to sound like a crazy, though he does make some good points about invading other countries and occupying their land. The book of mormon warns against this, and the consequences, so I can't say he's wrong. He's just a little loony in some areas. At times he really does sound like someone wearing a tin foil hat and hiding from the black government helicopters :) However, I don't think it's appropriate when McCain and Thompson laughed at him a few times (the camera would pan over to show them laughing when he was talking). They can disagree, but still be respectful.

Book of Mormon Toons Redesign

I just revamped my BoMToons.com website with a more user and browser-friendly layout as well as a commenting and rating system.

If you get a chance, check it out and let me know what you think.

For those who don't know, BoMToons is a project I started in 2004 to make flash cartoons and video games based on Book of Mormon characters and LDS culture.

Predictions for Wyoming and New Hampshire caucuses.

Write down your top three candidates for each party's nomination, and the percentage of votes you expect each of them to receive in the caucuses named above. If you'd like, put down why you feel they'll be represented as such below your predictions.

Here are my predictions:

For Wyoming:
Republicans:
McCain - 30%
Thompson - 25%
Paul - 20%

Romney, Giuliani, and Huckabee split what's left.

Democrats:
Hillary - 40%
Obama - 35%
Edwards - 25%

Nobody likes lawyers in Wyoming, which is why Edwards loses. They also had the first female governor in history, so they'd be more inclined to vote for a woman than a black man.

For New Hampshire:
Republicans:
Romney - 40%
Thompson - 25%
Paul - 17%
Giuliani, McCain, and Huckabee gather up what's left, in that order.

New Hampshire is the "Live free or die" state, and thus will be inclined to vote for the bona fide conservatives in the bunch-- Thompson and Paul. Romney's well-known and well-liked there, however, and has had a positive effect on the New Hampshire economy, so he'll take the win here.

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