Election Day for the NH primaries has come and gone. There was little sleep, non-partisan gambling (Ron Paul paid very well) and plenty of laughs at this.
But still, we felt like tangling with one last topic after the election results speeches: conservative style. So we sent a dispatch to our New England correspondent and political gadfly Daniel McCarthy to see if he could shed any light on the topic.
The media’s fast descending on New Hampshire for the Republican primary next Tuesday, and due to an unflinching sense of patriotic duty, we wanted a piece of the action. So we sent our New England correspondent Dan McCarthy into the frozen wilds to see what all the fuss was about.
The mixed returns from the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary have put all the candidates at high alert as their see-saw returns have force them to go on the offensive, pointing out each other's differences and shortcomings. Strangely, the frontrunners—no matter their location along the political spectrum have one thing in common: Nadja Auermann. Who'da thunk it?