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As we look to the results in New Hampshire, I can’t help but be reminded of something:

“The Jeb[!] 2016 campaign has never made Iowa a centerpiece to winning the nomination. We have long viewed Iowa as just one of 56 contests,” it reads, adding, “The Granite State [of New Hampshire] has a much better track record in selecting the Republican nominee.”

This is clearly a case of “Sadly, No!” not being appropriate.

 

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We have long viewed Iowa as just one of 56 contest

I suspect he was counting on Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, and American Samoa to put him over the top.

 
 

The campaign insisting that 2 + 2 = 5 will obviously require an ace marketing team, a huge budget and a massive database of rubes.

Go Jeb!

Millions of us in the 2 + 2 = 4 camp are enjoying watching you spend millions proving that the name “Bush” has now been thoroughly discredited, even with the nation’s dumbest rubes!

 
 

This is clearly a case of “Sadly, No!” not being appropriate.

I disagree. Unless we want JEB! to be the GOP nominee, I think “Happily, Yes!” would be a more appropriate response … assuming that JEB! has his facts right about NH. Which he may not considering his misunderstanding of math, statistics and IA.

 
 

The fact is, what the federal goverment is doing to the partiots in Oregon is unconsciousable, it is just like Obama is Hitler

 
 

Never mind my comment above: I didn’t see the “not”. I therefore AGREE: Sadly, No! is NOT appropriate.

 
 

@gary “patriots”?

 
 

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