Robert Novak's Weekly Outlook

I found Robert Novak’s Weekly Outlook interesting:

“In the Republican presidential race, on an upswing are former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee — still is an unlikely nominee — and Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) — still in a low position. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is slipping, and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is holding even. Iowa and New Hampshire are vital for Romney. If he wins both, he probably will be nominated. If he loses both, he is surely gone. If he splits them, he is still in the ball game. McCain needs a win in New Hampshire. Giuliani may be able to survive if he loses in both and Romney does not win both. Thompson still has shown little to recommend him, but he could make a late surge in Iowa.”

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