Saturday, January 26, 2008

Then again, I could be wrong

I can't remember if I posted this publicly, but a couple of weeks ago I predicted that both major party presidential nominations could be sewn up after Super Tuesday.

Why? Because Super Tuesday is Super.

David Shribman does not concur:

This column was written before South Carolina's Democrats completed their Saturday balloting, but even if Sen. Barack Obama or Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton were to roll to victory, that won't mean that the struggle for the Democratic presidential nomination is over. Far from it.

The same goes on the Republican side, where a party that likes order and believes in the hierarchical nature of society can't bring any order or hierarchy to its nomination fight. There hasn't been a Republican nomination fight like this one since ... forever.

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