Dear Readers: Like many of you, I will be following the South Carolina primary with much interest. I suspect that the establishment GOP tactic of crowning their preferred candidate swiftly is not going to go quite as planned. I have my theory on the root cause of the shake-up that is about to occur:
The ejection, also known as a solar flare, is due to hit earth just about the time the primary results roll in. Fabulous, as it ties into my space-oriented call for change in 2012:
As most of you know, I have no dog in this primary fight. However, I would like to point out that the ham-handed attempt to undermine the Gingrich candidacy by the elite media has garnered a whole lot of backlash. Frankly, I want the primary battles to continue — if the nominee can’t handle challenges from within his own party, then he isn’t up to the type of battle Team Obama has prepared.
I also want to highlight that the absence of reports about the standing ovation during the latest debate, when Newt called-out CNN’s debate host John King, has been noticed. Really shameful, and the reason Americans are opting to go to other sources of news.
The usual rules no longer apply, especially in the world of media. Those who think they do are living in Fantasy Land.