After Huck's Sunday sermon, they go on the offensive before Tuesday's vote. New Hampshire is not Iowa and no one expects Huck to win. But it will be interesting to see what his momentum will do for him, with a little help from his friend. He's not my candidate, yet I find the Huck phenomenon rather interesting. And I bet Huck's surge is a shocka that Fred Thompson's campaign never saw coming.
Many blog commentaries see the Republicans in disarray at this point. But I don't. Think the campaign is a real horse race now and much more interesting to follow.
Meanwhile, could the unthinkable happen? Probably not now, not yet. The Clintons aren't about to go quietly into the night. If they go at all, it'll be kicking and screaming, and later rather than sooner.
Pajamas Media has done two outstanding interviews with two of the Republican candidates. Rudy Giuliani and John McCain. I've only watched the Giuliani one completely which I liked very much and will view John MCain in its entirety, later today. Terrific, meaty interview, Claudia and Roger.